Jennifer L. Armentrout Announces Oblivion (and I describe it in 100 words or less)

Read the announcement on JLA’s blog here http://www.jenniferarmentrout.com/oblivion/

Hey kitten oblivion

So this is what Oblivion means for us

  1. First off, we get more Daemon Black
  2. we only have to wait until December to get our hands on it
  3. NEW scenes from the Lux series!

This will definitely not cure my craze for other POVs from JLA, (I have no regrets about staying up into the wee hours scourging her blog— Seth’s POV from the pool scene! Dead.) but this will certainly help 😀

Grave Mercy (His Fair Assassin #1), by Robin LaFevers

5/5 stars 

Reccomended for: fans of Throne of Glassnunneries, or series that are all told from a different characters’ point of view (which I rarely am)

Review:Grave mercy

Lo-ove!

Lately, I’ve been reading books about assassins, and this one was great! There were lots of surprises, and for the most part the story flowed really well. There were a couple of scenes were the action was hard to follow, but everything still made sense. The were a few things I totally missed until Ye happened, like the fact that Anne was only 12. I will definitely be reading the next book, but I’m sad to lose Ismae’s POV! Gavriel seems like a great match for her, and I would love to hear more about the two of them. He was a very full character that seemed pretty realistic, and I loved that the romance went from their loathing of each other, to the reader realizing that over time, they really began to like each other. I am sad that, in my opinion, there was not very much description of what the characters looked like, this makes me have a hard time picturing them. Occasionally a character would be called pretty or ugly, or old or heavy.

As the tagline says, why be the sheep when you can be the wolf?