This is a very fast paced book, but it’s refreshing. Although the premise sounds ‘typical’ it’s written in such a perspective that ALL of this is new, and it’s beautiful – let alone the multi-billionaire estate we all wish we had!
A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire has beaten it’s way to the top of my all time favourites list. Quite literally, it’s vanquished every other series I might have read, and now they can only gaze upon their new Royalty.
If you’re asking ‘Should I read this book’ the answer is ‘absolutely hell yes’, unless you hate: badass girls who’ve been wronged, lust-love-hate-lust-hate-love-hate relationships, and, creative worlds with blood, betrayal and magic. Fair warning – you will NOT be able to put this book down.
Review of Flames of Chaos by Amelia Hutchins: The idea sounded perfect… the plotline had prospect… the characters were interesting… but it was so poorly executed.
This book made me angry, frustrated – seething, it made me hurt, made me laugh, made me fall in love. This is my book review of Siege and Storm
Honestly, the book itself was brilliant… Bardugo has such a way with words, there is truly no equal in her territory. The writing was perfect as ever, engaging and authentic world building, beautiful descriptions, wonderful characters that jump off the page. Charismatic, heartfelt, raw.
Typical… but don’t be deceived, there is far more to this story than meets the eye – and every time you think you know where the plotline is going, it throws a grenade in the mix and things (sometimes literally) blow holes in your world. This is no typical adventure or romance story – it’s something else entirely.
Of all the things to do in japan, Arashiyama Monkey Park is one of my most recommended. Get up close and personal while feeding the monkeys at Arashiyama, one of the great experiences in Japan.
Let’s go back in time. It’s 2012. A 16 year old me gives birth to a tiny 6lb13oz you. She thinks she has it all figured out, but she has no idea what she’s doing. This journey has been a rollercoaster adventure, through different homes, friends come and gone. Toys and furniture come and go. …