LIST OF THE WEEK: TEN HIGH FANTASY NOVELS
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March Book Photo Challenge: Day 10
Currently reading → The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black
You may or may not have read Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout. You may have been wary of the (rather ridiculous) cover and average-sounding synopsis. On the other hand, you may be one of the many people who have read it and loved it. I’m in the latter group. Not only is the story unique while defying many cliche tropes; Armentrout has written one of the most extraordinarily relatable female protagonists yet.
Knowledge is knowing that Frankenstein is not the monster.
Wisdom is knowing that Frankenstein is the monster.
Meet Bianca, brought to life by Mae Whitman! We can’t wait to see her in the movie adaptation of kodykeplinger's The Duff.
You tell me I’m beautiful, and that you like my hair and you like my smile. You rest your leg against mine in darkened theaters, and then you act as if nothing happened when the lights go up. You slept in my bed for three nights straight, and then you just… blew me off for the next month. What am I supposed to do with that, St. Clair? You said on my birthday that you were afraid of being alone, but I’ve been here this whole time. This whole time. - Anna and the French Kiss