I mean seriously, I spent like 5 or 10 minutes after I was done with the book looking through wiki and Gayle’s official website for another piece of Adam and Mia, and you know what I found? You know it, Nothing!
Where she went ended like that, and that’s that… very eloquent of me. I don’t care at the moment. Is almost midnight right now, I’ll probably post this sometime tomorrow, meaning the 13th of Jan 2014. But I just finished reading Where She Went like I just mentioned and, ok, bravo to Gayle Forman because she definitely hooked me with this one, I literally read the book in half a day with intermissions, if you ask my app reader I read it in 5 hours total or so. I jumped from If I Stay right into this one because it was such a cliffhanger with the other, the way it was in the movie, which by the way is great and I must confess it was because of it and amazing Chloë Grace Moretz and Jamie Blackley, that I even considered reading it. Hey, I’m sorry if for the first time ever I said that, I was trying to be honest if you know anything about me at all or my reading style than I’m sure you’ll understand, this is a weird thing for me, to see a movie before reading the book but then again it was Chloë acting and I adore that girl.
Apparently, I didn’t write a post about the most amazing, awesome book in The Mortal Instruments Series.
Whoa, anyone would think I didn’t LOVE this book. Now you know, I did. It was great, I remember I would stay up late reading, I would wake up and read… think about it when I wasn’t reading it. Wish for Magnus to be on every freaking page but he wasn’t but that’s alright, Jace was or Izzy or Alec… I’m not a big fan of some but hey that doesn’t really matter.
What to say that won’t bring a spoiler? Hilarious, right? If you read the book, you would know every part of it has something that can be considered as such, so many details.
Oh, there’s this thing about Jace and Clary on a cave, which totally made me laugh when Jace… yeah, I can’t really say. Sorry! LOL. I totally got you there.
I’m not going to say anything, I’m sorry. This would be kind of pointless, then, wouldn’t it be? *Thinking*
If I’m to be honest, I didn’t have my hopes up for this one. There! I admit it.
With that out of the way, I can say I was: so freaking wrong. That book is great, I don’t know how Shana did it but The Time Weaver managed to capture my attention just as equally like The Smoke Thief, which is book 1 in the Drákon Series, TTW being the last statement.
I won’t say much because this one I really don’t want to say a thing, I want all to read it. I recommend it completely, of course maybe you’ll like to read the first 4 books to know what the heck is going on or at least have some idea. I’m telling you I read them all, and I had a difficult time catching up.
Yes, I decided to make these entries by book, why? Because they are all different, well in character. They all have a different set of characters as the main protagonists, so I have decided to do it like this, also because each book is great and unique; even, if they all talk about Drákon they still differ in some aspects.
I might add that they all follow a story, I have yet to read the 5th book but as far as I can tell they all have good stories, plots. Let us start.
I do not know if you read before but I found the Drakon Series and said I wanted to read it, well I am now, two months later but I am, can I say, I Love It! Shana Abe is great. The book is New Adult so far, I don’t know how it will transform later on.
Of course it has fantasy. I forgot to mention that particular fact. And I enjoyed the first part of these books very much, it had Dragons, it was all I needed.
I am on the second part, so far it has moments where my thoughts drift off but it also has interesting facts or more like parts of history, which I will definitely search for.
I must add that New Adult, Young Adult and Adult, are new terms for me. When started reading there was over 18 and the rest. So pardon me, if I don’t place the correct category. Drákon is more Adult than anything else.