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Friday! At last!
The week has mostly been uneventful for me. It was very routinary – home, work then home again – but I welcome it especially after the craziness of July. I was able to finally get back to reading and am finally almost finished with Fiona Davis’ The Masterpiece, which I will try to review this Sunday if things go as planned. So today, for FLF, I picked one of the books on my TBR.
Hushflowers always bloomed when the night was longest. The whole city celebrated the day the bundle of petals peeled apart into rich red – partly because the hushflowers were their nation’s lifeblood, and partly, Akos thought, to keep them all from going crazy in the cold.
I’ve had Carve the Mark for over a year now but I admit I waited for The Fates Divide to be released this year before putting it on my to-read schedule. I’m saving both books for my short holiday in December though so I can’t really tell you anything much about it aside from it being written in third person POV, which was kind of a surprise for me since the whole Divergent series (which I loved, except Allegiant for reasons I discussed in my review of the book way back 2013) were written in first person POV.
How about you guys, what are you reading today?
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