✨Witchlands Series Reread Update✨

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I just finished Bloodwitch and I am all up in my feels again! The majority of the first half I had a vague idea of what was happening and the direction the book was going but I completely forgot the second half of this book as it’s been over 2 years now that I read it. I loved that we get so much more of Aeduan and his point of view and we learn more about his background. Him finding out who his father was and then the flashbacks to his childhood and how out of control of his powers he was and the subsequent ostracization. Seeing him slowly fall in love with Iseult is just so precious, trying to deny his feelings because he believes he actually can’t feel because he is this monster. Then coming to the realisation and accepting his feelings, telling Iseult and then being dragged apart again. One thing I have found about this book was that it was a little hard to visualise what was happening at the end. It was all a little frantic and rushed and I couldn’t picture the setting at all and how the doors in the mountain was set up. Where exactly the standoff with Merik and the Fury was taking place at and how they ended up there in the first place. I was taking my time and reading quite slowly to try and take everything in but I was still just that little bit confused. Other than that I love the progression of all of the character and where they have ended up and I am sooo excited to finally be able to dive into Witchshadow fresh and updated.

✨Witchlands Series Reread Update✨

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Look what I finally received in the mail!!! I am soooo beyond excited to finally have Witchshadow in my possession and I am going to be able to continue this series in the very near future. I still have to reread Bloodwitch which will happen hopefully this week or even next week and then I can finally move on and see where the series will go next! I’m not quite sure how many books are going to be in this series, but I’m pretty sure there is going to be another one after Witchshadow. There are so many storylines still up in the air and so much is happening at the moment that I’m sure Susan Dennard could potentially stretch this out to even  8-10 books which I am definitely here for and will continue to read I’m sure! 

5 Quotes from Last 5 Books

These are five of my favourite quotes from the last five books that I have read!!

A Song Below Water by Bethany C. Morrow

“I’m not a monster because I live in a world that gives me impossible choices.”

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Sightwitch by Susan Dennard

“We value things more when we know they won’t last forever.”

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Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty

“They say it’s good to let your grudges go, but I don’t know, I’m quite fond of my grudge. I tend it like a little pet.”

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All the Tides of Fate by Adalyn Grace

“I would move mountains for you. I would chase down the stars just so you could hold one.”

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Namesake by Adrienne Young

“I left you there because I have never loved anything in my life like I love you. Not Isolde. Not the trade. Nothing.”

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August Wrap Up

This month was a little bit average in term of the amount of books I read, but I did enjoy each of them a lot so it kind of makes up for it I guess! I have high hopes for September though so hopefully I am on the upswing again.

In August I read:

Fable by Adrienne Young – ⭐️4/5 stars

Namesake by Adrienne Young – ⭐️4/5 stars

All the Tides of Fate by Adalyn Grace – ⭐️3/5 stars

Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty – ⭐️4/5 stars

Sightwitch by Susan Dennard – ⭐️3/5 stars

✨Witchlands Series Reread✨

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I think similar to my first experience reading this book it was a great insight to a lot of the lore and historical aspects of the Witchlands and the history of the magic. Even though this was quite short I feel like this book really laid the foundations for the rest of the series. Finding out about Eridyisa and how she was a sightwitch and the doors she created and the 12 paladins was very interesting and I was very much engaged in her diary entries. I wasn’t as engaged with Ryber’s point of view as what I probably should have. Again super interesting seeing all the other sightwitches being called and her having to delve into the mountain on her own to find out the cause. But once she goes down there it was just a little difficult for me to actually envision the whole scenario. I highly appreciated all of the illustrations that were added in, they were illuminating and gave me an idea of what was actually chasing her through the mountain. If this was a full length novel that really went in depth about sightwitches and how Ryber found them and a whole comprehensive storyline I think I would of definitely loved this a lot more than I do now.