The Kingdom of Copper by S.A. Chakraborty

Hello, my lovelies! I just had the amazing opportunity to wrap up the second to last book the Daevabad Trilogy by S.A. Chakraborty. Let me just say this was an emotional roller coaster I was not ready for, but I loved every moment of it! It has made its way to the top of my favorite reads of 2019, and I can not wait for the last installment to be released in February of 2020.

If you have yet to read the trilogy the story follows the lives of Ali, Nahri, and Dara. This is a POV switch story. So if that is not something you enjoy, I'm sorry because the characters are amazing. haha. To sum of the first book, City of Brass,  follows the story of a young,  medically skilled woman from, named Nahri, who discovers what her true heritage is. Being orphaned she has no idea who she is or where she truly is called to be. Living in 18th century Cairo she works along aside a doctor and as a con woman to get by. Until she is attacked by a magical being and is found by Dara (a powerful Djinn warr…

The Confectioner Chronicles by Claire Luana

The Confectioner Chronicles
by Claire Luana

So I really wanted to write a review for each book as I read them, but time got away from me and that just didn't happen as I wished it to. Time slips away from us and we wish we were one of the gifted to help us out with that. Definitely, wish I had some time magic on my side when it comes to reading and some luck magic in the dating world. I could use my self a Lucas Imbris. Anyways, I am going to do my best to give a review without spoilers. But I am not making any promises as these books stole my heart and I am so sad the series is over. 

First, I just want to address how beautiful the cover art is. Each book has a similar cover that brings them all together as a series. Guild, Coup, and Truth as all consecutive with Exile being a prequel novella covering the story of Hale, a member of the Confectioner's Guild. I did read the books in the order they are pictured here in my blog. I am not sure of the correct order, but it didn't…