Tag: faeries

Fae Friday – Winter Court

Here’s the rules: Today’s topic is the Winter Court: it’s known to be dark, chilling, and sensible. They’re the faerie representation of winter, and I actually helped to create today’s prompt, which is: what book left you feeling the winter chill? I’ve read a bunch of books that […]

Fae Friday – Changelings

Here’s the rules: Faeries were often accused of taking children and leaving changelings in their place. Today’s post is about bookish changelings — a book that you picked up that wasn’t at all what you thought it would be. I recently read The Enchanted by Rene Denfeld. It […]

The Lost Sisters

The Lost Sisters by Holly Black is a short novella between The Cruel Prince and The Wicked King. It’s interesting, because much like the quick story at the end of The Cruel Prince, it gives you a glimpse of the story from a completely different angle. SPOILER ALERT: […]

A Court Of Wings And Ruin

In A Court of Wings and Ruin, Sarah J. Maas has ratcheted up the tension that has been simmering in the first two books in this series. Just a heads up – if you haven’t read the first two books, you’re going to want to skip this review. […]

The Queen Of Nothing

The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black was just released yesterday, and all I can say is WHOA. I read the entire book in a single sitting, and I regret NOTHING! If you haven’t read this trilogy (see my reviews for previous books The Cruel Prince and The […]

The Cruel Prince

The Cruel Prince by Holly Black can best be summed up by a quote directly from the book: “it’s exhilarating and terrifying, like so much of Faerie.” I read this book from start to finish with my heart racing and my palms sweating, not knowing what to expect. […]