And now we return to our regularly scheduled flailing programme. SPOILERS WILL FOLLOW FOR CHAPTERS 21 THROUGH 32. In this part of the book, a trap is sprung and the game is changed. But what will it all mean? Let’s discuss Dreams of Gods and Monsters.
Or, Lisa Flails About Her Messed Up Darlings. SPOILERS WILL FOLLOW FOR CHAPTERS 11 THROUGH 20. In this part of the book, the Misbegotten and the chimaera rebel forces come together, as Karou and Akiva try to forge a semblance of peace between them. It … only goes a little bit wrong? Relatively speaking? All that and more! Let’s discuss Dreams of Gods and Monsters. CONTENT NOTE: Discussion of asexual coding/representation.
It’s been another lean month, book-wise – but in other areas, it’s been rather exciting! Let’s look back at March…
In the final part of Daughter of Smoke and Bone, I am screaming. Spoiler alert.
In the penultimate part of Daughter of Smoke and Bone, we’re going back in time… Major spoilers follow for chapters 40-50.
In the fifth part of Daughter of Smoke and Bone, I WAS UNPREPARED. MAJOR spoilers follow for chapters 32-39.
In the fourth part of Daughter of Smoke and Bone, Karou prepares for the next step in her mission, only to find herself suddenly distracted (derailed?) by Akiva. Spoilers follow for chapters 24-31.
In the third part of Daughter of Smoke and Bone, Karou’s fears become real – but she isn’t taking it lying down. Spoilers follow for chapters 16-23.
In the second part of Daughter of Smoke and Bone, Akiva enters the story and everything goes wild. WHAT IS GOING ON. Spoilers follow for chapters 8-15.
Welcome to my first First Read of 2019! It’s a new year, and I’ve picked up a new trilogy to go exploring in: Laini Taylor’s Daughter of Smoke and Bone Trilogy, beginning with (of course) Daughter of Smoke and Bone. In this post, I am charmed, fascinated and filled with empathetic rage. So, we’re off to a great start! Spoilers follow for chapters 1-7.