Adrian Tchaikovsky does not disappoint. That's it.
Just read this book if tropes are your thing, if you want tropes to be done well or if you are looking for a comfort read but it's set in space.
The Mask of Mirrors by M. A. Carrick Title: The Mask of Mirrors Author: M. A. Carrick Publisher: Orbit, Little, Brown Book Group UK Published Date: January 21st 2021 Length: 672 pages Genre: Fiction, Fantasy, Adult Fiction, Adult Fantasy, LGBTQIA Rating: 3.75/5 Fortune favors the bold. Magic favors the liars. Ren is a con artist [...]
Ah, did I finish this series or did this series finish me? I'll never know.
This is less of a review and more of feelings and thoughts shared in a bumbling manner. Take it as it is, it really can't get any better than this, I am afraid.
This is the start to the ride that I didn't know if I wanted to be on at times. Please, read all the TW and CW before thinking about reading this. You cannot and should not skip it.
To my eternal surprise, I genuinely enjoyed something that's based on Romeo and Juliet. I am still in shock to be perfectly honest.
It's finally here. It's longer than I anticipated but the review of the first book is finally here. I clearly procrastinated with this one and I am not sure I was actually able to put words to my thoughts. Oh, well.
Man, this was a bamboozlement of the highest degree. I don't mean that in the fun way, either.
I had a month and it was pretty good. That counts for a lot in these times.