In the first quarter of Days of Blood and Starlight, absolutely nothing is all right. Including me. Major spoilers follow for chapters 1-27 (and for Daughter of Smoke and Bone).
So I survived December’s insane workload and January’s relentless efforts to trap me in depression mode. February is here, I am reading ALL THE THINGS, and cold weather or no cold weather, things are looking up. Now let’s look back a little bit, shall we?
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.
This week’s Top Ten is all about what I’m pulling off the shelves to cosy up with this winter, and there are so many options. I tend to get a kind of seasonal mood for reading around this time of year, and you know what that means. Dark fantasy, wicked mythical creatures, blood on the snow. Why, what did you think I meant?