The Folk of the Air Book Tag


  1. You must tag the original creator (Me, Xandra @ Starry Sky Books)
  2. Spoilers galore! You should probably read The Cruel Prince first! (You don’t really need to read The Wicked King, but that would be nice.)
  3. Answer all the questions.
  4. Try to tag at least 3 other bloggers.


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JudeA character who would probably kill you in your sleep.

*Since I’ve been reading the Anita Blake,Vampire Hunter (series) by Laurell K. Hamilton lately I’m going to say either Raina or Gabriel. *

The Killing Dance (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, #6)



Cardan: A character who seems like a Bad Guy™ but is ultimately more complex than you thought.

The only character that comes to mind is Nova from Renegades by Marissa Meyer

Renegades (Renegades, #1)


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Locke: A character (or plot twist) that made you want to throw the book.

I think the only one I can think of is The Cerulean by Amy Ewing? IDK. It’s been a pretty quiet reading year for me.

The Cerulean  (Untitled Duology #1)



Taryn: A character who deceived you.

Kaname from Vampire Knight by Matsuri Hino

Vampire Knight, Vol. 1 (Vampire Knight, #1)



Vivi: A book that was significantly different from the others in its series.

Lake Silence by Anne Bishop. I know it’s technically a different series anyway but it was a lot more mystery and thriller than the other books in the same world.

Lake Silence (The world of the Others #1; The Others #6)



Valerian: A character who just needs to die (or, you know, stabbed).

Again Raina or Gabriel work well for me right now.

The Lunatic Cafe (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter #4)



Oak: A smol™ character you would protect at all costs.

Definitely Nathaniel from the Anita Blake Series. Sorry I have that book on my mind. lol. Doing a re-read.

Narcissus in Chains (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, #10)



The Cruel Prince: A book that surprised you with a twist.




Sarah Ann Juckes (Goodreads Author)
The Proof of the Outside follows the story of Ele, who is held captive in a small room by a man known as ‘Him’. Ele is determined to prove there is a world Outside. And when she finds a hole in the wall, the proof starts leaking in. In this dark and compelling debut novel, Ele’s strong and heartbreakingly optimistic voice shines through, revealing an important lesson about the power of stories to save lives.


The Wicked King: A book you thought was better (or worse) than the first in the series.

The Lost Sisters (The Folk of the Air, #1.5)

The Lost Sisters

(The Folk of the Air #1.5)


Holly Black (Goodreads Author)
Sometimes the difference between a love story and a horror story is where the ending comes . . . 

While Jude fought for power in the Court of Elfhame against the cruel Prince Cardan, her sister Taryn began to fall in love with the trickster, Locke.Half-apology and half-explanation, it turns out that Taryn has some secrets of her own to reveal.The Lost Sisters is a companion e-novella to the New York Times bestselling novel The Cruel Prince by master writer Holly Black.


The Queen of Nothing: A book you’re excited for, but know nothing about.

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The Girl the Sea Gave Back


Adrienne Young (Goodreads Author)
An epic standalone novel set in the brutally stunning, viking inspired world that Adrienne Young crafted in her first novel, Sky In The Deep


Tagging: Mani – Audiobook Review: Cinder by Marissa Meyer — Mani’s Book Corner

HawtMess  – Book Stop – Prism Cloud — All That Mess

Isabelle @ BookwyrmBites – REVIEW: Good Riddance by Elinor Lipman — Bookwyrm Bites

State of the ARC January 2019 and a look ahead into February 2019

So I have already kind of covered my February 2019 ARCs but I didn’t do it properly and neglected to mention anything about January. So here it is.


I did badly. I only got 2 arcs done total and I needed to get like 15 done.


Here is the pie chart thing:


As you can see more than half my pie is to read total. Another large chunk is Netgalley to Read and the other one is Edelweiss to read. No large portion for read. 😦


For Feb. I have many more ARCS that are due. Let’s see how I’ll do next month. Wish me luck!