Lady Danielle

Brace yourselves, readers. You're entering a blog with belligerent rants/reviews, chaotic writings, incompetent; pointless fangirling... and, oh yeah, GIFS. Fuckloads of them... did I also mention some swearing? I'm an eighteen-year-old girl majoring in Theatre Arts. I may not be an excellent writer, but gosh, I love doing it.

Received their Hogwarts letter (Followers)

Currently reading

Sara B. Larson
Progress: 40/323 pages
A Clash of Kings
George R.R. Martin
Progress: 280/784 pages
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
J.K. Rowling, Mary GrandPré
Progress: 200/752 pages
The Name of the Wind
Patrick Rothfuss

Why the hype?

Darkfever (Fever #1) - Karen Marie Moning

I'm only giving this three stars because I admired and loved Mac's persistence and dedication in finding her sister's murderer. My sister and I are very close, I cried after reading about Mac's sister's death because I can't imagine a life without mine's and I would have done the exact same thing Mac did... though I would have fought harder than she did in trying to find the murderer. Apart from THAT, Mac was an OK protagonist, nothing special. Constantly talked about her puurrty eyes and hair and her fantasticcc clothes that had me rolling my eyes in annoyance. I did not like Jericho, the abusive prick. He never apologised for giving her a bruise and the fact that he grabbed her by her throat multiple times. The guy's a fucking lunatic. 

Meeehhh, this book was OK, kind of dull. The prologue is the best read I received out of the entire novel. I didn't get the sex concept with the Faes and 

I don't get why Mac vomits and shivers whenever she encounters an OOP as well as the Senisar Duhb

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. This book had so much potential; sometimes the writing became mediocre. Don't have much to say about this except it was disappointing and I had high expectations.