The #GrishaTrilogy by #LeighBardugo #TuesdayBookBlog

After much deliberation about the fate of my first blog, Bookin’ It, I finally made up my mind that YES, I can find time to post one review a week. Assuming I’ve found time to READ one book a week. So, without further ado, here’s my newest one. Enjoy! (And buy the books. They’re great!)

Bookin' It

 10194157My Rating: 5 of 5 Stars

I may have disappeared for far too long, being caught up in writing five novels over a three-year period, but I’ve decided I really want to get back to this blog, and my love of sharing great books with other readers. I plan to make Tuesdays my day for reviews, and I’m starting today with a series of books that knocked my socks off: Leigh Bardugo’s Grisha Trilogy.

As usual, I don’t like to give away very much about the plot of any book, but I will tell you exactly what I think of the writing, the characters, and the story line.

For my money, Leigh Bardugo knocked this series right out of the ballpark. She put just enough spin on her fantasy world to make it intriguingly different, filled with a highly developed political structure, and exactly the right amount of…

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2 thoughts on “The #GrishaTrilogy by #LeighBardugo #TuesdayBookBlog

  1. Well, let’s don’t get too carried away. I’ve only just done it one time. Maybe we should wait and see if another review appears next Tuesday. I used to read and review three or four a week, but I fear those days are long gone. Unless I decide to stop writing, and I’m not ready to give that up yet. Can I still rock, though? I’d really like to! 😀

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