Saturday, 4 June 2016

May Wrap Up

1.The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold 
I read this book on a whim and highly enjoyed it. It is a book set in the 1980s which in the context of the story made it more intriguing. There were parts of it which were disturbing and hard to read but necessary to the story being told. I was very satisfied with the ending and the fact that it was a little open-ended felt true to the book.

2.The Mistborn Trilogy by Brandon Sanderson
I have already posted a review of this series on my blog if you want to know more of my thoughts and opinions. However, my overall thoughts on the series were that I loved it and it had one of my favourite plots that I've ever read. I would recommend it to pretty much everyone - whether you enjoy fantasy or not.

3.The Law of Alloy by Brandon Sanderson
This is the fourth book in the Mistborn series but its more of a separate series with a different set of characters. It was a great continuation of the series and it was interesting to see how the world becoming more modernised affected the lives of the characters.. It definintely has a more mysterious feel to it than the earlier books and I'm excited to read the next book soon.

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