Tagged with The Raven Boys

Birthday Haul!

Birthday Haul!

Hi :) I guess this is a bit later than I had planned, but better late than never, right? :) About two weeks ago I turned 17, and now I thought I would show you some of the goodies I got (SPOILER ALERT: *whispers* most of them are books). Are You Ready? Are You? You … Continue reading

Quote of the Day

Quote of the Day

“My words are unerring tools of destruction, and I’ve come unequipped with the ability to disarm them.” – Maggie Stiefvater (The Raven Boys)

Reading Update: April

Reading Update: April

Hey :) So, the month of April is over and May is here :). Sadly, thanks to school, my reading this month haven’t been at its best, but I still think I did okay. I’m currently home from school due to an unsignificant Swedish holiday-thingy (Yay :D), which made it possible for me to finish … Continue reading

Quote of the Day

Quote of the Day

“Gansey derived a large part of his pleasure from meeting goals, and a large part of that large part was pleased by meeting goals efficiently. There was nothing more efficient than aiming for your destination as the crow flew.” – Maggie Stiefvater (The Raven Boys)

Quote of the Day

Quote of the Day

“You are being self-pitying.” “I’m nearly done. You don’t have much more of this to bear.” “I like you better this way.” “Crushed and broken,” Gansey said. “Just the way women like ’em.” – Maggie Stiefvater (The Raven Boys)

Quote of the Day

Quote of the Day

“She recognized the strange happiness that came from loving something without knowing why you did, that strange happiness that was sometimes so big that it felt like sadness. It was the way she felt when she looked at the stars.” – Maggie Stiefvater (The Raven Boys)

Review: The Raven Boys

Review: The Raven Boys

Title: The Raven Boys Author: Maggie Stiefvater Publication Date: September 18th 2012 Length: 409 pages (Hardcover) Series: The Raven Cycle #1 Synopsis from Goodreads: Every year, Blue Sargent stands next to her clairvoyant mother as the soon-to-be dead walk past. Blue herself never sees them—not until this year, when a boy emerges from the dark … Continue reading