Honestly, I meant to post more Shadow and Bone-related things this week, but I’ll give it another week for people to continue to binge, hah! Don’t you worry, though, because I’m halfway through Crooked Kingdom and have much to say about the Netflix show that I’m bound to gush more about the Grishaverse later.
That said, some audiobook reviews are still good intermission pieces to my Grishaverse obsession…
I came across the first book through random browsings of Libby, and I thought the title was pretty nifty. When I read the blurb, it immediately interested me because a library of all your possible choices and lives? Come on, what’s not to love about this idea?
The second book I also encountered with random browsing. I was interested in it because I do love Jane Austen, and enjoyed a lot of random Austen adaptations. The book was also recommended if you were the type to enjoy books like The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society. While I did enjoy the latter, I wasn’t so keen on the former. Richard Armitage was one of the only things I liked about the book, to be honest. And maybe the occasional talks about Austen and her works. I didn’t care so much for the drama otherwise.