Sorry that this is coming to you late! I know its a day late, but it is what it is. I decided that late is better than next week. I have already tried a few of the teas by this point and I already know that this box is a disappointment. I really did not like a few of the teas already, and that is not a good sign, at all. Either way! Here you go!Continue reading “September Teas”
My god, this box was beaten up, badly. There were holes in my box and the likes, luckily nothing was broken inside.
August 2020 Fairyloot Box: Let the Games Begin.Continue reading “Let the Games Begin: Fairyloot Box”
Alright Second review of the day! Honestly I don’t have much to say about this book. It wasn’t great. Wasn’t bad. It was a meh book for me. So there is honestly nothing much I can say.Continue reading “Dead of Night Review”
Alright, so I said this was coming out last week. And then I didn’t post it. I bet you are all like. What happened. Life happened and I didn’t have the time to review and finish the review. It is for that reason that it is coming to you now a week later. I’m sorry about that. It is what it is however, and I would rather it was a good review than something placed together last minute. So, here you go!Continue reading “Vampire Academy Series Review”
156 Days Until Trust And the Uncertain End
Evester sat in the car the chill having hit him like a tidal wave, releasing a bunch of the emotions that he had buried in his heart as he watched Zeydar leave, Heia following. The two walked further away and disappeared nearly completely, further than they had gone the day before when it had been military bodies they found. Fear, it was fear that Evester felt. This one would be his father. This one would be the end of this leg of the journey. It would be his father this time and all the effort would have gone to waste.
Evester held his jacket close, focusing down on his wrist instead, that was finally yellowing away from the purple and back to his regular skin tone.
“Are they typically gone this long?” Shawn asked irritated from the back seat. He had elected to join them this day, rather than Phil. He was less talkative than Phil, but in a way that was good, because it meant he wouldn’t be bombarded with questions about his feelings, as Phil would ask.
“This is the third route we’ve tracked. I don’t have a standard.” Evester rested his chin on the steering wheel, feeling as anxious about it as Shawn was. Each time there was the chance Evester’s father would be found. Each time there was a chance that they would never come back, despite it being day. There was too much at stake and each day they were away from Uly and the others, saftey and true warmth and supplies, was another day they put themselves at risk.
All for a man who had faked his own death.
“What’s your plan for when we find my father?” Evester tried to make small talk. He wanted to fill the silence with something, to keep him from over thinking, from fearing, from wondering about if Zeydar was cold and if Heia was safe.Continue reading “YP – B3:QtNoWLM – Chapter 43 (Chapter 140)”
157 Days Until Allies And the Uncertain End
Heia looked out to the world: empty, vast, distant. It was covered in the softest sheets of thick snow, that their car was able to get over, by technology alone. She shivered in the back seat holding a blanket close. Evester drove asking Zeydar for instructions, who directed them forward in the direction that he sensed. Heia knew little about magic and, she realized as she glanced between them, even less about their relationship as of late. Distanced because Evester had a path his father. Distanced because Zeydar was pushing away. Heia was not sure which one it was.
She didn’t care.
“Turn here.” Zeydar pointed up ahead. Signal on for no reason other than habit, Evester moved the car off the road towards where Zeydar had pointed. Stepping from the vehicle, Zeydar left them into the frigid air outside as it it did not bother him at all. Heia recoiled from the onslaught of the chilled breeze, watching as his hair moved in the breeze outside. Tumbling out of the car, blanket around her, hat on, gloves on, scarf wrapped tight, Heia moved to his side. Zeydar was serene in the outside air.
Inside the car Phil was grumbling from inside the car about how Heia needed to shut the door. So she did, leaving Evester alone with Phil inside the car. They’d told Evester never to get out, in case it was the worst. If it were, then they’d see it first and be able to figure out how to help him.Continue reading “YP – B3:QtNoWLM – Chapter 42 (Chapter 139)”
Alright, second to last review for the day. Last book of the series! It was a journey to get her, but I am not angry about having done it. It was a great experience and now I really want to read the sequel series, just to see how some plot points are wrapped up differently.Continue reading “Last Sacrifice Review”
Good morning! Alright let’s finish this series right! I really have pushed off finishing this review until the very last moment, but that’s okay. Isn’t it? lol. Anyway, three reviews today. Only because I don’t see a reason to give you the series review on its own.Continue reading “Spirit Bound Review”
161 Days Until Mystery And the Uncertain End (part 3)
Zeydar stood in the center of the room. He was surrounded by the eyes of those who watched and the words of Evester’s father. Night was fast approaching and they needed to know if they had another night or rest or not. They needed to know if they had to flee or not. Zeydar was the only one who would be able to tell them. Zeydar tested his magic in his staff twisting it about his hand, sending his magic pulsating through it, feeling it in a way that he did not need, knowing he had control again, but also knowing that the magic was beginning to sting him.
How his skin itched. His hands twitched. His heart beat accelerated. The noise in the room swelled. The air on his face prickled. He burned and when he saw Evester, his heart stilled.
Upon fully understanding what had happened, Zeydar had apologized to Evester. Evester had shaken it off like his wrist was not bruised in the the yellowing purple coloration shaped as Zeydar’s hand print. Evester had said nothing of it, and had only smiled at him, as he did not then. Evester was as focused as Zeydar had to be. He had then dedicated himself to focusing on control so that he could do the spell that would guide them forward. He had to focus on not hurting them or anyone around them.
Eyes to the wall, Zeydar stepped forward to the most recent writing.
Staff to the wall, Zeydar outlined the words that took up much of the wall. The iconic words that had sent the world into a frenzy. He closed his eyes, cast the magic, and looked for tracks. There were traces of a people in the room, from the way the magic showed it to him. One person had to be Evester’s father, days old and growing feint. He then searched around them. Any signs of Aralax, of a threat, of them having to flee, and finding none.Continue reading “YP – B3:QtNoWLM – Chapter 41 (Chapter 138)”
161 Days Until Mystery And the Uncertain End (part 2)
Evester looked over the house twice more before looking to his notes. The notes before him were all on Aralax and the Catastrophe. They depicted how the Aralax moved, lived, thrived, fought. Notes on their anatomy and on how to kill them more effectively than even Evester knew. On their ideal conditions for living and questions on what they were planning. Their social structures and hierarchies. Notes that had taken time to research. Then there was The Catastrophe. The way the Catastrophe had worked. Why it was happening now and questions on where to take the population to go. There were details on where to settle the population. Then there were details on what Evester thought had to be on the Uncertain End.
The ultimate question on what was the Uncertain End? What was to happen? And if it did happen, what would that mean? Still it was the Uncertain End, because Evester’s father could not figure it out.Continue reading “YP – B3:QtNoWLM – Chapter 40 (Chapter 137)”