Summary: In the aftermath of the Third Poppy War, shaman and warrior Rin is on the run: haunted by the atrocity she committed to end the war, addicted to opium, and hiding from the murderous commands of her vengeful god, the fiery Phoenix. Her only reason for living is to get revenge on the … Continue reading Book Review: The Dragon Republic by R.F. Kuang #20booksofsummer
For previous posts and future FFF topics check out my Friday Favorite Five page here. Favorite Five Debut Novels Honestly, just in the last couple of year's we've seen a ton of amazing debut novels, this list is super hard to narrow down. Maybe going forward I'll do a favorite five debut novels of 'x' … Continue reading Friday Favorite Five: Debut Novels
Thanks so much to Witty and Sarcastic Bookclub for tagging me in this one! I love Fairy Tales so I had a lot of fun filling this one out. 🙂 Here are the rules: Answer as many questions as you can! Tag five fairy tale lovers. Creator of the Tag Adele of Dellybird The Questions 1 – Beauty … Continue reading The Fairy Tale Book Tag
Oooh, another Halloween themed book tag! I just couldn't resist doing this one since I love Halloween so much. Thanks to The Orangutan Librarian for tagging me in this one! Rules Answer all prompts. • Answer honestly. • Tag 1-13 people. • Link back to this post. • Remember to credit the creator. (Anthony @ … Continue reading Halloween Creatures Book Tag!
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a copy for review, this did not affect my opinion of the book in any way. So, I finished this about a week and a half ago and I had to sit and percolate on this one before gathering my thoughts to write a proper … Continue reading Book Review: The Poppy War by R.F. Kuang
This week will be a fairly slow week for me reading-wise as I'll be spending a lot of time prepping for the Fancy Tea Book Club meeting I'll be hosting on Sunday so that won't leave me with a ton of down-time. Going to whittle away at some books nonetheless! First up is The Poppy … Continue reading This Week in Reading: Poppy War, more Assassins, and Wayward Children