The story of two alternative realities is told by a mysterious being. Both stories feature the youngest daughter of the leader of an underground city. The book switches between “the better place” and the place “without” him.
Nightbooks by J.A. White is about a boy named Alex who got captured by a witch and her magical apartment. Alex’s only way of survival is to write scary stories and read them to the witch every night
Spellbound is a book about a girl named Rose that was cursed to be traped in a greenhouse for her whole life. Untill she felt that she couldn’t stay there anymore and escaped (or should I say tried). This is when she met a young man, Gabriel, that is bound on helping her, no matter what.
Oro by Suyltan Muhammad is about a beautiful country, Oro, that was destroyed by war. The book features a ruthless ruler, The Avidon, that would do anything in his power to rise even higher. The Avidon is prepared to kill thousands and to use innocent children to get what he wants. For him to beContinue reading “Review of Oro, Rise Of The Fallen by Suyltan Muhammad (book one)”
The Tailor by Leigh Bardugo gives us a peak into the life of Genya in Shadow and Bone from the series The Grisha. The book shows us why she betrayed Alina and how she felt about it. We see what her life is like and this I think helps us understand why and how everythingContinue reading “Review of The Tailor by Leigh Bardugo”
The Demon in the Wood is the prequel of the series The Grisha. It features The Darkling as a child and it basically shows us what his life was like and it also gives us an idea why he turned out to be the man that he did. In this book the writer shows usContinue reading “Review of The Demon in the Wood by Leigh Bardugo”
Warning, this review might contain spoilers for the previous books in the series. Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo is the third and last book in the series of The Grisha. I might almost say it’s the best book in the series, but I love them all. In Ruin an Rising, Alina transforms into someoneContinue reading “Review of Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo”
Alina’s power was discovered really late in her life and when it was she was taken away immediately by The Darkling to keep her safe from surrounding countries who might want to kill her. The Darkling is bound on finding a way to amplify Alina’s powers, but why? Why does care so much?