Sunday, July 3, 2016

Book Review: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo // Striped Floral Maxi

This is my first post of summer sixteen. I had the strongest feeling ever that this summer would be exactly as I wanted to be, and it has been, largely due to the lovely people I've been surrounding myself with. I've been reading tons (I've got a whole school year's worth of books to catch up on, not to mention Harry Potter to reread before The Cursed Child) and I'm so flipping stoked about it. I'm going to start writing more soon, my flowers are looking beautiful, and Ramadan (the Muslims' holy month of fasting) has been marvelous, even though I've been slacking way too much and it ends in just a day. About sixteen days ago I finished Leigh Bardugo's masterpiece of Six of Crows. I cannot wait to meet her when she goes on tour for the sequel, Crooked Kingdom. All the stars. All the stars for this book. With all the rave and how this book looked and just the sort of sense I got about it, I had a really good feeling about it. Nine months after its publication date I read it. Give. Me. More. A spoiler FILLED review, my full outfit and a chance for you to (please!) leave YOUR thoughts in the comments lie ahead. 

Book Review: Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo // Striped Floral Maxi

This is my first post of summer sixteen. I had the strongest feeling ever that this summer would be exactly as I wanted to be, and it has been, largely due to the lovely people I've been surrounding myself with. I've been reading tons (I've got a whole school year's worth of books to catch up on, not to mention Harry Potter to reread before The Cursed Child) and I'm so flipping stoked about it. I'm going to start writing more soon, my flowers are looking beautiful, and Ramadan (the Muslims' holy month of fasting) has been marvelous, even though I've been slacking way too much and it ends in just a day. About sixteen days ago I finished Leigh Bardugo's masterpiece of Six of Crows. I cannot wait to meet her when she goes on tour for the sequel, Crooked Kingdom. All the stars. All the stars for this book. With all the rave and how this book looked and just the sort of sense I got about it, I had a really good feeling about it. Nine months after its publication date I read it. Give. Me. More. A spoiler FILLED review, my full outfit and a chance for you to (please!) leave YOUR thoughts in the comments lie ahead.