Looks like another series I have to catch up on over the summer break. Lucky Uni doesn’t start until March! Kindle time!
(beware – swears)
I finished this in the car this morning, sitting in the car park at work and making myself late, absorbing the last moments of this amazing book.
In The Raven Boys Stiefvater introduced us to the world. There was so much to absorb, so many people, and new ideas, and feelings about the people and the things, that it took two readings to really understand what it *was*.
In The Dream Thieves, I understood the world better, but then we got The Grey Man and Neve and the dark, dark threat of Kravinsky, and the dreams, and there was more to learn and absorb and understand.
In Blue Lily, Lily Blue there is, as Ronan would say, no “fucking around”. The story moves along at a furious pace, and I often found…
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