An awesome steampunk novel. It is the third book in this series (Clockwork Agents). I love how the suspense is built up over the course of the book and how neatly Cross wraps up. She leaves room for more novels; however there doesn’t have to be anymore. Cross does an excellent job at describing a [...]
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Great book, I loved how the story kept the Greek gods in their typical natures but also fit on a modern day earth. I so can’t wait to read the next book to see how Hades will have a wife and queen.
Love the plot of this book, Riordan is keeping the two camps together, however showing how well they could work together to keep the world from ending. I cannot wait for the next book, I am curious at how the Doors of Death can be closed, and who will be closed on the inside, if [...]
I enjoyed this read. Marchetta has pulled the characters and plot together again. I hope there is more to the stories of Lumatere and its neighboring nations.
Awesome sequel to Grave Mercy. LaFevers has kept with the theme, and characters from Grave Mercy. I love how LaFevers not every daughter of death has the same talents, or gifts. I cannot wait for the next book.
Loved this sequel to the False Prince. Nielsen has done a great job at keeping the characters the same, and making the plot fascinating. I can’t wait until the last book is out in this trilogy. I want to see how things play out.
This was a interesting twist to Jane Eyre. The plot and characters are captivating and unique. This retelling of Jane Eyre, is one that i thought was done very well, and I have enjoyed reading it.
The book was great. Tess had to find her way and and learn the truths meant for her. Making new friends and learning more about herself than she could have ever thought of. Carey did a great job at making the story real.
I loved this book. Nielsen did a great job at making the characters and the plot seem real. She ended it well. I so can not wait to read the second book in this trilogy.
This book is all about Briar, except now he is the teacher. This is an interesting way of seeing a character grow up, and take on the role of an adult. I love the part where Briar states that people normally does not cross mages, and he was reminding one person why at the time.