The third book of the series has a lot more to discuss than the second (which I also mini-review here).
Continues the series fairly well; is still a middle book.
Charming beginning to a series that I think will grow into something amazing.
Although it does have second-book-in-a-trilogy syndrome, clever structure prevents the reader from caring too much.
The series adds a new main character/couple, and just keeps getting more fun and more perilous. Love it!
Skillful short stories, but I didn’t love them so much as her second collection (Magic for Beginners).
Fantasy adventure romance, including (which I forgot to mention in the video) a girl who pretends to be a boy for [x very good reason], which is kind of my Kryptonite.
An interesting take on the classic portal fantasy trope; mostly recommended, with some big reservations.
An extremely fun Korean historical-fusion-adventure drama of a book.
A morality tale without a clear moral; an engrossing tale of friendship gone bad. Also, superpowers.