Quick Fire Fantasy Tag
It's Wednesday, and you know what that means? It's time for some bookish discussions! This time around we have the 'quick fire fantasy tag'. This may have been a quick fire tag, but it sure did take some time for me to figure out what books to pick.
Here we go!
I rarely give books anything higher than a 4.5 rating because I feel like I need a certain connection with a book to give it 5 stars. So, in the spirit of good vibes, I am going to list both a manga and a book that I thought deserved 5 stars.
Seeing as this volume is far into the series, I can't talk about it too much because spoilers, but my emotions were going wild while I was reading this. After I finished it I had to sit there and calm myself down.
I spent the last 20% of this book actively trying not to cry, which says enough about why I couldn't rate this any less than 5 stars. This book just devastated me, but in the best way possible.
ALWAYS GOING TO RECOMMEND - Under the Aegis
Webcomics as a whole are underrated and I am always going to recommend that more people read them. This was one of the webcomics that I rated 5 stars because it was so good. This is a great fantasy story with found family and I was so giddy after I finished reading it.
OWN IT BUT HAVEN'T READ - The Chronicles of Narnia
Of the very few books I physically own, I have this omnibus and I have yet to actually read it. I only recently started listening to the audiobooks even though I have owned this book for a decade...
WOULD READ AGAIN - Sorcery of Thorns
I know it's coming and you know it's coming...I seriously need to read this book again. I hesitantly gave this a 4.5 rating on the condition that I read it again to see if it deserves a 5 star rating. I haven't stopped thinking about this book since I read it though.
IN ANOTHER WORLD- The Lord of the Rings
I am unsure whether I am just supposed to pick a book set in another world, or one I would like to visit. I also would repeat my answer from the last question here, but to mix things up a bit, I went with a classic answer - Middle Earth. Hobbiton just sounds like such a peaceful place to live.
BACK ON EARTH - A Discovery of Witches
As much as I would like to say every manga ever, I'm going to restrain myself by picking a book instead. While I had some issues with this book, the fact that it was set partially in Oxford's Bodleian Library did it for me. Give me a library setting and I am automatically there for it.