The Camelot Betrayal Blog Tour

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Title: The Camelot BetrayalSeries: Camelot Rising #2Author:  Kiersten WhiteGenre: Young Adult, fantasyPublisher: Delacorte PressRelease Date:  Nov 10 2020Format: E-ARCPage Count: 384Source: TBR And Beyond Tours via NetGalleyRating: ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ Welcome to my stop on the Blog Tour for The Camelot Betrayal, run by TBR And Beyond Tours! I’m so very excited to be part of this amazing tour and group! Synopsis The second book in a new fantasy trilogy from New York Times bestselling author Kiersten White, exploring the nature of self, the inevitable cost of progress, and, of course, magic and romance and betrayal so epic Queen Guinevere remains the most famous queen who never lived. EVERYTHING IS AS […]

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Kingdom of the Wicked

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This was witches done right. This was demons done right. This was the whole package of evil goodness that I love and is my cup of tea. It was alsoโ€ฆpretty much in my wheelhouse of everything I could ever want in a book? Like, this book was magnificent and I am obsessed with it now. I need ALL the merch and good stuff that comes along with it.

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Set Fire to the Gods

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When I saw the description of this book I was excited. It sounded like one that I would really enjoy. I have a BA in Classics, and so I was truly looking forward to a take on mythology. And this was definitely a take on it. At first I wasnโ€™t sure how to feel about this book, because I felt that there was nothing about it that I really hated. But there was nothing about it that made me gasp or roll over in surprise. And so, this ended up being a middle book for me. One that I enjoyed, but not one that I am thinking about perpetually.

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In A Holidaze

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Christina Lauren has been hit and miss for me quite a bit. There are some books of theirs I enjoy more than others, but this book really knocked it out of the park to me. This one was superbly well done and I am still thinking about it days later, so I know itโ€™s a good book when that happens to me. What can I say about this book other than sing its praises? Not much because the experience of reading this book was lovely.

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