BookTube: Rip it or Ship it: Harry Potter Edition Ft. Tiffany from About to Read

During BEA last week, Tiffany and I were able to coordinate our schedules and film collaboration videos for each of our channels!  One that I’ve always wanted to do is the Rip it or Ship it Tag because I love theorizing about characters who aren’t together in canon.  I thought it would be fun to add a twist to the tag and only use Harry Potter characters so that’s what we did. We ended up with some really awful couples and a couple that we could actually see working.  We also filmed a Cinderella recommendations video for Tiffany’s channel which you should check out!

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Tea & Book Chat: A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas (A Court of Thorns and Roses #2)

**Warning! If you haven’t read A Court of Thorns and Roses which is the first book in the trilogy by Sarah J. Maas, there will be spoilers ahead.  You can read my review of the first book instead if you haven’t started the series yet!**

A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas is the second book in the A Court of Thorns and Roses trilogy and it was my most anticipated read of 2016.  I can also confidently state that it will be my favorite book of the year (despite the fact that it’s only May and we still have 7 more months of reading to go – The Raven King is a very close second).  I know that most people seem to either love or hate SJM and these books but I fall on the former side.  I didn’t think I could possibly love one of her books more than I loved ACOTAR but alas, A Court of Mist and Fury proved me very wrong.  The number of emotions I felt so intensely while reading this book left me one of the biggest book hangovers I’ve ever experienced (to the point where it’s been a week and I am still not finished with the book I picked up next which should’ve taken 2-3 days to complete).  Everything in A Court of Mist and Fury shifts and the love interest I was rooting for becomes the main character I felt he was destined to be so to simply say I loved it is something of an understatement.

A Court of Mist and Fury picks up after the events that occurred Under the Mountain with a very broken Feyre existing alongside Tamlin in his Spring Court.  It’s clear that the traumatic experience effected everyone in a different way and I loved that Feyre did not just completely revert back to normal.  As a result of her time being tortured by Aramantha, Feyre evolves into a much stronger character than we see in the first book.  She is no longer willing to be controlled and caged by Tamiln despite his promise of protection.  I had picked up on hints of this behavior while reading ACOTAR and I have been solidly on Team Rhys since the ending so this book was pretty much everything to me.  (please note, ACOMAF includes some of the steamiest scenes I’ve ever read and they are so so perfect)  I have to say that I was not expecting to fall in love with all of the members in Rhysand’s court but I could not imagine a better band of characters.  Their group dynamic is something I live for in books and I wish I could sign up to be part of their team.  One character disappointment is the path the Lucien ended up on.  He saw everything that was happening to Feyre and all of the signs that she was unwell and unhappy and chose to ignore them.  He has a lot to make up for in book three.  We also get to see more of Feyre’s human sisters which was a pleasant surprise.

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Now for the worldbuilding! We spend the majority of A Court of Mist and Fury in the Night Court and it sounds incredibly breathtaking.  You may remember that Amarantha had modeled Under the Mountain after Rhysand’s Court of Nightmares but it turns out that there is much more than meets the eye.  I wish I could go for a stroll through the  streets of the court during the night when it is intended to be viewed.  The descriptions were breathtaking and I can’t wait to revisit them in the future.  We also get to see the Summer Court which I enjoyed as well.  I’m glad that we’re getting to branch out and explore much more of the Fey world than we were given the opportunity to see in ACOTAR.  I also love seeing the different types of powers each High Lord wields and how it relates to their domain.  At 640 pages, I felt like ACOMAF could have double in size and I wouldn’t have wanted a single detail cut.  I can only hope that the final book will be well over 1,000 pages!

Final Thoughts:  A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas is the outstanding second book in the A Court of Thorns and Roses trilogy.  I’m sure you’re familiar with second book slump when reading a series and I am thrilled to say that ACOMAF is the complete opposite.  It’s like, a second book spectacular.  Feyre and Rhysand’s character development hits new heights in this book and readers are delighted with the opportunity to explore more of the Fey world.  The stakes are still high despite Amarantha’s demise in ACOTAR and all of the events that occur will play with your emotions until you feel like you have nothing left to give.  Some breaks may even be needed while reading because woah.  My verdict: Read it. Then re-read it. Then repeat.

Rating 6

Feyre survived Amarantha’s clutches to return to the Spring Court—but at a steep cost. Though she now has the powers of the High Fae, her heart remains human, and it can’t forget the terrible deeds she performed to save Tamlin’s people.

Nor has Feyre forgotten her bargain with Rhysand, High Lord of the feared Night Court. As Feyre navigates its dark web of politics, passion, and dazzling power, a greater evil looms—and she might be key to stopping it. But only if she can harness her harrowing gifts, heal her fractured soul, and decide how she wishes to shape her future—and the future of a world cleaved in two.

With more than a million copies sold of her beloved Throne of Glass series, Sarah J. Maas’s masterful storytelling brings this second book in her seductive and action-packed series to new heights. (via Goodreads)

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Art Gallery: Tsum Tsum’s are Invading the Comic World!

It’s no secret that I adore Disney’s line of Tsum Tsum’s (here’s a post I wrote about while anticipating the first Star Wars collection, and one about my addiction to the app game) so when I heard that Marvel would be incorporating the incredibly adorable toys into some of their variant covers, I was beyond excited!  In addition to the covers, there’s going to be an in-continuity Tsum Tsum miniseries written by Jacob Chabot and illustrated by David Baldeon.  The story follows a crate of Tsum Tsum’s who think they’re actually the heroes they’ve been designed after who get lose in Brooklyn.  My absolute favorite of the variant covers has to be Chris Samnee’s Spider-Man cover but I also really love Joelle Jones’s Moon Girl and the Devil Dinosaur.  There are going to be 20 variants in all but below are my top 5! Although the Captain Marvel Tsum variant isn’t included below, it does make me wish that she’ll appear in a future collection!

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Amazing Spider-Man #16 by Chris Samnee

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Captain America: Steve Rogers #5 by Helen Chen

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Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #10 by Joelle Jones

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Invincible Iron Man #12 by Brandon Peterson

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The Mighty Thor #10 by Natacha Bustos

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Tea & Book Chat: Map of Fates by Maggie Hall (The Conspiracy of Us #2)

**Warning! If you haven’t read The Conspiracy of Us which is the first book in the trilogy by Maggie Hall,will be spoilers ahead.  You can read my review of the first book instead if you haven’t started the series yet!**

Map of Fates by Maggie Hall is the second book in The Conspiracy of Us trilogy and while I hadn’t been as invested in the first book as I had hoped, the cliffhanger ending left my interest piqued enough to continue reading.  Plus, the cover of Map of Fates is one of the prettiest of the year in my opinion!  I’m pleased to report that I enjoyed Map of Fates much more thanThe Conspiracy of Us and while it still wasn’t a 5 star read, I am genuinely looking forward to the conclusion because the story has really upped its game.

One of the elements I took the most issue with in the first book is the love triangle between the main character Avery and two of the guards from the twelve ruling families, Jack and Stellan.  I’m not a huge fan of love triangles in general but if they’re done well I’m able to get behind them.  In The Conspiracy of Us I didn’t quite understand or ever get the feeling that Avery and Stellan could potentially be interested in one another but Hall did a much better job of making it believable in Map of Fates.  In fact, I ended up liking Stellan a whole lot more than I ever expected to.  I suffered a bit through the beginning of the book, having read The Conspiracy of Us within the week it debuted last year because I couldn’t quite remember which character was which and it took me some time to acclimate to each’s demeanor once again.  If you’re in the same boat I would suggest a book one re-read or to read your past review / Goodreads so you’re able to jump right in and avoid any confusion.

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My favorite part of The Conspiracy of Us is the amount of travel the characters undergo because it allows the reader to experience new places without ever having to leave their couch.  The travel aspect remained one of the driving forces of my interest in Map of Fates and I cannot wait to see where they’ll be exploring in book three.  The revelation at the end and the new pieces of information the characters were able to ascertain from the clues have left me craving the conclusion.  The stakes are high, the structure of the twelve ruling families is inevitably going to be evolving and Avery West is at odds with many leaders in the Circle.  I couldn’t have asked for a more exciting installment!

Final Thoughts:  Map of Fates by Maggie Hall is a much better installment in The Conspiracy of Us trilogy than book one.  I had very minimal complaints this time around (although I’m still not very invested in Avery’s character) and I found myself flying through this quick paced YA thriller.  If you enjoy media involving espionage and have a case of wanderlust, Map of Fates will leave you feeling satisfied.  If you had mediocre feelings about book one, I can promise that Map of Fates will draw you in further.

Rating 3

Two weeks. 



That’s how long it took for Avery West’s ordinary life to change forever: In two weeks, she discovered she was heiress to a powerful secret society known as the Circle, learned her mother was taken hostage by the Circle’s enemies, and fell for a boy she’s not allowed to love, just as she found out another was her unwelcome destiny. 



Now, Avery crosses oceans in private jets to hunt for clues that will uncover the truth about the Circle, setting her mom and herself free before it’s too late. By her side are both the boys: Jack—steady, loyal, and determined to help her even at the expense of his own duty—and Stellan, whose connection to Avery grows stronger by the day despite her best intentions, making her question what she believes at every turn.
 


But at the end of a desperate hunt from the islands of Greece to the red carpet at Cannes comes a discovery that not only changes everything, but could bring the whole world to its knees. And now Avery is forced to face the truth: in the world of the Circle, no one is what they seem. (via Goodreads)

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Tea & Book Chat: The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater (The Raven Cycle #4)

**Warning! If you haven’t read the first three books in The Raven Cycle quartet by Maggie Stiefvater, there will be spoilers ahead.  You can read my review of The Raven Boys (book one), The Dream Thieves (book two) and Blue Lily, Lily Blue (book three) if you haven’t started the series yet!**

The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater is the fourth and final book in The Raven Cycle series and it is one that I could not get my hands on quick enough (seriously, I preordered the hardback AND the kindle versions).  Having fallen madly and deeply in love with Blue, Gansey, Ronan, Adam and Noah, I couldn’t wait to spend more of my time in Henrietta and Cabeswater while the gang tries to navigate the mystery of Glendower.  It’s long and sometimes slow moving journey but I have truly savored every moment.  The Raven King is now my favorite book in the quartet and I can absolutely foresee myself re-reading this series for years to come.  I also have to note that I was so nervous going into this book because it’s the end of an era but after reading the prologue I was confident this couldn’t warrant anything less than 5 stars.

One of the top three reasons I keep returning to this series(as I’ve stated in my reviews of the past three books) is the characters.  I cannot let go of them.  Stiefvater created such an intricate group of friends who’s bond with one another is stronger than anything else.  They love each other deeply in the way that only real friends can and in typical high school fashion, theirs is the most important relationship in their lives.  The lengths that they’ll go for each other and the way they feel each others pain is truly inspiring and griping.  Gansey remains my favorite Raven Boy with Ronan as a close second.  I also must note how swoonworthy all of the romance in The Raven King is.  It’s the sweet kind of slow burn that’ll have you begging for more.

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The stakes are at their highest in The Raven King as the search for Glendower draws to a close.  It’s so heartbreaking to see Gansey wonder what he’ll have to live for after the search that consumed the majority of his life ceases to continue.  Plus there’s that whole event that’s been foreshadowed since The Raven Cycle that my poor heart would never be ready to contend with.  All of the characters see a balanced amount of story time in The Raven King although we see more Henry Cheng and the jury is still out on him for me.  I think I may enjoy him more during a re-read but I didn’t want him to take any page time away from my precious Raven Boys and I can honestly say that is my only complaint for this book.

Final Thoughts:  The way I felt while reading The Raven King is something that I cannot accurately describe.  I feel so attached to this series, to these characters, and to the world of Henrietta and Cabeswater that I know this is a series that will be lurking around in my heart forever.  The Raven King is a book that I hugged multiple times while reading it and after finishing it.  If you can’t decide whether this series is for you or you’ve tried to read the first book but had trouble with the slow pace, I would urge you to give it another try.  I cannot sing the praises of The Raven Cycle high enough and I want everyone to share in this bookish treasure with me!

Rating 6

Nothing living is safe. Nothing dead is to be trusted.

For years, Gansey has been on a quest to find a lost king. One by one, he’s drawn others into this quest: Ronan, who steals from dreams; Adam, whose life is no longer his own; Noah, whose life is no longer a lie; and Blue, who loves Gansey…and is certain she is destined to kill him.

Now the endgame has begun. Dreams and nightmares are converging. Love and loss are inseparable. And the quest refuses to be pinned to a path. (via Goodreads)

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Little Loves #6

Hi everyone! I’m back with my next installment of Little Loves.  Little Loves is a post series I created as a way to acknowledge and appreciate more of the little things that are making me happy every day.

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💖 IT’S THE FINAL COUNTDOWN TO OUR SPACE THEMED WEDDING 💖 May Bookstagram photo a day challenges which have helped me stay consistent this month (although I’ve fallen off since BEA but I’ll be back!) 💖 CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR – Team Cap all the way! 💖 More healthy eating (but a surprise bag of uneaten Cadbury mini eggs that will be devoured on May 30th) 💖 The sun room in the house where we had our bachelorette / bachelor party! It just want to sit in it all day and drink tea and read books, occasionally looking up to admire the beach in the backyard 💖 The Raven King because I have so much love for my Raven boys. I just need to live in that world forever so I know I’ll be revisiting it for years. 💖 BEA! My trip was so much fun! I met lots of lovely book people and I came back with a huge book haul! 💖 A Court of Mist and Fury which is my everything right now! I somehow love it even more than ACOTAR which I didn’t think would be possible 💖 Andrew and I started watching RWBY so we’ll be caught up for the Chibi version and I love all the styles the girls wear 💖 Actually using my Rifle Paper Co. notebooks to plan out blog stuff 💖 Homemade rose sangria 💖 Browsing the stacks at Barnes & Noble 💖 J Crew – I never was into their apparel before but now that I walk past their store windows twice per day I’ve been stocking up on some really comfy work clothes and bright colored shorts 💖 My new Kate Spade sunflower and pineapple sandals 💖 My recent order of candy from Japan arrived! 💖 I also have a pretty awesome Society6 art haul that I’m considering filming 💖 6 more episodes of Gilmore Girls until I’m up to date and I’m so sad with every choice my characters have made in seasons 6 and 7 💖

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Tea & Book Chat: The Rose and the Dagger by Renee Ahdieh (The Wrath and the Dawn #2)

**Warning! If you haven’t read The Wrath and the Dawn which is the first book in the duology by Renee Ahdieh, there will be spoilers ahead.  You can read my review of the first book instead if you haven’t started the series yet!**

The Rose and the Dagger is the second book and conclusion to The Wrath and the Dawn duology by Renee Ahdieh.  It was one of my most anticipated books of 2016 and I’m pleased to say that it did not disappoint! While it wasn’t perfect, The Rose and the Dagger definitely held my interest and ultimately left me with a satisfying ending.  The book picks up where The Wrath and the Dawn leaves off, with Shazi and Khalid in their separate places.  Shazi is set on breaking Khalid’s curse but since she is residing in a camp of his opposers, she must defend him to those who were closest to her prior to her time in the palace.  I wish these two would’ve had more time together in The Rose and the Dagger but I digress.

Because of the distance between our protagonists, we spend a portion of the novel delving deeper into the side characters introduced in The Wrath and the Dawn and some new additions as well.  One particular character that I was not pleased to see more of is Tariq, Shazi’s childhood love interest.  Spending time with her father also made me feel horrible for everything she’s had to deal with but I really enjoyed getting more insight into her sister and Rahim.  My favorite side character who was new to the story is Artan Temujin, who Shazi turns to for training and understanding of the magic she possesses.  I only wish he could’ve played a part in book one or that he gets some type of spin-off story.  And Despina, my favorite character from The Wrath and the Dawn has her own incredible subplot going on which really kept me on my toes!

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Much of the worldbuilding in Ahdieh’s story was explained in The Wrath and the Dawn but I still would’ve liked to have gotten more out of The Rose and the Dagger than we did.  Especially since it is in book two that more magical elements are introduced.  As always, Ahdieh’s writing is simply beautiful which led me to highlight a number of passages.  I fell in love with so many of the new quotes I discovered and I will definitely read any other books Ahdieh publishes going forward.  There were unexpected twists and turns that I did not see coming while reading The Rose and the Dagger and I can honestly say that the plot kept me 100% engaged the entire time.  My only complaint is that the resolution among all of the characters seemed to come too easily and I would’ve liked to have seen them endure more of a challenge in completing their goals.

Final Thoughts:  The Rose and the Dagger by Renee Ahdieh provides a lovely conclusion to The Wrath and the Dawnduology.  Ahdieh’s writing style is beautiful as ever and the story evolves from an Arabian Nights retelling into something of its own.  The plot is action packed and will hold your interest until the very last page as you continue the tale of the primary characters and become invested in some new faces. If you read and loved The Wrath and the Dawn I would urge you to continue your reading with The Rose and the Dagger.

 Rating 5

The much anticipated sequel to the breathtaking The Wrath and the Dawn, lauded by Publishers Weekly as “a potent page-turner of intrigue and romance.”

I am surrounded on all sides by a desert. A guest, in a prison of sand and sun. My family is here. And I do not know whom I can trust.

In a land on the brink of war, Shahrzad has been torn from the love of her husband Khalid, the Caliph of Khorasan. She once believed him a monster, but his secrets revealed a man tormented by guilt and a powerful curse—one that might keep them apart forever. Reunited with her family, who have taken refuge with enemies of Khalid, and Tariq, her childhood sweetheart, she should be happy. But Tariq now commands forces set on destroying Khalid’s empire. Shahrzad is almost a prisoner caught between loyalties to people she loves. But she refuses to be a pawn and devises a plan.

While her father, Jahandar, continues to play with magical forces he doesn’t yet understand, Shahrzad tries to uncover powers that may lie dormant within her. With the help of a tattered old carpet and a tempestuous but sage young man, Shahrzad will attempt to break the curse and reunite with her one true love. (via Goodreads)

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Book Look OOTD: Hamilton: A Revolution by Lin-Manuel Miranda

My Hamilton obsession is still going strong.  I’m so happy that earlier this week Lin’s revolutionary musical broke records by getting 16 Tony nominations and I sincerely hope that they win each and every one.  I had a slow year when it came to seeing Broadway shows last year (I usually see a ton but I think I only saw 3?) but Hamilton was among those and I feel so blessed that I had the opportunity to see it live.  I’ve been trying to relive the experience ever since (ie. listening to the soundtrack non-stop & singing the songs and the shows praises to all who will listen) so when Lin’s Hamiltome debuted in April, I waited eagerly for the mailman to arrive each day and deliver my precious.  Also in April, Jordandene’s shirt of the month was Hamilton themed so that was an insta-buy! The charcoal tank features a Schuyler sisters quote “Looking For A Mind At Work,” so I obviously had to strike a Schuyler sister pose for one of my photos.  Unfortunately this shirt is no longer available, but Jordan’s shop is full of other treasures.  If you enjoy representing your geeky side without sacrificing your style you’ll love all of her designs!  I can’t even tell you how many others I own and I wear them ALL THE TIME.  This month’s shirt is Kurt Vonnegut themed and Jordan also released a collab shirt with my 5 Fandom Friday co-creator Megan from The Nerdy Girlie!

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Outfit Details: Shirt (Jordandene – N/A)  |  Skirt (ModCloth

Necklace (ModCloth)  |  Cardigan (ModCloth) | Shoes (Tieks)

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Waiting on Wednesday: Windwitch by Susan Dennard (The Witchlands #2)

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly series hosted by Breaking the Spine that spotlights upcoming releases we’re eagerly awaiting.  This week I’m choosing Windwitch by Susan Dennard which is the second book in The Witchlands series.  I had previously planned a different WoW for today but once Entertainment Weekly revealed the Windwitch cover and an excerpt yesterday, I knew I had to drop everything and create a new post.  I loved Truthwitch so much and I cannot wait for Safi and Iseult’s adventure to continue.  We’re also going to learn a lot more about Prince Merik who’s a Windwitch in this second installment.  I absolutely love how the fall foliage adds a touch of brightness to the otherwise neutral cover.  Is it 2017 yet?!

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On a continent ruled by three empires, some are born with a “witchery,” a magical skill that sets them apart from others.

Windwitch continues the tale begun in Truthwitch, with a focus on Merik–cunning privateer, prince, windwitch, and reader favorite. (via Goodreads)

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2016 Reading Challenges: April Recap

Welcome to my reading challenges recap for 2016!  This is a monthly post where I’ll be updating my progress throughout the year by challenge so you (and I) can see a breakdown of what I’ve read and which goals those books apply to.  I’m always open to suggestions in the comments as well!

GOODREADS

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Goal: 100

Read so far: 48

FLIGHTS OF FANTASY

flights of fantasy

Goal: 30

Read so far: 22

Books that Qualify:

January: Truthwitch (review), Red Queen (review), Clockwork Angel (review), Fablehaven

FebruaryGrave Mercy (review), Poison Study (review), The Storyspinner (review), The Assassin’s Blade (review), Reign of Shadows (review), Stars Above, Shadow and Bone

MarchThe Crown and the Arrow, A Fierce and Subtle Poison (review), The Fellowship of the Ring, The Skylighter (review), Clockwork Prince (review), Dark Triumph (review), Madly, The Shadow Queen

April: The Winner’s Kiss, The Rose and the Dagger, The Raven King

CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE READING CHALLENGE

contemporary romance reading challenge

Goal: 21+

Read so far: 13

Books that Qualify:

January: Meant to Be (review), Pivot Point (review), Summer of Sloane, Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda (review)

February: Firsts (review), Boomerang (review), The Love that Split the World

MarchSplit Second (review), Tiny Pretty Things (review), Catching Jordan

April: Wild Swans (review), The Distance Between Us (review), Summer of Supernovas (review)

THE RE-READ CHALLENGE

re-read challenge

Goal: 10

Read so far: 2

Books that Qualify:

January: N/A

FebruarySuperboy: Smallville Attacks (review)

March: The Fellowship of the Ring

April: N/A

2016 TBR PILE READING CHALLENGE

TBR Pile Reading challenge

Goal: 50

Read so far: 22

Books that Qualify:

January: Meant to Be (review), Mitosis, Firefight (review), Pivot Point (review), Red Queen (review), Clockwork Angel (review), Simon Vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda (review)

February: Grave Mercy (review), Boomerang (review), Poison Study (review), The Storyspinner (review), The Assassin’s Blade (review), Shadow and Bone 

MarchThe Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken (review), Split Second (review), Clockwork Prince (review), Dark Triumph (review), Tiny Pretty Things (review), Madly, Komomo Confiserie Volume 1, Catching Jordan (review)

AprilThe Distance Between Us (review), Sword Art Online Girls Ops Vol 1

2016 FINISHING THE SERIES CHALLENGE

finishing the series challenge

*This challenge will fluctuate throughout the year based on whether a new book in the series has been released. A star denotes that I am either finished or current with the series.

Goal: 3-6 series

Series completed so far: 5

Series current with so far: 9

Books that Qualify:

January: Mitosis, Firefight (review), Pivot Point (review), Truthwitch* (review), Red Queen (review), Clockwork Angel (review), Fablehaven

February: Grave Mercy (review), Boomerang (review), Into the Dim* (review), Poison Study (review), The Storyspinner (review), The Assassin’s Blade (review), Reign of Shadows* (review), Shadow and Bone, Ranma 1/2 volume 3

MarchThe Crown and the Arrow*, The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken (review), Split Second* (review), The Skylighter* (review), Clockwork Prince (review), Dark Triumph (review), Tiny Pretty Things* (review), Madly*, Komomo Confiserie Volume 1, The Shadow Queen*, Catching Jordan

AprilThe Winner’s Kiss*, Archie Volume 1: The New Riverdale*, Sword Art Online Girls Ops Volume 1, Map of Fates*, The Rose and the Dagger*, The Raven King*

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