Tag Archives: Young Adult

Is Leigh Bardugo’s King of Scars also moi tsar?

And so it ends… I have officially read all the novels within Grishaverse. And I dare to say that it has been one the most amazing journeys I’ve taken. So much has happened! Let’s recap. A month ago I decided … Continue reading

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Is there enough mischief in Leigh Bardugo’s Crooked Kingdom?

A few moments ago I read the last page of Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo. How dare she…? Such a sadist. I’m done falling in love with her writing. Now I’m just falling into the abyss. This was the kiss … Continue reading

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Has Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows stolen my breath away?

Leigh Bardugo is a villain. I will shortly explain why. If you are just now joining me on my little one-woman journey reading Grishaverse, welcome! So, a week ago I decided to read all of Leigh Bardugo’s Grishaverse books. My … Continue reading

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Did Leigh Bardugo’s Ruin and Rising just break my heart?

Maybe there are no words at the moment for me to explain the emotions I’m feeling right now. Because I can’t seem to find them. When I started this ‘Grishaverse reading project’, honestly, I didn’t expect to be affected in … Continue reading

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Am I falling in love because of Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo?!

Hello stranger! If you are just joining me on my journey in rediscovering YA fantasy, I suggest you check out my review/essay on Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo where I explain everything. I have arrived at the second milestone … Continue reading

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How did Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo reintroduce me to YA fantasy?

This quarantine has really turned everything upside down. It even made my posh, I-only-read-adult-fiction ass, read young adult fantasy. I know… I’ve gone mad. What is happening to me? Well, it’s good you asked… Because, we all know by now, … Continue reading

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Patrick Ness – A Monster Calls | Review

A Monster Calls is a beautiful, heart-breaking story about a boy whose mother is seriously ill. Patrick Ness leads us through the last few weeks of life that his mother shares with Conor. He has a really hard time dealing … Continue reading

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