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The Bitter Kingdom - Girl of Fire and Thorns #3 - Rae Carson

This book frustrated me. I felt there was too much detail or what I call “filler” in Elise’s travels–and she traveled a lot in this book. 165 more words

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The Crown of Embers - Fire and Thorns #2 - Rae Carson

How unlucky in love can you be? Lucero-Elisa lost her husband and the man she loved in the last book.

She was the second born princess in her father’s kingdom so she was married off at the age of sixteen to King Alejandro of the not-so-near country of Joya d’Arena. 451 more words

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The Girl of Fire and Thorns - Fire and Thorns #1 - Rae Carson

It’s not often I fall in love with the heroine of a book but I couldn’t help but adore Elisa. A lot of times, author’s make the female protagonist too perfect or too confident which makes me instantly distance myself from them because I like flawed characters and perfect people bore me. 320 more words

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Hugh Likes Fiction: Star Wars: Canto Bight

Star Wars: Canto Bight
Written by: Saladin Ahmed, Rae Carson, Mira Grant, and John Jackson Miller
Published by Del Rey

The Skinny: A collection of four loosely connected novellas set in the Star Wars casino-city of Canto Bight, as briefly seen in The Last Jedi. 258 more words

Book Review: Like a River Glorious By: Rae Carson

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Like a River Glorious (sequel to Walk on Earth a Stranger)

By: Rae Carson

Story: ★★★ I thought this story was better than the first. 350 more words

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Review: "Into the Bright Unknown" by Rae Carson

Well… Okay. I don’t know what to say. I liked this series, but I don’t think I love this series. I think of the 3 books, the 2nd book, … 609 more words



I have to confess that Canto Bight was a book that I was a little uncertain about. How wrong I was. By the time I had finished its 295 pages, and the four novellas contained therein, I was astounded by how much I enjoyed it. 649 more words