The Dream Thieves
Publish date: September 17th 2013
Publisher: Scholastic Press
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
The sequel to The Raven Boys turned out to be just as fascinating as this first book in the series. In this story the reader is introduced to an amazing idea that I won't go into here, since it would be a bit of a spoiler. I love the main characters and their quest, and the plot isn't - at least to ...
Blue's household is a masterpiece. The writing is beautiful and the storytelling is worth every page of this book. This is fast becoming one of the best YA series I've read in a while.A secret is a strange thing.There are three kinds of secrets. One is the sort everyone knows about, the sort you nee...
This series started slow, but I'm more and more impressed by the way Stiefvater weaves in character development with an intricate plot. Incredible to handle such a large (and continuously growing!) cast with such maturity. Not a quick or particularly easy read, but well worth the effort.
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Full review and links found on The Bent Bookworm!Usually, the desire to fangirl over a book turns me into a heart-fluttering, obsessive mess. However, the fangirl aroused by THIS book, was inspired by much deeper feelings. Feelings that just left me staring off into space and generally just trying t...
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