Unicorn Crate: Fictional Families

Last Box for today is Unicorn Crate. I know that I gave you a lot of posts this week already. Just stay prepared, I suppose. Since this will not be the case next week. I was tempted to post this next week but then I decided against it.

Let’s go!

Unicorn Crate: Fictional Families (November 2019)

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Limited Edition/Collector's Edition FairyLoot Box: The Queen of Nothing

IT IS HERE.

Not gonna lie, I got the notification that I was going to have to sign for it but never got the notification that it had been shipped to begin with. When I got the box I started freaking out, because this limited edition version is everything and nothing all at the same time. Nothing, because I already read the book. Everything because I have been waiting forever for it!

If you haven’t seen my review for the book. It is here. The series is here.

Without wasting more time! Let’s see this box!

The Limited Edition/Collector’s Edition FairyLoot Box for The Queen of Nothing. (November 2019)

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FairyLoot Box: Magical Folk

It is here! I’m so excited. I got three book boxes all on the same day. As such it was like an early Christmas. I will be getting so many books for the next few months, with book boxes and Christmas, actually, so I’m not even worried about next year for content to read. Let’s get into it!

FairyLoot Box: Magical Folk (November 2019)

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The Folk of the Air Series Review

The Folk of the Air Series Review

Save me I am a fool.

I adored this series from the beginning to the end. I was hyped up for it every step of the way and maybe one day I will step back and reanalyze it and break it down and take away the magic of it.

Today is not that day.

Below you will have my series review for a series that has captured my heart and enraptured my soul. I know that not how many will feel, and I understand that not many will care.

However, this was the reason I made my blog. For book series like this.

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.

That being said… Spoilers Ahead

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November Reading List

November Reading List

I think that this is the first time since August that I finished… no not even in August did I finish my TBR. This is intense. Well, I finished it excluding Fire & Blood, but that’s like a text book and did we actually expect me to finish it? No.

The October FairyLoot Box was a book I read in October, as a note, so that didn’t end up getting read. I feel like I would have read more if I had The Blood Mirror on hand when I finished The Broken Eye. I did not. Without much more to say, let’s get into this.

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November Review Archive

November Review Archive

A complete Archive of all reviews from the month of November (2019):

Total Number of Reviews : 8

          Books : 5

          Novellas : 1

          Series Reviews : 2

          Series Reading Time Reviews: 0

           Poetry : 0


BOOKS

Inkheart (Series Review) by Cornelia Funke
Inkdeath

Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo

The Beautiful by Renée Ahdieh

Spindle Fire (Duology Review) by Lexa Hillyer
Winter Glass

The Folk of the Air by Holly Black
The Queen of Nothing
The Lost Sisters (Novella)


When you decide not to do reviews for half the books you read in a month, the number of reviews drop like flies. December will probably have a lot of reviews or nearly none at all, I feel as if it is going to be determined by how I want to split up the reviews for the month with all the dragon books. Truly, I have no clue.

Until Next Time!

MM


The Special Orders of Castell Novels

Sebastien De Castell, I have read many of his books in the recent months and if there is one thing I can say for sure it is that I love his books.

I could go on for days on how I like how he writes and directs his stories. I like how they spin and the directions they take, because I don’t expect it. Does that mean there is no set up for how they will go? On the contrary, there is lots of support for why they turn the way they do, I’m just used to stories that go the way I expect.

His books don’t do that.

I could speak on the characters who I have fallen for in all the books. How they make me laugh and cry, how I love them.

But that is not what strikes me the most from his works.

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The Lost Sisters (Novella) Review

The Lost Sisters (Novella) Review

Second book review of today, and the novella for the series. I need this in paperback, thanks. Series review will be out next week as I still try to formulate my thoughts. Or tomorrow, which ever comes first as I race to the end of the month in terms of reading. I’m devouring books and have no time to breathe.

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