Publisher: Scholastic Press
Date Published: September 17th 2013
Source: From the publisher for an honest review
Now that the ley lines around Cabeswater have been woken, nothing for Ronan, Gansey, Blue, and Adam will be the same.
Ronan, for one, is falling more and more deeply into his dreams, and his dreams are intruding more and more into waking life.
Meanwhile, some very sinister people are looking for some of the same pieces of the Cabeswater puzzle that Gansey is after…
Number of Days It Took to Read: 1 and 1/2
Gorgeous cover. Love the paint effect.
The Writing Score: 5 out of 5
Recommendation: Must Read
Memorable or Forgettable: Memorable
Rating: 5 out of 5
Yes Yes YES. I love this book sooooo much and I really just want to gush incoherently for the rest of this review but that wouldn’t be fair to those reading it. So enjoy the coherent review:
After I had finished and fallen head over heels in love with The Raven Boys, I couldn’t imagine how this story could possibly have a decent sequel let alone four books. This series was my first from the author, Maggie
I enjoyed this book because you have a cast of teenagers with a host of unique issues that they must deal with both within the realm of the real and mystical. If
I like to call this book the book of Ronan because despite the multiple points of views given, it’s very much a story that fleshes out his tough exterior and showcases one of the best character trajectories that I’ve seen in some time. This book came to me at a time when reading for fun was becoming increasingly difficult and my reading passport was looking pretty empty. So if I could say one thing about it, I’d say thank you for given me that love again for the 36 hours it took me to read it.
A. A. Omer
The opinions expressed here are mine and readers are welcome to disagree. In fact, I encourage it! I never believed in putting particular books or authors on some sort of universal pedestal but you’re free to put it on your individualized pedestal because I most certainly will.