The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo

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Easily the most beautiful book I’ve read this year. Yes, it’s a part of the Grishaverse from Shadow and Bone trilogy and Six of Crows duology. However, Leigh Bardugo made it possible to read for someone who has never been introduced to this worldbuilding.

“They pray that their children will be brave and clever and strong, that they will tell the true stories instead of the easy ones. They pray for sons with red eyes and daughters with horns.” 

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I love reading fairytales since I was a child and even growing up, I like to take out my Grimms Brothers Tales out and read a few every night. There’s a magical feeling in those tales. As if the writing style and the characters are so unique to the genre that you can’t find nothing like it anywhere else. 

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Leigh Bardugo never disappoints me. In fact, she is the only YA…

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