I never will.
I never will.
every time I make a text post edit I tell myself ‘alright this one is the last’ but somehow find myself making more and more goddammit how did I get into this mess
There are many books that have paranormal characters like werewolves, vampires, zombies and everything in between and yet in most of these books, the differences between the humans and these creatures is only superficial. They are often brooding and hungry for love, misunderstood and waiting for a human to come along and ‘awaken their humanity’. This is where Written in Red differs drastically…
You’re a little hard to swallow. With your tacky romantic drama and your defender-of-the-helpless act. Only it isn’t an act, which makes you more unbearable. Please feel free to take this personally.
"Some women are lost in the fire. Some women are built from it."
Dreams of a Dark Warrior is about Regin and her ‘mate’ Aiden who is cursed to reincarnate again and again and then die just after he remembers their shared history. So this time, he is reincarnated as Declan Chase, an abhorrent human (with repressed Berserker…
Every once in a while I like to torture myself by reading books where I know I will pretty much hate the primary protagonists. So I picked up Pleasure of a Dark Prince expecting just that so I was a little surprised to find that I didn’t absolutely hate Lucia and Garreth.
As usual, PoaDP was absolutely frustrating at times and needlessly long (it could have been substantially shorter and perhaps…
I have a plan. A long term plan. (A cunning plan?)
For now, I can tell you that you won’t see much of the characters from the trilogy in the first book of The Dregs, but you’ll certainly hear about them. The action takes place after the events in Ruin and Rising, and the repercussions of the Ravkan civil war are being felt around the world.
As for later books, see above re plan.
Alina Starkov - The Grisha Trilogy