Sabe aqueles livros que você precisa ter na estante?
Pois é, as duas edições de Histórias de Ninar para Garotas Rebeldes fazem parte desse grupo.
Além de serem livros lindos de se olhar, em capa dura, com ilustrações lindíssimas e fitinha de cetim, os livros são organizados apenas por mulheres e trazem, cada um, as histórias de 100 mulheres contadas no formato de fábula.
Ou seja, MARAVILHOSO.
Tem mulher de todos os lugares, de todas as áreas, tem mulher cientista, mulher esportista, cantoras, escritoras, enfim, é mulher de todo jeito.
Vocês gostam de livros nesse estilo? Me contem nos comentários.
Yay!!! It's almost time for April and you know what that means? That means it's time for book challenges! So, I just posted this challenge up and you'll noticed that this challenge looks WAY CLEANER than March's challenge and I'm hoping to keep the rest of the #bookphotosundays challenges like this!
Post up your book photos every Sunday to participate and these themes. However, you don't necessarily have to post every Sunday and you don't necessarily have to follow these themes. You are free to post any photo you like for this challenge.
If you are participating in this challenge, then either tag me in any of your photos or repost this challenge either in your highlights or your own photos so I would know who's participating in this challenge.
Last but NOT LEAST, please use the hashtag #aprilbookphotosundays for each of your photos and for your participation reposts.
Have fun with this challenge and I can't wait to see what photos you have in store for April!
“I am going to keep on defying you. I am going to shame you with my defiance. You remind me that I am a mere mortal and you are a prince of Faerie. Well, let me remind you that means you have much to lose and I have nothing. You may win in the end, you may ensorcell me and hurt me and humiliate me, but I will make sure you lose everything I can take from you on the way down. I promise you this is the least of what I can do.” ― Holly Black, The Cruel Prince
Wow! This book is dark and devious and completely unexpected! The main character, Jude, was 7 when her parents were murdered and she and her two sisters were “stolen away to live in the treacherous High Court of Faerie.” Fast forward ten years, and no one is really fully bad or fully good, but none of them can be trusted. It took me a bit to get completely invested in the story, but now that I’ve read it, I can’t seem to stop thinking about it!! 4/5 s! I honestly don’t read a ton of fantasy, and my only experience with faeries has been ACOTAR, which is actually NOTHING like this book if you’re wondering.
Also, can we just take a moment to appreciate how BEAUTIFUL the cover of the next book, The Wicked King is?!? And then can we take a looong moment to lament that it doesn’t come out until January 2019!!!
Do you guys always read your subscription books right when you get them? I am notoriously terrible about getting behind on them. It is my current bookish goal to get my TBR down to where I can read them all when I get them. If you have written a review for a former Shelflove Crate book we'd love to hear what you thoughts! Make sure to send us your reviews and we may feature them on our social medias and newsletter (with credit of course).
•Everless by Sara Holland, postcard of the month, Time is Money magnet (December 'Timeless' box)