I grabbed this middle grade novel not knowing anything about it. The cover looked cool, and that was really all I needed to know.
I read and adored Light as a Feather by Zoe Aarsen. I thought it was an incredibly fun take on a children’s game-turned-horror-story. It was a bit silly, in a dark way, and I really enjoyed it. And I bought it because I saw that it was a Hulu series.
Before we get right into this, I have a couple things you need to know. This is the third book in a series (I thought it was a trilogy, but it isn’t), so there will be information that spoils the first two books. Go read those before reading this. And know that I’m still going to keep this relatively sparse.
As with other books in the Merciless series, this bad boy has lots of violence and torture, and has some Book II spoilers. So get cozy, Fangirls, we’re in for a wild ride.
This review contains some dark themes, so please don’t read on if you are triggered by depressive and suicidal references.
Fangirls, I bought this book on one of my many book binges. I picked it up because it looked like my aesthetic; pink but witchy. The third book is actually what caught my eye, it has a holographic cover! But I figured I would start with just the first book.
Before you hit that read more tab, you need to know that there is strong language after it, and this book has a mature readers warning for a reason. Let’s get into it.
A few weeks ago, I got bored and decided to scroll through my Netflix list to find something new. I landed on Syfy’s Haven. It had been on my list for a while so I thought what the heck. I’ll let you in on a secret – it’s literally only taken me about 3-4 weeks to finish this show. It’s so good.
I just finished one of the greatest anime I’ve watched. It’s part of an entire series of stories, and I will for sure be continuing the stories. This one, the prequel to all that comes after, is called Fate/Zero. And it’s beautiful.