Author: Robin LaFevers

Epic Recs Review: Grave Mercy

Posted February 23, 2015 by Pixie in book review, epic recs, Pixie / 3 Comments
Epic Recs Review: Grave Mercy

I’m glad to be taking part in my first Epic Recs! Thankfully, it was a book I’d already been recommended numerous times by many of my reader friends, so this only gave me more of a push to finally get around to it. But Lyn and I paired up-and she insisted I read it. I wasn’t too disappointed either.  😀 Grave Mercy was mostly one of those first books for me that I know I’ll need to continue the series to get more enjoyment out of the series. It has a slow burn, but it’s certainly a good read because I did more »

Book Review: Grave Mercy

Posted November 28, 2014 by Lyn Kaye in book review, Lyn / 6 Comments
Book Review: Grave Mercy

Grave Mercy has gained a reputation as owning their own cult following.  Mention the book, and watch the rabid fans come arunnin’. Fan-cultivated world-of-mouth advertising has bitten me before, such as The Fifth Wave, and I find it too uncomfortable to speak out about books that everyone loved, except for me. Grave Mercy was placed on the back burner for a very long time due to this issue. After finding myself not falling in love with the Throne of Glass series, I was way too paranoid to start this one. When the cooler temperatures rolls around, and I found myself for more »

Book Review: Mortal Heart

Posted October 13, 2014 by Kara in book review / 5 Comments
Book Review: Mortal Heart

Oh my godddddddddddd. It’s safe to say that Mortal Heart was my most anticipated release of 2014 and I have to tell you, it did not disappoint one bit.  Annith’s story was the perfect conclusion to this spellbinding trilogy.  His Fair Assassin just ends so perfectly.  Of course, I still want MORE – I want books about every single characters, obviously – but I could not have asked for a better conclusion. From the get-go I fell in love with Annith.  Told from Ismae’s and Sybella’s points of view, Annith was pure goodness and light.  But once we actually get more »