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May Wrap Up!


I knew I wouldn’t be reading much this month since college has been super, super busy and I have had a ton of work to do! I’ve been inundated with assignments and essays and it had left me with little to no time to read. Anything I have attempted to read has not held my interest. I have been in a slump. ugh.
I have also been having some general stress in my life trying to sort out what I want to do in life and being indecisive. It’s fair to say, it’s been a stressful month and I’m glad it’s over.

The first book I read in May was, of course, A Court of Frost and Starlight by Sarah J Maas. One of my most anticipated reads for 2018 and it was good! Wasn’t amazing or mind-blowing, but okay overall. Check out my post Thoughts about ACOFAS for some more of my thoughts!

Rating: 3 Stars


Followed by another highly anticipated release, The Burning Maze by Rick Riordan.
This wasn’t as good as I was expecting but I did still really enjoy it.
Rating: 4 Stars

The next book I finished was from my Non-Fiction TBR, Shockaholic by Carrie Fisher.
If you didn’t know by now (where have you been) I am a huge Star Wars fan and Carrie Fisher is one of my idols.
Rating: 4 Stars

Carrie Fisher
The next book I started was The Force Awakens. However, I didn’t finish and won’t be counting it in my reading goal either. You can read more about my thoughts and why I hated it in my DNF review here.
Rating: 2 Stars

The fourth and final book I finished in May was Out of the Blue by Sophie Cameron.
Rating: 4 Stars
This book finally got me out of my reading slump! Hopefully, June will be a better reading month for me!
Review: Here

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Books · Review

Thoughts On A Court of Frost and Starlight


So, since everyone ACOTAR fan, book-blogger will be reviewing ACOFAS I thought I would mix it up and instead just state a few thoughts rather than a full review. (As I’m sure you’re sick of them)

So let’s get on with my thoughts!

Why is there never enough Az?! I love him, I would’ve loved a chapter from his perspective for once. I always feel his character takes the back seat, I wish we could know more!

2) Rhysand just wants sex??
I was really looking forward to reading from Rhys’ perspective but he just thought about having sex with Feyre for the most part. I was kind of disappointed by his perspective, I really love Rhys, he’s one of my favourite characters but on the whole, he wasn’t as good as I hoped.

3) Oh my god, not another Feyre chapter!
After 3 whole books from Feyre’s perspective, it’s safe to say I’ve had enough of her.
Every time I got to another Feyre chapter I just rolled my eyes, she’s also kind of gone downhill?? She seems really pathetic in this book.

4) Nesta is the actual WORST person ever.
I have absolutely no idea how anyone likes or defends Nesta. I have hated her since ACOTAR and nothing she has done has redeemed her. She’s so unnecessarily bitchy and horrible. Terrible sister and overall shit person. I could write a whole post on hating Nesta…
I’m super anti-Nessian but this book really made me despise that ship.
Which brings me on to my next thought…

I hate with a passion that everyone ships Cassian with Nesta, he’s so sweet and lovely.
He deserves someone so much better. I know SJM is going to make Nessian canon but I will forever hate it with every fibre of my being.
On the brighter side… Cassian saying Amren looked like an angry snowball was hilarious.

Just to let you guys know, I am NOT hating on ACOFAS, I did enjoy it for the most part but it definitely wasn’t my favourite in the series. I look forward to the next book and reading from the others’ perspectives. (DYING Azriel to be a POV in the next one…)
Review on my GoodReads

Overall, I gave ACOFAS 3.5 Stars.

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