(21) Something Rotten // Bookish Blurb

Image result for Something Rotten by Jasper FfordeSomething Rotten by Jasper Fforde

This is the fourth and final book in the original Thursday Next series. See my review of the first book here. This book takes place two years after the last one and Thursday has decided to leave the book world and return to the ‘real’ world and try and get her husband back while (as always) stopping the world from destruction. Continue reading “(21) Something Rotten // Bookish Blurb”

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(20) The Well of Lost Plots // Bookish Blurb

Image result for The well of lost plots by Jasper FfordeThe Well of Lost Plots by Jasper Fforde

This is the third book in the Thursday Next series (see my thoughts on book one here) and in this book Thursday is taking refuge in a book (quite literally) to escape from all the people trying to kill or use her (see book two).

Like the other books, a lot of different things happen in this book. The most interesting (in my mind) was her continued struggles with her memory and her husband. I don’t know what more to say without spoilers but that was probably my favorite aspect of this book. Continue reading “(20) The Well of Lost Plots // Bookish Blurb”

(19) Lost in a Good Book // Bookish Blurb

Image result for lost in a good bookLost in a Good Book by Lasper Fforde

This is the second book in the Thursday Next series (the first being The Eyre Affair). I loved the first one so much I was excited to pick up this one. I think my expectations were a bit too high but I still enjoyed this book overall. Again there was a general confusion most of the way through the book since nothing is ever explained. Unlike the first book where I felt like I understood most of the stuff (since I have read Jane Eyre), this book made me realize just how many ‘classics’ I haven’t read. That didn’t necessarily detract from the book but it did make me feel like I was missing out on stuff.

The premise of this book is that Thursday’s husband is erased from history and in order to get him back, Thursday has to get the guy out of the book that they trapped him in in the first book. This involves Thursday having to learn how to get into books without her uncle’s invention and with the help of other book characters. Continue reading “(19) Lost in a Good Book // Bookish Blurb”

(18) Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone // Bookish Blurb

Related imageHarry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K Rowling

My parents recently gave me all the Harry Potter books so I decided to reread them. It’s been quite a while since I read them so I started (where most people start) at the beginning.

This book is mostly about Harry Potter learning that’s he’s a wizard and getting acquainted with Hogwarts. There is also a plot all about the sorcerer’s stone but that is almost secondary in this book. I always liked this book because of how much the Dursleys (the people Harry are raised with) are present in it. I know we are supposed to hate them but part of me is very fascinated by them. Continue reading “(18) Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone // Bookish Blurb”

(17) Immortal Reign // Bookish Blurb

Image result for immortal reignImmortal Reign by Morgan Rhodes

This is (I’m pretty sure) the last book in the Falling Kingdoms series. In it we follow our characters as the Kindred try to finish the ceremony that was interrupted last time and allow them to reach their full potential and destroy the world. Because, you know, when you’re an immortal force you kinda don’t like humans (apparently). Continue reading “(17) Immortal Reign // Bookish Blurb”

(10) A Wizard of Earthsee // Bookish Blurb

Related imageA Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K LeGuin

I heard about this book because the author recently died and apparently lots of people liked her books and I had never read any of them. I decided to go with the ya fantasy series since that seemed a bit more up my alley than some of her other works.

This book is about a boy with magical powers who accidentally creates a major problem and then has to fix it. It’s very much┬áthe first book in a series with a lot of character development and not a ton of plot. It’s also written in a very interesting style without a lot of dialogue and to some extend it does feel like epic fantasy. At times I definitely forgot that the characters were supposed to be young. Continue reading “(10) A Wizard of Earthsee // Bookish Blurb”

(56) Crystal Storm//Bookish Blurb

Crystal Storm by Morgan Rhodes

This is the fifth book in the Falling Kingdoms series and I’m finding it harder and harder to explain these books. In this book Amara tries to take over the world, Jonas has no idea what he’s going, Lucia tries to right her wrongs and Magnus and Cleo alternate between fighting and making out. Continue reading “(56) Crystal Storm//Bookish Blurb”