Six of Crows
Genre(s) | Young Adult, Fantasy
Goodreads Rating | 4.5
Humpo Show Rating | 5 / 5
Heart-stopping…like a Grisha, and addictive…like Jurda Parem. Six of Crows is an utterly fascinating page turner, and a compulsory read for Young-Adult readers.
Six outcasts have accepted the charge of a seemingly impossible heist job that could earn them wealth beyond their wildest dreams. They have to break into a never before breached military stronghold, Ice Court, retrieve a hostage that holds a formula that could wreak mayhem on the world, and make it back to collect their reward. If that seemed improbable enough, they have to contend with enemies intent on derailing their efforts, conflict among themselves, and an ever-changing plan that leaves a lot to chance. Continue reading
#TrendThursday | Are love triangles good or bad?
This week’s #TrendThursday is about love triangles. I am going to talk about a love triangle which I am not too thrilled about (Maven-Mare-Cal) and one that I think worked out well (Gale-Katniss-Peeta). Let me know in the comments or in a post of your own the love triangles you like and the ones you hate! Continue reading
#TrendThursday | How relatable are the teenage protagonists in YA literature?
This week’s #TrendThursday will be used to talk about how relatable the 15, 16 and 17 year old protagonists that feature in Young Adult fiction. Continue reading
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Genre(s) | Fantasy, Young Adult, Dystopia, Novella
Goodreads Rating | 3.62
Humpo Rating | 3.25
*As I was in London for the past two weeks, I was unable to begin reading King’s Cage as it was delivered to my home address. So, I thought it would be best to read the novella Cruel Crown to keep in touch with the Aveyard vibes!* Continue reading