The war is over, for now, and Feyre and her inner circle have settled into a general sense of ease. That is, except for Nesta who continues to grapple with the horrors she faced in the war. She struggles to find a place for herself in the Fae world, a world the Cauldron forced her to join.
On Imperial Island Lin, daughter of the Emperor, can’t remember her childhood memories. Without her memories she can’t be her father’s heir. She also isn’t allowed to continue learning the art of bone shard magic, which has helped protect the Phoenix Empire for over a century.
Well, it’s almost the end of July. So what better time to share the final segment of my second quarter book haul? Previously I wrote about which used books and new books I acquired from April to June of 2021. In this book haul post I focus on the e-books I purchased during this time period.
It’s 1893, a time when witches have all but disappeared. All that remains from the ashes of the old witching days are a handful of charms passed down from mother to daughter. It’s a time when women are considered sinful by nature and fathers and husbands determine their fate.
Last week I shared which used books I picked up from April to May of 2021. Now it’s time for part two of three where I share which brand new books I acquired. I hope this list inspires you to check out one or more of these books!
Here we are again, another quarter of 2021 down! I am shocked at how quickly these last three months seemed to fly by. I’m equally as surprised at how many books I purchased this quarter. The book community is such a good influence on my book buying habit.
Hybern and his legions have been defeated. The wall is no more and both fae and humans alike are learning to navigate this new way of living. In a post-war world, Feyre, Rhysand, and their inner circle are rebuilding the Night Court, maintaining new alliances, and remaining alert for whispers of discontentment.
Vengeance and love are strong motivators. After Tamlin’s betrayal in Hybern, Feyre returns to the Spring Court to play a game of hide and deceit in plain sight. There she spins Tamlin’s character traits and feelings to her advantage, patiently working to gather information on his plans with Hybern.
First Lines Fridays is a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by Wandering Words. What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author or its prestige, we judged it by its opening lines? The rules are as follows: Pick a book off your shelf (it could be your current read or on your TBR) […]
After the Darkling’s surprise attack at Os Alta, Alina awakes to a life underground in the White Chapel. She barely survived her attempt to defeat the Darkling. Her Grisha army is in shambles. And she’s stuck underground under the protection of her fervent followers and the Apparat.