Two weeks ago I wrote a review for Three Dark Crowns and One Dark Throne, here is my review for the other published half of this series, Queens of Fennbirn (the prequel) and Three Dark Reigns (the third book).
Having just finished Tower of Dawn in time for Kingdom of Ash, I wanted to share my thoughts on the book.
I really enjoyed this book as I felt that it was nice to see Celaena at the height of her fame and reputation.
I was pleasantly surprised by this book, having not enjoyed it the first time I read it I did not enjoy it. Several years later, I decided to give it another go and enjoyed it massively.
I really enjoyed the world in which this book was set. I thought the idea of Dæmons and what they said about the characters was really interesting and unique.
I loved this book so much, it has such an interesting plot and concept. I loved the way that it is split into parts and each one is a different version of the same story so that you never know what is the truth, even at the end.
I decided to read this book in preparation for YALC as it sounds really interesting and Lauren James is doing a signing. I also thought that the premise of this book sounds familiar and wanted to see what take she took on it.
As I listened to this book as an audiobook narrated by Stephen Fry, I first would like to say a few words on the telling of this story...
This was an interesting read for me. To start with it was a Christmas gift from my mum, so I did not choose it. It is also on a subject that I like (Alexander Hamilton) but in a genre that I am less keen on (historical fiction).
Ink was an amazing and refreshing read. Despite being disguised as a ya dystopian novel, its true value comes from the questions it asks and the answers it gives...