I'm a 25 year old book reviewer I review mostly contemporary Fantasy and Thrillers and I have a lot of fictional boyfriends
K. Ancrum's The Legend of the Golden Raven novella, part fairy tale and part gritty reality, follows a boy as he descends into madness.
August and Jack weren’t meant to be friends. One is a misfit with a pyro streak and the other a golden boy on the rugby team. But as their relationship intensifies, Jack slowly begins to lose his mind—taking readers on an intimate journey into the fantasy kingdom creeping into the edges of his world.
As the novella moves back and forth between a medieval legend and our own, contemporary world, nothing is as it seems. The boys alienate everyone around them as they struggle with their sanity and as Jack’s quest to fulfill a dark prophecy begins to consume them both . . .
Devour this companion novella to The Wicker King.
Review : this novella was very interesting it was from Jack's POV and we got to see what he saw and how he loves August and his fantasy world I enjoyed reading it .
You’re the love of my life, you know,” he said bravely.
In this sharp-witted romantic comedy about the clash of the classes (of all kinds), a poor girl at a rich kids' school ends up working at the school's toniest club-and gets mistaken for a boy!
In this high anticipated title, a kind of cross between HANA-KIMI and BOYS OVER FLOWERS, Haruhi is a scholarship student at an exclusive private school: Ouran High School, where it turns out the bespectacled, short-haired Haruhi is the only student from a lower-middle class family in attendance!
Then, to make matters worse, one day she breaks an $80,000 vase that belongs to one of the campus clubs-a mysterious outfit called the "Host Club," consisting of six superrich (and gorgeous) guys. Haruhi can't afford to pay back the cost of the vase, of course, so she's forced to work for the Host Club! And it's there that she discovers just how rich all the boys are and how different the rich are from you and me...And meanwhile, the eccentric but good-hearted rich boys are shocked to find out how life is on the other side...
This volume was cute the school festival is going on and the host club has received some threatening notes and its club against club football club against host club the main guy has has a childhood rivalry with kyoya since they were six . The host club ends up winning and Haruhi finds out the notes were from two people the fiancee of the rival guy and tamaki father who likes playing tricks on him and this guy is definitely tamaki father hes very like him we meet the grandmother who is very unkind to tamaki and we learn some backstory so tamaki happened cause of an affair and his mom is french and sick and the grandmother made a deal with money she is to never speak to tamaki again and tamaki is to go to Japan its very sad . In the part of this volume we meet the vice principal who talks to the host club about not wasting food and they all end up making soup it was cute .
Simon , you're blushing, observed Jace. And you're a vampire and almost never blush, so this better be really juicy . And weird. Were bicycles involved in some kinky way ? Vacuum cleaners ? Umbrellas?
Big umbrellas , or the little kind you get with drinks ? Alec asked .