Every Exquisite Thing – Cassandra Clare

Every Exquisite Thing by Cassandra Clare My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars Yay diverse rep! But man, Anna, you fall in love faster than a Disney character. I wanted to like Anna so much, but she just didn't get enough development over the course of this novella (and can you really be surprised, it's a … Continue reading Every Exquisite Thing – Cassandra Clare

A Deeper Love – Cassandra Clare

A Deeper Love by Cassandra Clare My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars I would like to just be frustratingly vague right now: Yes, please - but also, that one part... oh yeah it’s never happened before (but we know it happens in TMI) so let’s just annoying allude to it and make everyone lusty for … Continue reading A Deeper Love – Cassandra Clare

Escaping from Houdini – Kerri Maniscalco

Escaping from Houdini by Kerri Maniscalco My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars The Stalking Jack the Ripper series is quite hard to place for me. There are so many great moments of promise within the series, but yet somehow ends up not feeling quite right to me. I did enjoy this book the most so … Continue reading Escaping from Houdini – Kerri Maniscalco

Learn About Loss – Cassandra Clare

Learn About Loss by Cassandra Clare My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars My reaction to the story: I’m not crying. You’re crying. While this was not the most exciting of tales, it did lay some of the foundational groundwork for Kit Herondale. I love the Herondales, so I want to know more about their familial … Continue reading Learn About Loss – Cassandra Clare

Cast Long Shadows – Cassandra Clare

Cast Long Shadows by Cassandra Clare My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars Too many children. Who do you belong to? I’m so confused! That is honestly my biggest qualm about this series of novellas. I don't feel that I know any of the characters well enough yet to know their unique personalities and tell them … Continue reading Cast Long Shadows – Cassandra Clare

City of Glass – Cassandra Clare (Re-Read)

City of Glass by Cassandra Clare My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars City of Glass sent me on an emotional rollercoaster. You know characters are well written when you viscerally feel the emotions that they are experiencing, you connect with them as if they are real people and cannot help but be completed enamoured with … Continue reading City of Glass – Cassandra Clare (Re-Read)