Thank you so much to Becky @ Becky’s Book Blog for tagging me in this! It’s been a while since she invited me to do this, but better late than never, right?
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I’m an Aquarius, which means I’m intelligent, quirky, open-minded, and think outside of the box. I consider myself to fit the bill.
I completely enjoyed losing myself in this book and the journey that it took me on. The characters were so intriguing, and each page felt like I was stepping further into an enchanting, new world that was so richly imagined that it felt completely real.
As a Romeo and Juliet retelling, this is basically the epitome of a tale of forbidden love that could tear a family apart. It’s a story about two people who can’t really decide if they should be enemies or lovers, and the added pressures between their warring families and the threat to their city just makes it even more amazing.
The interactions between the characters were hilarious, and I loved every minute of reading this book. Plus, the spicy scenes were so hot!
I know this firmly cements my cliched status as a basic white girl, but this book had me crying and laughing and experiencing all of the feels. After everything the characters went through in Six of Crows, it was the most bittersweet book I had read by Leigh Bardugo, but I enjoyed it so much.
I couldn’t pass up a chance to rave about Aelin’s wardrobe in this book, since she’s a total clotheshorse who loves to dress ostentatiously, and there’s all the other good stuff too, but I mostly remember the clothes (haha).
This book was so beautiful and had such a great message. I loved following along on Felix’s journey of learning more about himself and his own identity, as well as how he relates to the people around him.
I have to agree with Becky on this one. Even though it’s a fantasy novel, it just felt so realistic. The elements of gang life and family were so richly explored that I found myself viewing No Peak clan as the heroes and wanting them to overcome all the challenges life set in front of them.
I couldn’t put this book down, and the entire time that I was reading, I tried to figure out what was actually going on. As hard as I tried, I couldn’t see the plot twist coming until it hit me like a ton of bricks. But it was so good, and I can’t help but wish I could read this again for the first time.
This is such a gorgeous book that’s got so much adventure and danger and witchcraft and romance and sisterhood and everything that I love in a story. It was one of the most beautifully written books that I’ve read and I can’t wait to read more books by Alix E. Harrow.
This story is a lot of things, but at it’s core, it’s got a crew of tightly knit friends who work together as a group. I love these kinds of books because they have a found family theme and that is one of my all-time favorite tropes. Roshani Chokshi does it so well here!
A book featuring an autistic MC, a swap of typical gender roles, AND made me laugh out loud definitely meets the criteria here. Stella and Michael’s romance wasn’t the norm, but it was perfect.
This book had some of the most beautiful, lyrical writing that I’ve ever seen, combined with the most incredibly magical, fantastic world-building that I have ever read.
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