I finally read it!
I don’t know why it took so long to get around to this Chaos Walking finale. (Well, I kinda do – I wanted to reread the first two books so I wouldn’t be confused by the final one, as I often get to the last book in a series and realised I can’t remember anything about the previous books. Does anyone else get this? I also often get to the end of a book and think, ‘I loved that’ and then can’t remember the name of the main character. Is this normal?!)
Please be aware that, although I will try not to spoil Monsters of Men, this review will contain spoilers for The Knife of Never Letting Go and The Ask and the Answer, so don’t read this if you haven’t finished those.
Slightly different post today, though still book-related – just not a published book! I wanted to post the first properly edited part of the children’s/YA adventure book I’m currently working on. I’m still working out some kinks but hoped that you guys might like to have a read and give me some advice. I’m not afraid of criticism, so don’t hold back!
Also, I’d like to see if this makes people want to read on and find out what happens next, so I decided against a plot summary on here.
This awesome tag was created by icebreaker694. I haven’t been tagged for this but decided to do it anyway!
Rules are as follows-
- Respond to mine and icebreaker694’s post in comments (so we know if you can participate).
- Read through Q&A below.
- Answer the questions in your own post .
- Choose at least 3 to 5 other bloggers to participate!
Hi! I came up with this idea for a book tag because I love Queen and wanted to combine this with my love of books. I believe there’s been a Freddie Mercury book tag but as far as I know, there’s no Bohemian Rhapsody book tag so I’ve made one!
I’ll tag people at the end but everyone please feel free to do it if you want to 🙂 and it’d be lovely if you could link back here in your post!
1. Mama, just killed a man – A fictional character’s death that really upset you?