I gave A Curse So Dark and Lonely all five stars because the book played like a movie in your head. It was a quick read, despite its size, and the plot was unpredictable (in my opinion). The romance was slow-burn… very slow-burn.
I gave All the Stars and Teeth 5 stars. 5-Star reviews are difficult to achieve from me, but Adalyn Grace deserves it with this one. I loved the different magics and seeing them in action. I loved what Adalyn did with mermaids, whom was one of my favorite characters. I loved the twisted plot line. It was an awesome read.
Overall, I definitely think Scavenge the Stars is worth a read. It’s a powerful blend of “high-stakes adventure, romance, dueling identifies, and breathtaking betrayals” (dust jacket description), tied together by unpredictable plot twists that’ll keep you up at night. Scavenge the Stars is a book hangover type of read. Be prepared.
Welcome to the Literary Lineup for February 2020! Each month, I compile list of young adult books scheduled to release. This month, we have The Queen’s Assassin, All the Stars and Teeth, The Gravity of Us, Of Curses and Kisses, The Sound of Stars, and Red Hood.
Guinevere is the queen-not-queen and is a magic wielder in a kingdom where magic is forbidden: Camelot. In this King Arthurian retelling, White digs into what it means to be Merlin’s daughter and save the king from the Dark Queen by going undercover and becoming King Arthur’s queen. This is a tale full of magic, deceit, and medieval mischief.