To say that I went into the bookstore on the day of and got myself a copy and then was sad when they said they didn’t have the white cover only their exclusive cover, and had to figure out when I’d get the original cover… only to try to find it else were, would be to say exactly what I did the day I got the book.
I have yet to get my FairyLoot shipping notice for the exclusive cover, but… we know its coming. Anyway! Onwards! Please note that by the time that I am posting this, the book has been out for less than a week.
226 Days Until Justice And The Uncertain End (part 2)
Heia looked over the figures of her family, working hard and training skills they had not used in the past. The triplets were moving the best with the weapons, having been working with them for far longer. Kony still was not sure about magic, not that any of them knew how to train him in magic. He looked to the broken staff in his hands like the relic it was, trying something. Anything. Failing every time.
“What’s on your mind?” Andre asked her as he took a break.
“Nothing really.” Heia answered. It was odd to think that just a bit ago they were at home, struggling to survive and now they had clothes, a safe place to sleep, were well fed, and could train in this way without any fears. It was unfortunate with how much the Circles and Stars took for granted, and only made her hate them worse for the fact that they partied and acted as if the world wasn’t falling apart outside.
226 Days Until Justice And The Uncertain End (part 1)
So this is how they wish to crush me? Zeydar understood as he looked over his testing schedule for Superior exams. All his exams were held within hours of each other, physical, practical, written, verbal, different subjects, and of all types, stacked on to each other. Where as in the past, the exams took place over the course of days with breaks between. This examination period was over the course of a little more than seventy-two hours.
How long would it take for them to grade the tests? All too long. They’d say they needed more time to get through them all. Since they did his schedule in three days, tradition would not follow. Traditionally, the last exam was taken as the others were being completed for grading. At most, they would need five days to grade, Zeydar knew this, but he also knew they’d try to sabotage him.
I don’t have much to say that won’t be said in this review. So, I suppose that means we simply get into it?
Customary warning: This is a reminder that these are my personal opinions. My thoughts and feelings are not your thoughts and feelings. I may not always be the target audience for a book; sometimes I am. If I do not like a book, that doesn’t mean you’ll dislike it. If I love a book or simply like a book, you may hate it. Take everything I say with this knowledge. If it sounds interesting to you despite what I’ve said, then go ahead and read it. You’ll only know you like something if you read it yourself.
With this, I give you the last double review week for a while. As it is right now, I am not writing book reviews for the books I have read thus far in November. There will be a Queen of Nothing review next week (probably) and then one after that, but we are going to be at a limited number of reviews until December, were it’ll pick right back up with dragon books. Anyway! Onward!
227 Days Until Wishes And the Uncertain End (part 3)
Zeydar sat with his head hanging low. Exams began within twenty-four hours and as prepared as he was for them, he was not ready. He was ready for the exams. He knew all the content, better than any other graduate before him. He knew all the content on a level higher than the test would test. It was the idea that he was finally going to be able to take the exams fairly that was starting to land.
How could they ruin this for him?
The ever present question continued to circle in his head as he sat in the library rereading the same sentence twenty times. How were the Superiors going to make him fail? What sort of tricks would they employ? How would they sabotage him? What if they didn’t and he just wasn’t good enough? What if he actually failed?
227 Days Until Wishes And the Uncertain End (part 2)
Heia walked into Esthaisia’s office finding Europa, and Evester already sitting. She felt her heart leap from her chest having only expected Evester to be there. In a way she wanted to glare at Endwin who had said that Evester had asked for her. In other ways she knew that she may not have wanted to go had Endwin said the whole truth.
“Endwin shut the door.” Estastia directed Heia to take a seat next to Evester who was sitting in Circle clothes all black, but formal. He wore no face disguise, dressed as himself and clearly uncomfortable. Heia took the seat, trying to keep whatever she had left of her nerves, from spilling out in words before rational thought.
“You finished reading then?” Evester began the conversation as Endwin went to where he was to stand. “Endwin and Europa?”
“They will read what I give them.” His mother placed a sheet of paper before her, carefully stacking the papers and keeping her eyes level. “As I figure, you will answer what you will to me.”
“Anything that doesn’t hinder my path to stop the Uncertain End.” Evester agreed.
I know, I know, we have a little less than two months yet for the end of the year. I am not sure, if you are aware just how little time that is for the end of the year.
It’s not a lot of time.
I figure I will take this chance to tell you about upcoming Wednesday content for the end of the year.
Dragon books have been mostly bought. Mostly, not all, but mostly. So December is basically good to go. (Although I do have to say a lot of these books were much smaller than I thought they would be. This is great for me, because it means that I will be reading most quick for most of them. (Priory has an actual chance of being completed? WOW)
As in book marks I use or the ones I think are the prettiest of what I have. Because I have pretty book marks that I don’t use.
I’m going to go with my favorite book marks that I use.
This list is going to be my favorite book marks to use. Rated by how often I reach for them. As a note. I only really reach for bookmarks on rare occasions, because most of the time I finish a book I one go.
Actually, any of the Book Depository book marks I reach for a lot. I have a copious amount of them.
I’m actually left this bookmark somewhere and I do not know where. As such I can not find it, but I’m going to describe it.
It’s a black book mark with a weight on the end of the tassels. It has a quote on it that I can not think of right now.
A sticky note folded in half when I need a book mark but don’t have my black bookmark (or any of them) near me. Mostly done when I’m reading at work.
Leaving the book open on a surface, facedown. So that the pages are spread apart on the counter surface as I quickly do what ever needs my attention.
Second review of the day. As a note, I did read a book between this one and Ninth House (Winter Glass) but since that book completed a series, I just decided to post this one and that competed series review next week. This is also the featured book for October’s FairyLoot Box (I real this before I got the box) FAIR WARNING.