It’s my birthday month, so I’m going to try and not buy myself a ton of new books as a birthday present. But I am going to finish Melissa Grey’s series with it’s final book, The Savage Dawn and finally start Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows (only because I’ve been thinking of writing a heist fantasy).
And I’ve been approved for Adam Silvera’s They Both Die at the End so expect a review of that soon, either on this site or over at BookedAllNight.blog!
The Girl At Midnight by Melissa Grey had everything I could have hoped for: danger, magic, romance. I’m not usually one who actively searches for romance in novels (as I’m more interested in the plot than most relationships; but who doesn’t enjoy a little extra icing on their cupcake?) and I found myself rooting for all of the relationships blooming in the story.
The Girl At Midnight revolves around a young human thief, Echo, who lives with creatures called the Avicen—bird-like people—in this YA urban fantasy. Echo is tasked to find a mythical thing of legend called the firebird, which is rumored to be able to end any war in favor of the one who controls it. And the Avicen want to end their war with the Drakharin—dragon-like people—as soon as possible. But when Echo and her best friend Ivy, a dove Avicen and apprentice healer, are captured by the Drakharin Dragon Prince, things go awry and it’s a race against time to find the firebird before the world and its inhabitants burn.
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