This review has been long due! With things coming up in my life this year, my reading has seriously slowed down, but I'm slowly conquering my huge TBR pile. 'A Flight of the Broken Wings' is the first book in 'The Aeriel Chronicles' series (and so far the only one published), which is a fantasy thriller kind of story, and something I've been very interested in, though unfortunately it took an unhealthily long time to get to it. And what have I missed before!
For a long time I couldn't decide which book to start with from my extremely long unread physical books list. Finally, I decided by 'The Hobbit'. I didn't realize at first, but this is also the book that has been on my shelf unread for the longest time. For 14 years has this book, one that seemingly every other people like me has read already, been sitting on my shelf, waiting to be finally discovered. Not anymore. I finished it, and here are my thoughts about my experience with it!
Cold Scotland, autumn weather, magic..... all great for the mood to read this time of the year. Give a hot beverage and maybe a pet beside it, and it's a wonderful reading afternoon!
We're through the middle of autumn, and as the long, cold evenings approach, I always feel a bit more open to weird realities and interesting thoughts to read. Though I'm not sure I completely got this one, here are my thoughts - I hope you enjoy them while sipping your hot coffee (or anything hot)!
Today's Halloween, so it's only natural if one shares a review that's somewhat spooky. This one that I'm writing about, 'Cold Fire' is not one that can be without hesitation categorized as 'spooky', but it has a weird, otherworldly and magical atmosphere that I felt it would be perfect for today. So, bring your coffee and read about my experience with it!
Aaaand my REVIEW is coming!!! Finally. So, put your paws on your autumn-flavored warm coffee, and let's see what there is to talk about! First of all, I am so sorry that it took so much time! I've been very busy... This one was originally supposed to be a blog tour post
This YA mystery series is probably something you should read on some cozy autumn afternoon these days... Make a coffee the way you like it, and let's read my thoughts about this book!