If you’re reading this, I’m officially done with my school semester, and it’s summer break… and we all know what that means! Time for my 2nd Annual Summer 24-Hour Readathon!
I have decided that the best way to return to blogging in these dire times is with a fun post. So here we are! This wasn't originally supposed to be a post! However, I was thinking about dreams the other day, and I realized that when I was younger, most of my craziest dreams had to do with Harry Potter (and Percy Jackson).
I correctly predicted the killer in One of Us is Lying just by reading the first chapter, and I now think very highly of my guessing skills because of that achievement.
Well, I think it’s awfully convenient that this particular post caused some chaos when I accidentally posted it too soon. I schedule posts to tell myself when they should go up, but I usually end up posting it days later, anyway. What's the point, you ask? I have no idea.
Despite several predictable plot points and non-surprising “reveals”, I absolutely loved this book. Although I was very excited for The Queen of Nothing, the only expectation I had for this book was for it to explain the ending events of The Wicked King in a satisfying way. And after that happened, everything else was just very enjoyable bonus content.