Howdy-do, guys, gals, and non-binary pals! Welcome back to my State of the Bookshelf Address, a three-part section on this blog where I list down everything – and I mean everything – that I have on my TBR.
Last time, I did the physical books edition whereI talked about all the physical books on my shelf that I had to get around to reading. I’ve gotten around to reading a handful of them, but I’m afraid I’ve still got quite a few more to get through.
Anyway, this edition will be talking about the eBooks I’ve amassed over time which I have yet to read. (Which are…well…the phrase ‘a lot’ would be an understatement.)
It’s been over a week since I finished reading this.
I was already expecting a lot from Crier’s War because so many book bloggers whose opinions I trust loved it and couldn’t stop raving about it. So you can imagine how pleased I was that not only did this book meet my expectations, it fucking surpassed them! Read on to find out why!
Let me tell you, it was absolutely NOT easy to get reading done in between the absolute hellish week I had – but it was all worth it. I won’t bore you with descriptions of how I was positively buried under wild amounts of work this week, but suffice it to say that I absolutely felt it necessary to sacrifice some things (like sleep lol) just to get some reading in. That’s how much I adored this book.
But enough about me and my woes! Let’s get on with the review!
(As always, thank you Shealea @ Shut Up, Shealea for having me on this tour, and for always boosting Asian authors!)