Fire Falling by Elise Kova | Book Review

I am a big BIG mess over Fire Falling. I already loved Air Awakens, but in Fire Falling the stakes are even higher than before. The magic that intrigued and enticed us in book one plays an even bigger role and became even more powerful than before, we get to read more about that smoking forbidden romance that we glimpsed in the first book, and there’ll be twists that you won’t see coming and will BLOW your mind. Fire Falling was every bit the wild ride I expected it to be (and then some more). Fire Falling pretty much picks up where Air Awakens ended. And it’s intense. This whole book is intense. The story progressed considerably and at a nice consistent speed, which kept me on the edge…

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Cover Reveal: Air Awakens #2 … Fire Falling!

*deep breath* So, remember my review of Air Awakens that went live on my blog a few days ago? Remember the discussion post I wrote about it, in which I shared some of my favourite scenes from the book? Yes? Well, I have some more awesomeness to share with you today! Because today the cover of Fire Falling, Air Awakens #2, is being revealed! And it looks amazing. Absolutely gut wrenching fierce and just plain beautiful. It’s only TWO DAYS until Air Awakens releases, and I am so excited for you to read it, but I am equally excited for you to see the cover to Fire Falling! When I first saw it yesterday there might have been some squealing and hyperventilating involved, because it…

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Air Awakens by Elise Kova | Book Review

When I first heard about Air Awakens I was told it would be THE book for people that love the Throne of Glass series. Since Sarah J. Maas is one of my all-time favourite writers I was most definitely intrigued, but also a tad hesitant. If you start a book expecting so much, it is my experience that they end up a disappointment most of the time. Boy am I glad I didn’t let that hold me back, because Air Awakens was a pretty damn epic read. I’m a pretty big fan of character driven stories, and Air Awakens was just that. The protagonist, Vhalla, was a great character. I loved that I could relate with her. Her obsession with books, a bit of a…

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