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Book Review: Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J. Maas

Greetings My Lovelies!

 

It’s Monday so that’s means that it’s time once again for me to do a book review.  Yea! So here’s how this works. I rate books on a scale of coffee cups….because I love coffee.  Also there will be no spoilers in these reviews.

 

0 cups= I hated it/couldn’t finish

1 cup= did like but finished bc I’m stubborn

2 cups= meh

3 cups= Not the best but interesting enough to finish

4 cups= I really like it.  

5 cups=OMG YOU HAVE TO READ THIS

Rating:

A solid 5 cups

 

General Overview:

The final book in the Throne of Glass series.  All hell has broken loose and way looms on the horizon.  A terrible sacrifice must be made.  A scattered army fighting against a horde from another world.  Honestly, I can’t say anymore than that or I will spoil it for people who haven’t read this book or the series.  

 

My Thoughts:

Never in my life have I been happier for libraries.  I stumbled across the first book and fell in love.  I read the whole series (at that time) at the library and then bought them for my person shelves.  If you like smart, sassy heroines then this book and series is for you.  If you love rich complex characters and men that are so perfect that it’s not fair that they only exist on the page.  Seriously, go out and get this series!  The only gripe I have is that some of the battle scenes dragged out a bit but they can’t all be nail bitters.  Small but hey, nothing is 100% perfect.

 

Reread factor:

I don’t reread this series as much as the other one the author has but I still enjoy rereading it from time to time.  It’s a marvel to see where the characters start as to where they are by the end of the most current book.  I can’t express how much I loved this book and this series as a whole.

 

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Book Review: Catwoman Soulstealer by Sarah J. Maas

Greetings My Lovelies!

 

It’s Monday so that’s means that it’s time once again for me to do a book review.  Yea! So here’s how this works. I rate books on a scale of coffee cups….because I love coffee.  Also there will be no spoilers in these reviews.

 

0 cups= I hated it/couldn’t finish

1 cup= did like but finished bc I’m stubborn

2 cups= meh

3 cups= Not the best but interesting enough to finish

4 cups= I really like it.  

5 cups=OMG YOU HAVE TO READ THIS

Rating:

4 Cups

 

General Overview:

This is the third installment of the DC Icon series.  It follows Selina Kyle as she returns to Gotham City and sets herself up as the Queen of the Underworld.  Instead of Batman, they pair her up with Luke Fox, the son of Lucius Fox, with the call sign of Batwing.  We see some old favorites like Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, and the Joker.  This story has an ending that I never saw coming.

 

My Thoughts:

As a kid I loved Catwoman.  I still do today (minus that Halley Berry film).  Catwoman lives her life by her own rules and no one else.  I also love Sarah J Maas.  I stumbled across her Throne of Glass series and instantly fell in love then I read A Court of Thorn and Roses and sold my soul to her.  So this mash up of my two favorite women was a match made in heaven.  I had no idea where the book was heading but that’s the way I like it.  I never got the impression that Selina was whole good or bad, which is true to her character.  I loved the cat and mouse between Catwoman and Batwing.  It never bothered me once that she wasn’t with Batman.  The ages wouldn’t work so hey…I also loved the Harley and Ivy dynamic.  All in all, another good read from my queen.

 

Reread factor:

This was an entertaining read.  I’ll definitely read it again at some point, but probably when I stumble across it on my shelves.

 

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