We have made it!!! The last book in this epic series and was it a journey or what?! Not to mention just the journey in length, 2,176 pages later, nice. Now I say “we” because I like to think by the third book in a series you haven’t looked up reviews before reading it and only see them after you have finished. But if you haven’t finished the series yet, what are you waiting for? This series is so so good! I gave this last book 4/5 stars and I will hold this series close to my heart for a while I am sure.
Diving back into this world with the longest book in the series. Holy moly 777 pages, wowie. I don’t have too much to review for this one as its the second in the series and I think it suffers a bit from middle book syndrome or whatever you may want to call it. I rated this book 3.5/5 stars!
The Lucky Ones by Tiffany Reisz is weird in a way that makes you unable to look away, it draws you in and before you know it you’ve devoured this dark tale in one sitting. With definite “Flowers in the Attic” vibes this book will grab you from page one and make you question what is right and what is wrong all the way until the very end. I rate this unique story 3.5/5 stars!
I have always been a bit hesitant to get into an epic fantasy, whether its because the books are so big, the story a little too involved, who knows. But I finally picked up The Final Empire, book one in the Mistborn series, and gave it a go and by golly I am so happy I am finally reading this series. Long and a bit slow at times, the writing and world more than make up for any slow moments, and the characters are all simply amazing. 4.5 stars from me!
This book, wow, I finished over a week ago and yet I couldn’t get myself to write a review right away. It still brings tears to my eyes and tugs on my heartstrings. I almost don’t know how to review this because any review I write will be insufficient. This story is powerful, emotional, and important. Characters written only the way Backman can write them, a story line that draws you in slowly and impacts you for long after, and an author that is nothing short of inspiring. Another favorite book has been added to my shelf, 5 whole beautiful stars.
“You might be playing with bears. But that doesn’t mean you have to forget that you are a lion.”
Tom Malmquist writes a heartbreaking fictional story based on what he experienced in his own personal life. The grief he deals with is profound and what he has to go through in the wake of that grief is almost unbearable. A touching story with insights into the Swedish culture, though the writing was not my favorite, I rated this book 3 stars.
Following four best friends over the course of many years, this book explores hard topics such as abuse, miscarriages, and betrayal, but even more importantly tells the story of love, friendship, and family. I give this genuine story of friendship standing the test of time 4 out of 5 stars!