Guess who finally finished QOAAD?? I'm so happy with how this book ended. It really carried alot of the original overall feeling that The Mortal Instruments series had and I absolutely adored it.
I wrote a completely spoiler free review because I know this book is still so new to so many and it was a challenge! I think I did good though.
Can't wait to see what's next for the Shadowhunter world!
Happy Tuesday! I finally finished Queen of Air and Darkness last Sunday, on 18th day and for the record it's 900++ pages long. I'm happy I could stop bringing the beastly book everywhere 🤣
In my opinion, Queen is the best book in the series and even tho I'm getting slightly bored with Shadowhunters world after Lord of Shadows (finished after more than a month), Queen gives me spirit to read more. I even looked up and found more extras and excerpts in @cassieclare1 website. Go, me!
However it's ending makes me sad and depressed. I read a good book right after and gonna review it soon.
And while talking about beastly book, what is the longest book you've read so far?
Mine, perhaps A Dance with Dragon.
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I thought I would use this readathon as a perfect excuse to catch up on the last 2018 releases that I didn’t get to during a terrible reading slump! Can’t wait!
Why do I literally never post Malec stuff??? What’s wrong with me??- Artist: @lemoncielart
4 1,5175 March, 2019
It's March already! I did not finish a single book in February! I did start a few ones though, and read a few random chapters of books I'm in the middle of. Reading is going great this year 😂 Buuuut a few days ago I started Queen of Air and Darkness and I'm already almost halfway through it which is pretty impressive since this book is HUGE and I'm currently a slow, unfocused reader 😂 I just love coming back to the Shadowhunter universe. I read City of Bones and City of Ashes when they first came out in swedish in 2013 and I've been sticking with this world ever since. I know some people think Cassandra Clare is milking this franchise, but honestly I love it more and more with every book and I'm not complaining at all. She's way better at expanding her universe than... certain... other... writers... *cough* J.K. Rowling *cough*. So I'm enjoying my current read A LOT and I'm having such a good time with this book (even though it's sad and the real world parallels are frustrating to say the least) ❤️ Tell me about your current reads, or your (spoiler free) thoughts about this book if you've read it!