…and usually has thoughts about them.
This series is picking up momentum with a looming Final Fantasy-esque existential threat from the moon.
I liked this book much more than the other N.K. Jemisin series I tried, but I still wasn’t convinced until the big narrative twist.
An ultimately skippable Christmas episode of a book whose main utility is resetting the stakes for the next installment.
Thoroughly original, deeply funny, and surprisingly moving.
Still reading and complaining about Sarah J. Maas.
For some reason I bought the second A Court of Thorns and Roses book after hating the first.
Beauty and the Beast meets Saw meets Twilight meets entirely too many em dashes.
A rich tapestry of stories that is hampered by eye-rolling representation of women.
This series has expertly constructed plot, complex characters, and a giant armored bear. And it made me cry at least 3 times.
A tale with a classic theme told like a folk legend, but not my favorite Le Guin.
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