A beautiful, intrigue-packed sequel that’s a treasure in its own right.
Gods carved into living bones; disappointing dragons; very bad military decisions; boring dryads; and letters I kept falling asleep reading.
A nonbinary Seminole teen discovers they’re the god of magic from another world – and the rest of their pantheon wants them very, very dead.
Easily one of the best books I’ve read this year.
Absolutely nothing about this book stood out for me.
A strong finale to a wonderful trilogy!
The music industry as religion + aliens, and spirits of the land at war with each other.
Eight DNFs in one month feels like a lot.
A gothic mansion with swords and monsters, and an investigative journalist AI!
I did not think this could be better than the first book, but folx, IT WAS EVEN BETTER THAN THE FIRST BOOK!
One book I loved, with massive misogyny problems; one book I could barely stand, that had so much potential it didn’t live up to.