These past couple of weeks I finally got back to reading House of Earth and Blood and after finishing that book I immediately read House of Sky and Breath. So I thought it would be fun to rank all the Sarah J. Maas books I read so far. There are only 2 books I haven’t read yet, A Court of Silver Flames and Catwoman: Soulstealer. That means I have 14 books to put in my ranking. I rated all of them pretty high so let’s see how I fare in ranking them. Continue reading “Bookish Item | Ranking Sarah J. Maas Books”
So we said yesterday’s review of Empire of Storms was going to be the last review of the week, but we kind of forgot we already reviewed Tower of Dawn last year when it was released, haha. Today is the last day of our Throne of Glass week, so we decided to end it with a repost of this buddy review.
Do keep in mind that the other reviews can have spoilers for this series!
How I Met My Book isn’t a post we’ve done in awhile, but decided we would bring it back for our Throne of Glass week. We first saw this post on Early Bookish Bird‘s blog and it seemed like the perfect fit. She started #howimetmybook. How did we meet Throne of Glass?
In this post we tell the story behind our books. The following questions will be answered: Where did we get the book? Why did we pick it up? What made us pick it up in the first place?
Today we are ending our week of Throne of Glass reviews with Empire of Storms. Tower of done didn’t fit into our schedule this year, but we will eventually reread. So after today our next review will be of Kingdom of Ash later this month.
Check out our previous reviews from this week: The Assassin’s Blade, Throne of Glass, Crown of Midnight, Heir of Fire and Queen of Shadows!
WARNING: This is a reread review for us, so if you haven’t read this series, you will encounter spoilers!
We are having a lot of fun sharing our reviews of our rereads of this amazing series. You’ve already been able to read our reviews for The Assassin’s Blade, Throne of Glass, Crown of Midnight and Heir of Fire. Today it’s time for our review of Queen of Shadows!
WARNING: This is a review of our reread. If you haven’t read Throne of Glass, you will encounter spoilers in this review!
Do you ever just not know what to post about? Normally I have tons of ideas floating around my mind for these bookish items. Today I don’t have the lightbulb lighting for me. So I decide to participate in Book Beginning on Fridays. This meme was created by Rose City Reader.
The idea is to post the first sentence or so of the book you’re currently reading. After that you talk about your initial thoughts about the sentence, book or anything to do with that. I don’t know how often I will do this, but it seems like fun from time to time.
WARNING: We are continuing with our Throne of Glass week, which means if you haven’t read this series yet, you could encounter spoilers in this post!
So far you’ve been able to read our reviews for The Assassin’s Blade, Throne of Glass and Crown of Midnight. Today it’s time for Heir of Fire. Things are definitely getting really interesting in this series!
Once again WARNING: This is a reread for us, so this review contains spoilers for people who haven’t read this series yet!
Warning: This was a reread for us, so this review can have spoilers if you haven’t read this series yet!
Yesterday we posted our review of The Assassin’s Blade, so today it’s time for Throne of Glass. We have both read this book more than once, so we were excited to dive back in again. Let’s see what we thought when we were reading this book again!
Warning: For people who haven’t read this series yet, there will be spoilers!
Tomorrow is release day for Kingdom of Ash, the final installment of Throne of Glass! This blog wouldn’t even be here without this series, so it’s something special to us. All week this week we will have some type of ToG related post come online.
In April we decided to start our reread of this series and read The Assassin’s Blade. We posted our review at the end of the month, but that’s when we decided we wanted to do a theme week in October. So we are once again posting the same review to kick off release week of the last book in this amazing series!