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Tag: leigh bardugo

5 Star, Fantasy

Ninth House

Alex Stern does not belong at Yale. When she awakes as the sole survivor of a multiple homicide, presumed a drug deal gone wrong, she is given an unlikely offer. Come to Yale, join the House of Lethe and oversee the rituals of the other…

5 Star, Fantasy

Crooked Kingdom

Crooked Kingdom is the sequel to Six of Crows and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous book. Kaz’s crew are left reeling after their daring break in to the Ice Court. Nina’s fighting withdrawal and Wylan’s stuck with the face of a…

Fantasy

Six of Crows

This book has been all over bookstagram for years and I have been wanting to read it but there was something I had to do first. Although this duology stands alone from the Grisha trilogy, I was aware there was a spoiler contained in the…

Fantasy

The Grisha Trilogy

I finally got round to reading the rest of Leigh Bardugo’s Grisha trilogy, only five years after reading the first book. There was plenty I had forgotten in the meantime, like the first book was called The Gathering Dark when I read it, not Shadow…

Fantasy, Young Adult

The Gathering Dark

The light shattered, leaving me in darkness. Alina is an orphan, under the care of Duke Keramsov, when the Grisha first come to test her and her only friend, Mal. Neither of them show any signs of the small science that make the Grisha so…