Release Date: 15 May 2019 Publisher: Hot Key Books Genre: Fantasy, YA, Retellings Page Count: 352 Goodreads Page Rating: ★★★★☆
“Who set us against each other, Ella? she wondered. Was it those men? Was it Maman? Or was it the whole heartless world?”
retelling of Cinderella has been a joy to read. The chapters are fairly short
and keep you moving along, although I did find it a little slower in the first
half I loved the second half of the book.
Thank you to Bookish Kimberly who tagged me in this a few days ago (better late then never eh? haha).
I love a good book quote, so its great to share some of my favourites with you now! It’s just hard to choose which ones… I’m starting with what is possibly my most favourite series and author – The Doors of Stone cannot come soon enough for me, but I respect Rothfuss needs some space before that can happen.
Thank you to jenacidebybibliophile for nominating me for the Sunshine Blogger Award! You should definitely check out her blog, it has lots of lovely bookish things!
I’m pretty new here and I’d never heard of this, but it is such a lovely idea – I’m not great at putting myself out there in a more personal sense, so questions are always a good way to get to know me.
What is the Sunshine Blogger Award?
The Sunshine Blogger
Award is given to those who are creative, positive, and inspiring, while
spreading sunshine to the blogging community.
Release Date: 05 Mar 2019 Publisher: The Mage's Lantern LLC Genre: Fantasy, Horror, YA Page Count: 321 Goodreads Page Rating: ★★★☆☆
I received this book for free from NetGalley for an open and honest review.
“It seems Elisse has brought a hurricane in tow. Since he set foot here, the icy breath of the sea has begun to blow over the great sorceress New Orleans. Spits of rain threaten to conjure a storm, as if the boy, more than a human, were a dark omen of what awaits this land blessed by spirits.”