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Ari and her dragon Oizealth are in the final round of a deadly competion: Veils. Only two more men are in the way of what she truly wants: a life together with the one she loves.
But does Ari have what it takes to win?
If you had the power to control someone, would you?
In this coming-of-age YA contemporary fantasy, a teenage girl has her life turned upside down when her family is breaking apart, and she discovers her supernatural powers. There’s no time to deal with it, however, as she’s targeted by a dangerous power-siphoner.
I’m Iris Marsh, a behavioral researcher turned writer. Because of my fascination with psychology, I always focus as much on my characters’ journeys as well as the plot. My YA fantasy debut novel Illuminated is no exception. It’s suspenseful and heavy on character development. Currently, I live in the Netherlands with my partner and cat.
Grey Sister (published by Ace) continues the Book of the Ancestor trilogy, and it didn’t disappoint. Some side-characters we enjoyed in Red Sister, are now developed even further. As always, Mark’s prose is still beautiful, and the tone of voice in the story is consistent with Nona’s changing age. Grey
Red Sister is one of the first books I ever read by Mark Lawrence, and I’ve been hooked to his writing ever since. It’s a coming-of-age fantasy story, and I loved every bit of this book. With a length of 469 pages for the hardcover edition, it’s perfect for both
Sometimes you just crave a big book to spend many days engrossed in the story, and sometimes you’re more in the mood for a quick read you can finish in a weekend or even an evening. For this reading challenge, I will list some great, quick reads for you. If
Planet Adyn is a lovely story, filled with humor, sadness, and wonder. It’s a quick read, which did make me wonder if this first book couldn’t be integrated with the second book of the series. The ending of the story still leaves a lot open, and it would’ve been nice
Assassin’s Quest left me staring into the abyss with an empty feeling. The conclusion of the Farseer trilogy was a wild ride of emotions, with a bittersweet ending. Just how I like it. I think Assassin’s Quest was both the book with the strongest beginning, with the most action, as
Hi! I’m Iris Marsh, your bookish friend. Please join me in conversations about books: one of my most favorite things in the world. Read more about me here.
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