Three Dark Crowns Book Review

hello my lovelies,

Today post is a little bit different then my usual posts. I saw that I haven’t reviewed a book in a long time, and I thought that I should start doing that again. I was event so close to record a video and do a book review, but my shyness got the best of me and just was happy with what I recorded. Moving on, if you guys are interested let me know in the comments below if you want me to do a book review in a video. Back to the book review, today I want to review Three Dark Crowns, I’m sure you’ve heard of it, and if not then this post is for you. I should mention that this will be spoiler free.


The Story is about, triplet sisters, three queens, essentially competing for the throne.  Katharine, Arsinoe and Mirabella each live in different parts of the land, each have a different power, and each have a different group of supporters aiding them. Each sister has to fight for THE CROWN. And it’s not just a game of win or loses…it’s a life or death. The night the sisters turn sixteen, the battle begins.

In this case, Katharine is a poisoner who wields deadly cocktails; Arsinoe is a naturalist – at one with nature and animals – and not very good at it (nobody expects her to win the throne); Mirabella is an elemental and clearly the strongest of the three, her powers by far the most developed.

When kingdom come, there will be one. 

My Thoughts,

You have to admit, that sounds pretty evil and … amazing! I wish it held up to its story, I felt the concept is already strong, but it felt boring in the first half. The second half of the book, I got so interested, and because I fell asleep reading the first half I forgot some of the characters names that I actually went back and forth. However, there is a good side to this book, and there is a light. The ending is very amazing, and you should keep reading it until you get to the ending.  The story is actually darker then you think, some parts were so predicted but it still got me like  21969057

Rating: 3.5/5 stars! Interesting after the second half

Let me know if you read this book or if your interested in reading it, and if you already have, who was your favorite queen?


The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry


Title: The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry
Author: Gabrielle Zevin
Genre: fiction
Publisher: Viking
Pages: 272
Price: $30

Book Description

On the faded Island Books sign hanging over the porch of the Victorian cottage is the motto “No Man Is an Island; Every Book Is a World.” A. J. Fikry, the irascible owner, is about to discover just what that truly means. [Click to read the full description on Good Reads]

My thoughts


This book is not my favorite, but it is very close to me. I would read it again, some events that happen in the book I felt were unnecessary but then again it’s a story. The description of the town and the library made me feel that I was living there and walking down the streets of the town. I like how the story is set in a small town that you can only get to it by a boat, I always dreamed of living in a town like that having one library in town though is a bit sad to me. Anyways, aside from that I like all the characters, the little kid is adorable she reminded me of Matilda (if you never seen the movie GO and watch it NOW). This book was the kind of book that made me awwhh, warm, sad, happy, smile, and loved. I suggest all book readers and book lovers to go and read this book. You will find A.J a bit of a jerk at the begging but then you will fall in love with him. I love reading book but I don’t pay attention for grammar and writing style I just like reading the story, and this story I found it very good.


I give this book 4 star