Man, what a ride. This book was so long, but it was all good. Everything that happened and that was described felt absolutely necessary in the scheme of things, and I didn't skip a word. It completely absorbed me and when I finished I felt like I had finished a journey of my own.
Right now I feel like I'm emerging slowly from a long and arduous (though not unpleasant) journey through the Chalced states. I found myself neglecting everyday chores and even turning off my phone so I wouldn't be interrupted by friends while reading. It's been a very long time since I've been so immersed in a book that I hadn't lost interest and checked social media every 30 minutes.
Sometimes, deciding if a book is 5 stars or 4 is as easy as pressing a button. But sometimes it's more difficult. This was such a time... But ultimately I'm going to settle for 4 stars.
Absolutely brilliant! The narrator did an amazing job here, and it just reaffirmed my love for audiobooks! The writing was so descriptive and immersive, and the narrator had the perfect tone and speed at all times! This was one of the times I watched the movie before reading the book, and I always loved the movie, but now I can really understand more about what the directors were trying to convey.
Rating: 2 Stars Date Started: 18 April 2017 Date Finished: 30 April 2017 Pages: 320 Genre: Fantasy I really didn't enjoy this book. I'm not sure if it was due to the narrator, or just because it's one of those books that just wasn't for me, but the whole time I listened to it I kinda… Continue reading Book Review: All the Birds in the Sky
When I received a copy of this from Netgalley, I couldn't really put it on my shelf and forget about it though, so I started reading it promptly. I went into it not knowing what to expect at all though. I mean I couldn’t quite imagine for myself where a book about unicorns would go... There’s surprisingly few books about the subject out there!