Okay, listen. I was under the impression that I was reading this book fast… and you mean to tell me I read it in four weeks? Unacceptable. Time is utterly whooshing right past me.
I had a great time reading this book and I blame the pandemic for slowing my excitement.
When I requested this book, I was very intrigued by the premise. Everyone was saying "Black queer Cinderella takes down the patriarchy" and I was like, absolutely! I’ve always loved to hear about fairytale retellings, but I haven’t gotten around to reading many of them due to my interest in other books. (I'm an extreme mood reader, most of the time!)
But there was something about Cinderella Is Dead that got me hooked.
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.
Welcome aboard, my friends. You’re about to enter this whirlwind review of emotions and deep thoughts.
It’s no secret that I have been screaming about, crying about, and shoving all of Adam Silvera’s books into the arms of unsuspecting strangers at the library since I read More Happy Than Not when it was first published.
Muse of Nightmares went by quickly and amazingly... until the second half of the book. But that didn’t stop me from liking it!