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Ink in the Blood (02/2020) by Kim Smejkal

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Ink in the Blood (02/2020) by Kim Smejkal

Tricksters, Rebellion and Heresy. Disclaimer: I was sent a advanced copy of Ink to review by the publisher. All thoughts hereafter are entirely my own and not sponsored/paid opinions. That said, this review is not spoiler free. For spoiler free ratings, follow me on my socials:   Facebook: www.facebook.com/idlemisadventures Instagram: www.instagram.com/idlemisadventures.   Ink in the Blood revolves around two rogue inklings—emissaries of a Divine delivering messages to her subjects. Swept away by a travelling carnival mob, they must prepare to dethrone the Divine and expose the biggest lie of all to save their newfound family.   As usual, this review...

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The Bird and the Blade by Megan Bannen Book Review

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The Bird and the Blade by Megan Bannen Book Review

  A Warrior's Worth is in His Sword.   The Bird and The Blade is a fast paced novel set around the events of a lost princess turned slave to their enemy. When her master falls and is forced to run away with his son, she is forced to accompany them. Where will fate leave them? On a frantic search for her master's son, they are led to many places and learn many lessons. The greatest of which is the true price of courage.   This review is not spoiler free! For the spoiler free version, follow me on instagram:...

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House of Salt and Sorrows (August 6, 2019) by Erin A. Craig Book Review

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House of Salt and Sorrows (August 6, 2019) by Erin A. Craig Book Review

Disclaimer: this review is NOT SPOILER FREE! I was given an e-ARC through NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion. What follows is an unpaid review and reflects my views based on my experience reading only. For the spoiler free review, check out my socials!   Instagram: www.instagram.com/idlemisadventures Facebook: www.facebook.com/idlemisadventures   A Game of Gods and Curses.   House of Salt and Sorrows is a mystery  loosely based on the classic: Twelve Dancing Princesses. It revolves around the Thaumas family—a prominent family in the island of Salten; whose inhabitants follow their deity: the sea god. The family is ruined to...

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The Wicked King (Folk of the Air Book 2) by Holly Black Book Review

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The Wicked King (Folk of the Air Book 2) by Holly Black Book Review

Full disclosure: as I am writing this review, I would like to make it clear that I've only finished the book within the last hour. And I am not in a state well enough to even think of a good title aside from the following:   What the Actual Fuck Holly Black?!   Another disclosure: This review is NOT SPOILER FREE! For the spoiler free version, check out my socials:   instagram: www.instagram.com/idlemisadventures facebook: www.facebook.com/idlemisadventures   The Wicked King is the sequel to the Cruel Prince and is the second installment in the Folk of the Air series written by...

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Kingsbane (The Empirium Trilogy Book II) - Claire LeGrand Book Review

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Kingsbane (The Empirium Trilogy Book II) - Claire LeGrand Book Review

An Empire and Time Irreversible. Kingsbane revolves around the events following Eliana's display of power in the previous book as well as Rielle's journey after being crowned the Sun Queen. The gate is falling and the Emperor is at Eliana's heels. They must find a way to strengthen Eliana and defeat the Emperor, or doom them all.   Disclaimer! This review is not spoiler free! For the spoiler free version, please check out my instagram: www.instagram.com/idlemisadventures   I have a lot of thoughts on this book. I thoroughly enjoyed Furyborn and was looking forward to reading Kingsbane, that being said;...

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