i felt so empty (?) right after finishing this book. mostly because of the epilogue, which kills me everytime i read it.
i have reviews for both clockwork angel (click here to read) and clockwork prince (click here to read). you might want to read those first if you know nothing about this trilogy because this review might be a little spoiler-y??
www wednesday is a weekly book meme hosted by Taking On a World of Words.
this past week has been a great, in terms of reading. i actually almost forgot to write this post but i’m glad i remembered because now i can spill what i’m feeling hahaha. too much emotions ahhh.
down the tbr hole is a book meme was created by Lia @ Lost In A Story
how it works:
- Go to your goodreads to-read shelf.
- Order on ascending date added.
- Take the first 5 (or 10 (or even more!) if you’re feeling adventurous) books. Of course, if you do this weekly, you start where you left off the last time.
- Read the synopses of the books
- Decide: keep it or should it go?
i recently started using goodreads again after abandoning in for months hahaha. i realised that i have so many books in my tbr list, and i think i’m not even interested in some of them anymore (lol). so i’m gonna do this and hopefully get rid of some of the books. or i’ll probably just end up keeping everything haha.
i have to say, i think i enjoyed this more than clockwork angel (which was also fantastic!).
clockwork prince by cassandra clare
published by: simon & schuster, margaret k. mcelderry on 6 december 2011
genres: fantasy, young adult, romance, paranormal, steampunk
this tag was floating around recently and it looked interesting so i thought i’d give this a shot hahaha even though no one tagged me.
i realised—while scrolling through goodreads to see what books i’ve read this year—that i’ve actually reread quite a number of books rather than read books i haven’t already read. and yet i still ask myself why i have so many books in my tbr pile *smh*.
so, my answers will inevitably include books i’ve reread this year. but i’ll try my best to also include new books i’ve read 🙂 let’s just move on to the tag because i’m sure no one wants to read my ramblings haha.
www wednesday is a weekly book meme hosted by Taking On a World of Words. i’m not sure if i’ll be doing this weekly, but i thought it would be good way to kind of keep track on what i’m reading.
i finally read falling kingdoms after it being in my bookshelf for almost a year.
falling kingdoms by morgan rhodes
published by: razorbill on 11 december 2012
genres: young adult, fantasy, magic, high fantasy
in which i rave non-stop about books that i love because that is literally the main point of this post. and also a ton of lists because no one wants to read paragraphs of words lol.
disclaimer: this list does not cover all the books i adore because that would take me forever to write and take you forever to read. so i’m just going to (try to) pick those that i absolutely adore and would defend them no matter what!!
also, i know everyone has different opinions on these books and i completely respect that. now onto the books!
p.s. they are in no particular order because i simply love them all and its to hard to number them (like why would you do that?).
this is honestly one of my favourite series ever!! and did i mention? i LOVE will herondale (and most of the characters too, but still)
clockwork angel by cassandra clare
published by: simon & schuster, margaret k. mcelderry on 31 august 2010
genres: young adult, fantasy, paranormal, steampunk, romance
here’s another book tag because
i have nothing to post they’re fun to do. i’m not sure who created this tag, so if you do know the original creator, let me know in the comments!! also, comment below some other book tags i could do hehe. p.s. no one tagged me as usual hahaha