Title: The Wise Man's Fear Author: Patrick Rothfuss Release: March 1, 2011 Publisher: DAW Books Page: 994 pages Rating: Synopsis: “There are three things all wise men fear: the sea in storm, a night with no moon, and the anger of a gentle man.” My name is Kvothe. I have stolen princesses back from sleeping… Continue reading The Wise Man’s Fear Review
Title: Dawn Study Author: Maria V. Snyder Release Date: January 31, 2017 Publisher: MIRA Page Number: 478 Ratings: Overall Thoughts: After a month and a half of dragging my feet, I finally finished Dawn Study!!! It was a GREAT conclusion, this saga all began with Poison Study and now almost ten years, 3 series and nine… Continue reading Dawn Study Review
Title: A Conjuring of Light (Shades of Magic #3) Author: V.E. Schwab Release Date: February 21, 2017 Publisher: Tor Books Page Number: 624 pages Overall Thoughts: A Conjuring of Light is hands down the best conclusion to a trilogy I have ever read. It was funny, heartbreaking, and had me on the edge of my… Continue reading A Conjuring of Light
Title: A Gathering of Shadows Author: V.E Schwab Release Date: February 23, 2016 Publisher: Tor Books Page Count: 509 Rating: Overall thoughts: I have no words to express just how amazing this book was. I loved Lila in the first book and Kell as well, and I fell in love with them a hundreds time… Continue reading A Gathering of Shadows Review
I never really decide the books I’m gonna read in advance, since I usually read whatever I’m in the mood for. But this year is going to be super stressful, so I’m gonna try to set a few reading goals ahead of time so I can actually read and hopefully finish some books. So here are the books I want to try and get to this month.
Title: The Name of the Wind Author: Patrick Rothfuss Release Date: March 27, 2007 5_stars-svg There are very few books, that have caused to me to become obsessed with them from the first couple pages or have me so completely enraptured in the story that I literally cannot put the book down or else it will cause me pain. I am happy to say that The Name of the Wind by the brilliant Patrick Rothfuss is one such book. The story is hands down a masterpiece of writing and an amazing fantasy story. I would give it a hundred stars if I could but sadly 5 is the limit.
The year is coming to an end and today is the winter solstice. I thought a fun way to commemorate this auspicious occasion would be to recommend some short reads since it's the shortest day of the year.