This Fantastic Beasts meets Assassin’s Creed novel has everything I love in a good fantasy series. I’m excited for more!
Queen of Air and Darkness was the end to yet another Cassandra Clare trilogy I didn’t know I needed. While somehow continuing to deliver a masterful story inside of the Shadowhunter world she’s been building since 2007
This may be the first novel I’ve ever read that I needed to take breaks from and write notes for. It’s such an enigma, but strategically so.
Wow, how do I even begin this review? I have SO MANY FEELINGS about this book. It’s set in African folklore, all about that black girl magic, AND it’s a response piece to police brutality against black bodies? UGH, slay me, Tomi. And don’t even get me started on the fact that Tomi is my age (26) and out here slaying her FIRST NOVEL and already has a movie deal?! UGH, slay me AGAIN, Tomi!!!!!!!!