OMG OMG OMG *hyperventilating* IT’S HERE IT’S FINALLY HERE THE MOMENT WE’VE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR AHSGDHDDHBNSB The cover of Sarah J Maas’ A Court of Wings and Ruin!!! HOW BEAUTIFUL IS IT???!!! It’s magical omg especially the US version, it’s definitely my favourite! I adore Feyre’s High Lady dress (and the sword!!!) and did … More A Court of Wings and Ruin Cover Reveal!!!
CAULDRON BOIL ME IT’S HERE! IT’S FINALLY HERE! THE TITLE OF SARAH J MAAS’ THIRD ACOTAR BOOK! Drum rolls please 1… 2… 3… Here it is! Similarly to last year, Bloomsbury and Sarah J Maas announced the initials ACOWAR and asked us to guess the title and unlike last year, when I was clueless, these two … More A Court of Thorns and Roses #3 title reveal!
In the light of all the drama surrounding Sarah J Maas lately, I want to say a few words. Whatever happens in the Throne of Glass series’ upcoming books, I will always support Sarah. Even if I have a lot of issues with the way TOG seems to be heading, I’ll continue to read the … More In which I rant about the current hate towards Sarah J Maas and diversity (or lack of)
Hello my fellow bookworms! Regarding my last post, I’ve digged a little bit and found out new information! So I decided to share it with you all 🙂 The 6 new addictions to the ACOTAR series are: A colouring book (released in 2017) 2 novellas that will tell the story of several characters both before … More Update on Sarah J Maas’ bookish announcement!
OOOOHHHH MYYY GODDDD!!!!!! Okay. Deep breaths. I’m gonna calm down now. Or try to anyway. Are you ready for the big news?!?! Because I couldn’t wait to share it with you! I literally jumped from the couch as soon as I read the article! Sarah J Maas has announced that she will be adding more … More Sarah J Maas Bookish Announcement!
A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas A Court of Thorns and Roses #1 416 pages Finished in June 5th 2015 5 stars Sarah J. Maas became my favorite author since I read Throne of Glass so naturally, I was excited to read ACOTAR and I’m extremely glad to say that it did not … More Review: A Court of Thorns and Roses