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Catwoman: Soulstealer (DC Icons series Book 3) by Sarah J Maas Review

Hey ForeverBookers, 
I’m so sorry that I’ve been absent from blogging for so long! I haven’t been very well just recently. I’m better now, though 🙂. 
I’ve just finished Catwoman by Sarah J Maas and I enjoyed it!!!
3.5 Stars! 
I read Catwoman: Soulstealer for a few readathons: 
The September Book Bingo on Facebook, the new release category. 
The Litwits readathon for a female protagonist because Catwoman is a girl, obviously. 
Reading Rivalry - A book featuring a wanted criminal. Catwoman is that character.
Popsugar 2018 challenge - A book featuring an animal in the title - although it’s not about Cats, it’s called Catwoman. 
My OWLS exams - Shapeshifter/Cat on the cover - there’s a cat motif on the Waterstones exclusive hardcover. 
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Catwoman tells the story of Selina Kyle who becomes the infamous Catwoman to ultimately try to save her younger sister, Maggie from an illness. This requires her to steal valuable items to get money. Can she come to terms with stealing? Does she …
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Shadows at Stonewylde (Stonewylde Book 4) by Kit Berry Review

Hey Readers, 
I’ve just finished “Shadows At Stonewylde”, and I loved it!!! It was a reread from when I was around 16 years old I think (so a while ago!) and I enjoyed it much more than I did when I first read it. I think that might be because most of the characters are adults in this story, like I am now. I could understand our lead character, Leveret better as well, because I’d gone through being a teenager, whereas before when I read it I was still a teenager.
5 Stars!!!
I read “Shadows At Stonewylde” for a few readathons again. This time they are:
Reading Rivalry - A book with a prophecy in it. There are actually a few prophecies in the story, one of which I mention below in the spoilers section. 
Popsugar 2018 challenge - A book about an antihero or antiheroine. The main character, Leveret is what i call a antiheroine. 
August Book Bingo - Unaware of powers trope - Leveret isn’t aware of her ability to predict the future. 
My OWLS exams - divination (features a prophecy).
“Shadows At Sto…

The Language Of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo Review

Hey ForeverBookers, 

The Language Of Thorns” is made up of several novellas. They’re fairytales set in different parts of the Grishaverse. You can read them before or after “The Grisha Trilogy”. I read it after, although not straight after. It’s been at least a couple of years for me between reading the original trilogy and the novellas.


I read this for a few readathon again 🙂. They are: 
The Weekendathon - a Facebook readathon that my friend is hosting. 
Reading Rivalry - for the author highlight category. We could either read something from Leigh Bardugo, as I did, Marissa Meyer or Agatha Christie.
August Book Bingo - a book by a hyped author because Leigh Bardugo is hyped! 
Spoilers Below

“Ayama And The Thorn Wood” - Zemeni
I enjoyed this novella.
3.5 Stars!
It tells the story of two families, a rich family with two sons, one of which will become the King and the other was born as an ugly wolf figure. The other family is poor and has two daughters. Ayama the main character in this short st…

Scythe (The Arc Of The Scythe Book 1) by Neil Shusterman Review

Hey ForeverBookers, 
I’ve just finished “Scythe” by Neil Shusterman. I was really surprised by how much I enjoyed it because it’s written by a male author. If you know me then you know that I generally don’t reach for books written by men. It had an exciting plot as well as great characters who were always surprising me. 

5 Stars!!!!!!!!!!!!
Citra and Rowan are our two main characters. They become apprentice Scythes at the beginning of “Scythe”. Michael Faraday (he’s known as Faraday in the novel), their mentor is a mysterious character, who I don’t think we’re ever meant to be sure of until the end. The first part of the plot surrounds these three characters as they get to know each other and Citra and Rowan learn what they’re going to have to do to actually become scythes. 
A scythe is a weapon. Scythes in this world are the people who control the population. “Scythe” is set in the future. “2042. It’s a year that every schoolchild knows.” This is significant because 2042 is only 24 year…

Two Princes Of Summer (Book 1 in the Whims Of Fae series) by Nissa Leder Review

Hi ForeverBookers, 
I’ve just finished a great fantasy book! “Two Princes Of Summer” by Nissa Leder is a story centred around a girl who goes to the fae land for a better life...does she get that, though? 
“Two Princes Of Summer”, is told in third person, which worked as the story focused on lots of different elements. It would have been confusing to have different perspectives, and i don’t think that it would have really worked with just one, as there are parts of the story that the lead character isn’t a part of. The story only took me a day to read as well 🙂.

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/39980204-two-princes-of-summer - the Goodreads link to Two Princes Of Summer.
I read this for certain readathons. They are: 
A book with war qualities to it for Reading Rivalry - https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=2390722221154102&ref=content_filter
A book with mythical creatures for Book Bingo through the Book Democracy - https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=213153302591458&ref=conte…