My TBR list is a meme hosted by Michelle at Because Reading which aims to help knock a few books off our TBR piles by letting everyone else vote on what we should read!
** POTENTIAL SPOILER WARNING: This month I’m featuring sequels (Calamity & Glass Sword), so the synopses for these potentially contain spoilers for earlier books. **
In the Witchlands, there are almost as many types of magic as there are ways to get in trouble—as two desperate young women know all too well.
Safiya is a Truthwitch, able to discern truth from lie. It’s a powerful magic that many would kill to have on their side, especially amongst the nobility to which Safi was born. So Safi must keep her gift hidden, lest she be used as a pawn in the struggle between empires.
Iseult, a Threadwitch, can see the invisible ties that bind and entangle the lives around her—but she cannot see the bonds that touch her own heart. Her unlikely friendship with Safi has taken her from life as an outcast into one of reckless adventure, where she is a cool, wary balance to Safi’s hotheaded impulsiveness.
Safi and Iseult just want to be free to live their own lives, but war is coming to the Witchlands. With the help of the cunning Prince Merik (a Windwitch and ship’s captain) and the hindrance of a Bloodwitch bent on revenge, the friends must fight em
I’ve heard SO much about Truthwitch, and the fact that Robin Hobb praised it is basically enough to arouse my curiosity! I’ve borrowed a copy so I’ll definitely be getting to it eventually!
The crown calls her an impossibility, a fake, but as she makes her escape from Maven, the prince—the friend—who betrayed her, Mare uncovers something startling: she is not the only one of her kind.
Pursued by Maven, now a vindictive king, Mare sets out to find and recruit other Red-and-Silver fighters to join in the struggle against her oppressors.
But Mare finds herself on a deadly path, at risk of becoming exactly the kind of monster she is trying to defeat.
Will she shatter under the weight of the lives that are the cost of rebellion? Or have treachery and betrayal hardened her forever?
I didn’t love Red Queen as much as I wanted to, and I was left with a lot of questions, but I’m excited about the sequel and hopefully getting some more answers. I loved the premise, and this will likely determine my feelings on the series one way or another.
When Calamity lit up the sky, the Epics were born. David’s fate has been tied to their villainy ever since that historic night. Steelheart killed his father. Firefight stole his heart. And now Regalia has turned his closest ally into a dangerous enemy.
David knew Prof’s secret, and kept it even when Prof struggled to control the effects of his Epic powers. But facing Obliteration in Babilar was too much. Once the Reckoners’ leader, Prof has now embraced his Epic destiny. He’s disappeared into those murky shadows of menace Epics are infamous for the world over, and everyone knows there’s no turning back…
But everyone is wrong. Redemption is possible for Epics—Megan proved it. They’re not lost. Not completely. And David is just about crazy enough to face down the most powerful High Epic of all to get his friend back. Or die trying.
The last book in the series.
I loved both Steelheart & Firefight, and I’ve already used one of my audible credits to pre-order the audiobook of this one. It’s actually the only Sanderson series I’ve read but it’s definitely made me excited to pick up other series of his.
Rereading Throne of Glass: what do you think I should do?
- Reread all the books: the finale only comes once, get it right! (33%, 1 Votes)
- Reread none: life's too short and there are so many other great books! (33%, 1 Votes)
- Reread 1 or 2: meet in the middle (33%, 1 Votes)
Total Voters: 3