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Angelfire by Courtney Allison Moulton


The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater 44cp  +Review 20cp = 88cp

Ok, first off I love this series.  With that said, I am not really sure how I feel about this book.  There are trumps and tragedies throughout the book. I was expecting some of the things to happen but not all of these.  I also expected character growth but I wasn’t really expecting the one with the most growth to be Adam.  He was the one that I thought most broken but he was the one who grew the most as a person.
Ronan I felt grew but I think he just grew up. He just became more of what he already was.  He became more caring, more responsible and more sincere.  I think he just figured out who he was and what he wanted.  Although that is what is supposed to happen when you grow up or at least that is what should happen.
I still am not sure way Henry was introduced other than to lighten the mood a little.  I did enjoy him as a character but I don’t really see that he was needed.  I get what Maggie was doing because he gave a different perspective.  He didn’t have the same bonds that the others had.  He was able to detach himself from the group and get them to see things in a different light.
I felt we got a little ripped off when it came to Blue.  In this book we didn’t get a lot of time with her.   I felt that she was a side character for most of this book.  I kept want more from her and Gansey.   Henry had more time on the page as far as I could tell.  I could be wrong but that is just how it seemed to me.
Gansey was as always the noble knight/king.  I am just as much in love with him as I was since the first book.  He is still as driven and selfless as he was from the very start of the series.  He is going on the top of my book crushes list.
Noah is a sad case.  Since the beginning of this series I have felt so bad for this boy.   The way his life was cut short and then to see how things were turning out for him just made me so sad.  I still am not sure if its Noah’s sacrifice or Caves Waters that was the reason why things worked out the way they did.  I may have to reread that part to understand.
The book was great but I feel a little let down by it.  I expected more to the ending or maybe just more explanation.   I do plan to reread this story in the future and maybe marathoning them will give me a little more insight that I am missing right now.


                    Illuminae by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff


 An Ember In The Ashes by Saab Tahir


Winter by Marissa Meyer   

Marsh Badge (Fantasy/Supernatural)

Between the Spark and the Burn by April Genevieve Tucholke 


Heart of Betrayal by Mary E. Pearson 47cp + Review 20cp=87cp

Let me start out by saying the book was absolutely amazing.  For a sequel you can’t get much better than this. The action, romance, and mystery was even better in this book.  There was a lot of answers but even those answers still left a lot of question.
Also, that ending, OMG!  I was so floored on how this ended.  I am not a crier but I did get a little misty eyed.  I can’t believe how much action was packed into that last chapter then to leave us hanging like that at the end is just cruel.  I love how Pearson is able to keep you on the edge of you seat with all the suspense and tension through out the book.  Even though you know what every one is thinking because it is written  in multiple perspectives you still never know what the characters are going to do.  The author writes this in such away that because nobody really trusts each other they tend to be very secretive with each. Which causes some major issues to occur. Then one thing starts to build off another until our characters are in really deep and trying to navigate a way out. Sometimes I just want to scream at them and tell the not to do this or to do something  which can make a big difference for them.  So being able to see everyone’s thoughts can sometimes put the reader in a very frustrated state.  Which, I was in throughout most of this book but it was in a good way.
I am very much looking forward to reading the final book in this series very soon!  I don’t think I can stand waiting after that cliff hanger(these are my inner ramblings right now)! I may have to run out today and get me my copy because this wait might just be the end of me!!!


The Last Star by Rich Yancey 33cp+ Review 20 =73cp

I read this book but I am not sure how I feel about it.  I really enjoyed the first two books a lot but this one I know there were part that were amazing.  Then there were parts that just took for ever to get through.  I am also not a fan of Ringer at all and again there was just too much of her for me. Although she was written better than Cassie in this book.  Cassie was just so different in this book that I almost couldn’t stand her but towards the end she redeemed herself in my eyes.  As always I enjoyed Sam and Ben.  Sam of course was a scene stealer.  He is just so adorable and when Cassie says everything is about him and Megan my heart just broke.  Even though all those things made this book amazing there were things that so brought it down for me.  So, I am going to have to think on this before I can give it a fair rating.


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