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Top 5 Favorite Books of 2018

Over the span of this year I managed to read 72 books and from those, I have picked the top 5 which I enjoyed the most, so without further ado here are my 5 favorite reads from 2018.

1.) Up first we have Queen of Air and Darkness by Cassandra Clare, which is the final book in the Dark Artifices trilogy. I started this series at the beginning of the year and once I finished Lord of Shadows I could not wait for this book to come out, and let me say it did not disappoint. The ending of Lord of Shadows left me needing to find out what was going to happen, and with all that went on in this book, it was well worth the wait. This book took us to places we've never gone before and went deeper into Shadowhunter mythology and I loved it so much.

2.) Second on the list is Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J. Maas, which is the final book in the Throne of Glass series. Although I have had problems with some parts of the story, I still love the characters and world of these books and seeing it come to a…

Spoiler Review of Queen of Air and Darkness by Cassandra Clare

Just a few days ago I finished Queen of Air and Darkness, which is the final book in the Dark Artifices trilogy by Cassandra Clare, and I am speechless. The Dark Artifices is my favorite series by Clare yet and I was so happy to see it wrapped up.

I love seeing the relationship of the Blackthorn family, and seeing all of them together in this book made it even better. The death of Livvy was so devastating at the end of Lord of Shadows but by having them all together again at last helped.

One thing I love about this series the most is the relationship between Kit and Ty, I just adore the way they act with each other and how Kit would do anything to make Ty happy. At the end of the book when Kit decided to leave with Jem and Tessa I was so sad because there was still business left between him and Ty, but I guess I'll just have to wait for the Wicked Powers to see what happens.

This book did take a strange turn for me when Emma and Julian were transported to Thule, because a large fo…

Spoiler Review of Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J. Maas

It's been quite a while since I last posted but I have finally returned with another review! Not too long ago I finished reading Kingdom of Ash by Sarah J. Maas which is the final book in the Throne of Glass series and I absolutely loved it!

Throne of Glass is one of my favorite series and although my feelings have changed for it over time I still love it. The main thing I struggled with throughout the series was the abrupt change in relationships from Aelin and Chaol to Aelin and Rowan. It just felt so unnatural to me and I couldn't stand it, and although I learned to live with it, it still did bug me. The other thing was the unnecessary sexual scenes that are thrown in because, in my opinion, a young adult book should not go that far with something like that.

In this book, I found that the relationship was a lot more bearable because they weren't constantly wanting to get with each other and the series was brought back to its roots with all the battle and action that was…