Mini Reviews of Three Hyped Books, ft. Vicious, The Fever King and The Queen of Nothing

Like every reviewer ever, I’ve accumulated a backlog of reviews to write that I’ll probably die before I get to.

Welcome to my first round of mini-reviews!! Hopefully, doing these will help me finally review the books I promised a review for ages ago. And for my first round of mini-reviews, I’m gonna be reviewing three hyped books. Did they live up to the hype? Read on to find out!

The Fever King by Victoria Lee


In the former United States, sixteen-year-old Noam Álvaro wakes up in a hospital bed, the sole survivor of the viral magic that killed his family and made him a technopath. His ability to control technology attracts the attention of the minister of defense and thrusts him into the magical elite of the nation of Carolinia.

The son of undocumented immigrants, Noam has spent his life fighting for the rights of refugees fleeing magical outbreaks—refugees Carolinia routinely deports with vicious efficiency. Sensing a way to make change, Noam accepts the minister’s offer to teach him the science behind his magic, secretly planning to use it against the government. But then he meets the minister’s son—cruel, dangerous, and achingly beautiful—and the way forward becomes less clear.

Caught between his purpose and his heart, Noam must decide who he can trust and how far he’s willing to go in pursuit of the greater good.

I loved Noam so much because he’s so real. He doesn’t really fit the “main character mold” that a lot of YA protagonists do. Sure, he has dead parents and newfound powers, but he’s way more than that. He’s a person with genuine desires, insecurities, and fears, and I wouldn’t be surprised if someone like him existed in the real world. And like Noam, The Fever King is so real. It read like a snapshot of the characters’ everyday lives. And I know that that’s what a book is, but what I mean is that it felt like I was reading about a real-life event, fantasy and sci-fi elements not withstanding.

Dara Shirazi is my son, and I love him with all my heart and soul. Noam and Dara’s relationship was the slow-burn enemies-to-lovers romance of my dreams. Also, Lehrer is now one of my favorite villains ever. He’s one of those villains that are subtly terrifying. And the fact that he parallels Noam in so many ways doesn’t help. (If you’re a sucker for villain/hero dynamics, then you have to read this book.)

Overall, The Fever King‘s subject matter definitely isn’t for the faint of heart—it tackles hard-hitting issues, like intergenerational trauma, immigrants’ rights, and more, but it did so in such a raw manner that I couldn’t help but love it. Also let me reiterate that I love Noam and Dara—both as individuals and as a couple—so much.

5 stars!

CW: violence, intergenerational trauma/genocide, immigration, abuse, parental death, death of a child, mental health and suicide, slut-shaming, ableist language, drug and alcohol abuse, emetophobia [Click here for more details.]

Rep: biracial (Latinx, white) bisexual Jewish protagonist, gay dark-skinned POC Jewish love interest, queer Jewish major character, all-queer cast

Vicious by V.E. Schwab

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A masterful tale of ambition, jealousy, desire, and superpowers.

Victor and Eli started out as college roommates—brilliant, arrogant, lonely boys who recognized the same sharpness and ambition in each other. In their senior year, a shared research interest in adrenaline, near-death experiences, and seemingly supernatural events reveals an intriguing possibility: that under the right conditions, someone could develop extraordinary abilities. But when their thesis moves from the academic to the experimental, things go horribly wrong.

Ten years later, Victor breaks out of prison, determined to catch up to his old friend (now foe), aided by a young girl whose reserved nature obscures a stunning ability. Meanwhile, Eli is on a mission to eradicate every other super-powered person that he can find—aside from his sidekick, an enigmatic woman with an unbreakable will. Armed with terrible power on both sides, driven by the memory of betrayal and loss, the archnemeses have set a course for revenge—but who will be left alive at the end?

Vicious has skyrocketed to my favorite books of all time list. I just.. love everything about it. Also, someone tell me why I haven’t read more from Victoria Schwab yet.* I know that some people don’t vibe with her style, but I’m one of the many people who do.

*I do think that it’s because Our Dark Duet was such a disappointing finale. I’m still salty about how it let me down, and that’s why I’m a little hesitant to pick up Vengeful.

The writing is spectacular. It gives off this ~dark and mysterious~ vibe that is a perfect fit for the story. Also, this book has the best take on alternating timelines that I’ve read to date. In Vicious, the incorporation of alternating timelines was masterfully—and I mean masterfully—done. It enhanced my reading experience tenfold.

And the themes!! We love stories that explore the blurry line between good and evil. Some books claim to follow “the villain,” but in reality, their main characters are simply morally ambiguous. This wasn’t the case with Vicious. If it were written any other way, Victor Vale would definitely be the villain, and Eli Ever would be the hero.

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Speaking of Victor Vale, can I just say that I love and respect him with my whole heart? I know he’s a bad person and all, but is that gonna stop me from stanning him? No. Also, Sydney is the coolest twelve-year-old ever. I love how she basically forced Victor to become her father, because same.

I would also die for Mitchell Turner. Mitch is a big guy with tattoos, so everyone around him immediately assumes that he’s a dumb and good-for-nothing thug, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth. He is one of the smartest and most un-problematic characters in this story, who just wants to drink his chocolate milk IN PEACE.

Also, can we talk about how cool the concept of EOs is? I need to die and become one ASAP.

5 stars!

CW: suicide, overdosing, self-harm, drug use, murder, animal death, abandonment, panic attacks

Rep: N/A

The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black

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(Take note that this synopsis contains spoilers for the previous books in the series.)

He will be destruction of the crown and the ruination of the throne.

Power is much easier to acquire than it is to hold onto. Jude learned this lesson when she released her control over the wicked king, Cardan, in exchange for immeasurable power.

Now as the exiled mortal Queen of Faerie, Jude is powerless and left reeling from Cardan’s betrayal. She bides her time determined to reclaim everything he took from her. Opportunity arrives in the form of her deceptive twin sister, Taryn, whose mortal life is in peril.

Jude must risk venturing back into the treacherous Faerie Court, and confront her lingering feelings for Cardan, if she wishes to save her sister. But Elfhame is not as she left it. War is brewing. As Jude slips deep within enemy lines she becomes ensnared in the conflict’s bloody politics.

And, when a dormant yet powerful curse is unleashed, panic spreads throughout the land, forcing her to choose between her ambition and her humanity…

Before I start this review, let me take you through my history with The Folk of the Air trilogy. I’m not sure if I’ve ever divulged this fact on my blog before, but The Cruel Prince is the reason why I have this book blog today.

I was taking a “hiatus” from reading and keeping up with the book community at the time that I read it, so having been blissfully unaware of the mixed reviews it got, I thought that it was the best book in the entire world back then. Reading it led me to make a new Goodreads account, and from there I discovered book blogs, decided to start one, and now we’re here.

I wouldn’t consider The Cruel Prince as a favorite book now, but it’s funny to think that this book blog (which has become my child of sorts) would not exist if I hadn’t read it.

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After I read TCP, I was literally dying for TWK. I was so jealous of everyone who had gotten an arc. The early rave reviews for it made my expectations climb to impossible heights, and that ultimately damaged my reading experience with the second book. To this day, I don’t know what to feel about it.

My prior experiences with this book series have affected my view of its finale, so please take this review with a grain of salt. I honestly think that if you love this series, QoN will be perfect for you. But for me, it was just okay. It wasn’t bad, but I didn’t love it either.

One good thing that I can say about this trilogy is that it’s incredibly easy to read. Holly Black’s writing is a little on the simplistic side, so these books are super easy to fly through. I’d recommend them to anyone in a reading slump or who’s in the mood to binge read books, because combined with their short length and trashy-ness, you’d probably finish them in under a week.

The beginning of QoN was amazing for me. I loved seeing Jude in the position she was in (trying not to be spoiler-y here). But.. the rest of the plot was lackluster. The first two books in this series were so twisty, but none of the plot points in this book were particularly unexpected. And I found the only “twist” funny, and not in a good way.

I loved Judecardan in TCP because of how raw their sexual tension was, and some scenes in this book did call to mind that angst, but for the most part, I was disappointed. I’m not gonna say that Jude and Cardan acted out of character, because they didn’t. But I wanted their changes in character to be less abrupt, because it felt like their relationship did a complete 180. Also, the explanation for what happened at the end of TWK was so underwhelming.

I wish I had strong opinions about this series and its characters like everyone else in the book community does, but I don’t. Overall, I’m happy that I read and finished this series, because… it makes me feel in on the hype lmao. Otherwise, this series isn’t a fave. At least I don’t hate it with a burning passion?

3 stars!

CW: death, murder, war themes, gore, blood depiction, talk of cannibalism, torture

Rep: side f/f relationship, wlw dark-skinned PoC side character

I hope you enjoyed these mini-reviews! I’m happy that two of these hyped books lived up to my expectations! As for The Queen of Nothing, it was a tiny bit disappointing, but I’m glad I read it nonetheless.

Have you read any of these books? Did they live up to the hype for you? What’s a hyped book that lived up to your expectations and another one that disappointed you?

55 thoughts on “Mini Reviews of Three Hyped Books, ft. Vicious, The Fever King and The Queen of Nothing

  1. Loving two out of these three is a pretty good ratio! I love Vicious, so I’m glad it worked so well for you. Schwab is one of those weird cases for me who has written such a big favorite of mine – Vicious – and then a few books I enjoyed but didn’t love + some that I had to DNF because I just couldn’t get into them, no matter how hard I tried. I’m always extremely reluctant to try something new by her, because WHO KNOWS what will happen, haha.

    I’m so conflicted over Folk of Air – I still love TCP, but man, TWK and TQoN were such let downs. And I fully agree – I can’t believe we got such a big cliffhanger in book 2 and then such an underwhelming solution/explanation in the finale. Also, regarding the characters – they all could have been more well-developed and complex, the way they changed – I’m looking at Cardan, mostly – felt super rushed to me. And Taryn confuses me so bad, I do not get her character at all… how is “dad asked me to” a good explanation for what she did in TWK. 😭 This series feels like a joke, and kind of made me reconsider including Holly Black as a favorite author. 🙈

    Great reviews, Caitlin! 🙂

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    1. Usually, hyped books live up to my expectations, & I’m glad that this was the case for two of them :)) The Archived series was good, but not life-changing. I *loved* This Savage Song, but Our Dark Duet was such a disappointment! And you know how I feel about Vicious, haha! So I guess you can say that my experience with her is also mixed. I really like her style, though, so I’m really excited to read more from her, especially ADSOM.

      I.. don’t even know how I feel about the Folk of the Air trilogy. I loved TCP when I read it, but I’ve since realized that it has its flaws. REALLY don’t know how I feel about TWK still, haha. And I did write a review for QoN, but my feelings were affected by my view of the previous books!

      Yeah, it was super rushed! Like, the change was understandable, but it would’ve been more believable if it were less abrupt? To this day, I have no opinions on taryn, and I feel like I’m the only person in the book community who doesn’t 😭😂 Omg, yeah! This series does feel like a joke! I’ve seen someone say this, & I agree—holly black’s publishers saw how well TCP did, so they rushed the publications of the next two books.

      Thank you so much for this lovely comment, Vera!!

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      1. I felt the same about the Archived series, and I was SO EXCITED for This Savage Song, but that’s one I ended up DNF-ing. I liked ADSOM at first, but I gave up on the series after the second book. *hides* I do hope it’ll work for you, though!! 🙂

        That’s a pretty good theory about the series being rushed by the publisher. It just lost its magic after TCP for me.

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  2. I’m obsessed with Vicious!!! I’m so glad you loved it. I have QoN 4.5 stars but I desperately wish there was more plot as well. I wish there was more relationship development and conflict, but my hopeless romantic feelings kind of took over my opinion on the book. 😅

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    1. I’m obsessed with Vicious as well—it’s soo good!! I think I’m the anomaly who didn’t like QoN that much, honestly 😅 I’m so glad that you loved it despite noticing some flaws! And I get that. Though I was a little disappointed with Judecardan, some of the lines & moments in the book were amazing


  3. Lovely reviews Caitlin…!!!! Fever King is on my 2020 tbr and I hope I’ll read it closer to the release of the sequel…. so it’s great to know you loved it…
    And “atleast I don’t hate it with a burning passion” is exactly what I feel for Folk of the Air… it’s fun and entertaining but I’ve never felt that connection to Jude and Cardan as a couple…

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    1. Thank you!! I definitely should have waited before reading it, bc I’m currently dying for the sequel :((
      Yeah! I wish I had stronger opinions about the trilogy, but I’m just.. meh about it. And I loved Judecardan when I read TCP, but since then, they’ve been disappointing

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  4. Ahhh I’m halfway through the Fever King right now and it’s. so. good. (also I ship Dara and Noam very very much and ahhh I did not know Lehrer was a villain but I was definitely 95% sure he’d end up being one because he is acting veryyyyy shady) Ahahah I am stressed now while reading it but that is me when I am reading a book that makes me worry for the characters’ fates

    Ooh that was so very interesting to hear about how your blog came into being!! That’s amazing!! I’m super nervous for QoN though…because of all the mixed reviews of the end…it’s hard to please everyone in my opinion when everyone was so hyped for this!! I am still hyped but maybe not as much as in February/March when I had finished TWK and was screaming.

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    1. Ah, I’m so glad that you’re reading & enjoying it, Miri! And I hardcore relate! I shipped Noam and Dara right when they met 😭 Ah, I’m sorry that I kind of spoiled you :(( Lehrer is still a great villain though! Not to scare you.. but you should be stressed…

      I wish I still had a connection to the book that caused me to start this blog, but I sadly don’t. It’s a great story though! I think that if you really love the characters & you don’t set your expectations too high, QoN won’t be disappointing. I hope you love it when you read it!

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      1. Haha no problem!! I already KNEW that he’d be the villain…And SO DID I ahhhhh.

        It is sad! 😦 I do think that what happens is that our reading tastes keep evolving. There’re always those books you loved when you were younger…which now you still like but don’t have much of a special connection to!

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  5. I used to be so on top of reviews but I’ve fallen into this rut of not doing them because I feel like I don’t have much to say. I used to review like EVERY book I read and hgsjdfkshshg HALP. Anyways, what I wanted to say was that I’ve been thinking these mini-reviews would be super helpful *insert smiley face*

    The Fever King sounds spectacular and totally up my alley. Special abilities and gay shit? Heck to the yes!!

    Vicious has been on my TBR forever. I loved the ADSOM series, haven’t loved the YA book I read by VE Schwab, so I feel it is more likely I enjoy her adult work. Also, that forced fatherhood plotline sounds iconic and idk but it’s made me more hype

    Oh and OMG I’ve been waiting for QoN to come out because I plan on bingeing the heck out of this series. I also have FOMO and want to see what all the fuss is about hehe. Sad you didn’t like it though.

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    1. Ruby, are you me?? Because that’s exactly how I feel. I used to post a full review every week, but bc of school, I barely even post something once a week now. I feel like I should do mini-reviews exclusively bc I’ve realized that I can easily sum up all the thoughts I have about a book into a few paragraphs. Tbh, a lot of people like it when I do full reviews (i rly have no idea why), but.. mini-reviews just make my life easier…

      TFK is an experience! You should really read it ❤

      Vicious was also on my TBR for YEARS before I finally read it. But when I did, I regretted nothing! I feel like everyone I know has had a mixed relationship with V.E. Schwab, myself included. Her Archived series was good, but not super memorable. I LOVED This Savage Song, but Our Dark Duet was so, so disappointing. And we all know how I feel about Vicious. (Maybe you're right about the fact that her adult books probably work better for us.) I'm really excited to finally read ADSOM!! Everyone else has read it already except me. (Omg if you love the "villains being good parents" trope, then you'll adore Victor and Sydney's relationship!!)

      The Folk of the Air is the perfect series to binge read! You made the right call! I wouldn't say I didn't like it—I simply feel lukewarm about the entire series, ahhhh. And I'm disappointed that I feel this way because it seems like everyone else in the book community has strong opinions about TFOTA :")

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      1. I’m really trying to do a better job at reviews and make them more easily accessible and for people who haven’t yet read the book. But yes mini reviews are so great, they’re essentially what I do on GR, so maybe I should just start doing them on the blog as well 🙂

        Yay omg CANT wait for Vicious then!! You may not love ADSOM at the beginning but I swear by like mid-way through book two YOU’RE TOTALLY HOOKED!!

        Ah that really sucks that you feel you’re in the minority with TCP. That’s me with Girls of Paper & Fire *nervous sweats* Hoping they just give me a fun time!!

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      2. Haha, I gave up on reviewing books on GR 😅 now I just write a one sentence reaction. I basically only use GR now bc of my reading challenge

        That’s me with GOPAF too!! I’m really sad that I didn’t like it that much, bc it has such important themes, & I know that it means so much to a lot of people. Personally, I just couldn’t connect with the story, and I found Lei and Wren, especially Lei, SO BLAND

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      3. I used to not do much on GR, but now I find it easier to make reviews a bit longer so that I don’t have to so blog reviews. BUT I wand to change my review system for next year so

        Hard same about them being bland. I also just didn’t connect with their relationship. Such a disappointment bc SO MANY people ADORED it and I just,,, didn’t get it. Still would read the sequel tho, out of curiosity

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  6. These are all amazing titles! I’ve only read Vicious and I agree that it was perfect, I love it with my whole heart! I have the Fever King on my TBR and I do love villain/hero dynamics so this book just skyrockets really high on my TBR. I still need to read The Wicked King first, I hope I can get to it in Jan haha.

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    1. I love Vicious with my whole heart as well ❤ Ooo, if you have it on your TBR because you want villain/hero dynamics, then I don't think you'll be disappointed! Haha, I suck at reading sequels, so I feel your pain. Hopefully you'll get to it by then!


  7. I’m so glad you loved The Fever King and Vicious! I’ve been wanting to read them both for so long, and I’m happy that you enjoyed them so much! Hopefully I can read them soon 😅

    I loved hearing about how The Cruel Prince was one of the reasons why you started your blog! I had a similar situation – the first book I reviewed was Truly Devious, and I loved it back then, but now my standards are higher and I would give it 3 stars if I read it today. But it still holds a special place in my heart because of that. 😌

    I understand your feelings about QoN, but I actually loved it for the same reasons you didn’t! 😂 I did not mind that Jude and Cardan’s relationship kind of changed, because their relationship in QoN was how I wished it had been from the beginning, if that makes sense. I did miss the tension, but I was also ready for them to get together officially, so this was a nice change of pace. I liked that it took so long for them to realize how they felt about each other. (I also really liked the explanation for what happened in TWK, because that’s exactly what I knew it was as soon as TWK ended… I guess I just like to be correct when it comes to “twists”, haha) If I think about my experience with the series overall, I enjoyed TCP less than the other two, and each book after that was better for me. It’s not my favorite series, but I do plan on reading it again!

    Good luck with the rest of your reviews! 💕

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    1. I had also wanted to read both of them for a long time before I actually did, but it was really worth it ❤ I hope you can get to them soon!

      Haha, I gave Truly Devious 3 stars when I read it 😅 But it really is interesting that there are books that we know we wouldn't like as much now, but still hold a special place in our hearts ❤

      Ahh, it's so interesting to see how our views on QoN differ! I'm so glad that you enjoyed it more than I did! I totally get why you feel that way about Jude and Cardan. If I had still shipped them before diving into QoN, I probably would've had the same reaction as you did. Wow, you are so good at guessing twists! I cannot relate 😂 Congrats on being right!

      Thank you so much! I really need it AHHH


  8. I really loved The Fever King!! I think it’s one of my favorite books of this year. The main reason is actually Lehrer. He’s a villain and what he’s doing is wrong but there is just something so logical and complex about him that makes him so interesting. And he did surprise me, even if I saw it coming. I can’t wait to see what happens in the sequel.
    I’m so happy you enjoyed it!
    I would also like to read Vicious at some point since I heard so many great things about it.

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    1. TFK is one of my favorite reads of this year as well! You somehow perfectly summed up why I find Lehrer so fascinating?? I just love villains whose motivations you can really see behind. Plus, the little snippets we got about his life weirdly made it feel like he was the main character of the story. I also can’t wait to read The Electric Heir! Pretty jealous of everyone who got an arc, honestly :/
      I think that if you loved Lehrer, then you’ll love Victor and the main characters of Vicious. Much like Lehrer, they are technically “villains,” but the storyline makes you question who you want to root for.

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  9. Wow The Fever King sounds amazing and I can’t wait to read it!! I need to know the characters and everything. Hearing you talk about it has made me want to immediately want to read it!! At least once I’ve read it I can talk to you about it– that’s a perk of hyped books, there is also someone to talk about it with!! 😊

    I read Vicious a while ago but I want to reread it because I think I will like it more as I didn’t love the it first time. I think I went in with the wrong expectations!! Plus I will need to reread it for the sequel 😂

    I loved reading your reviews and hearing your thoughts!! ❤

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    1. You really should!! I feel like you’ll love it 💙 It’s one of the most unique reading experiences I’ve ever had. Haha, that’s why I love to read hyped books. I can’t get spoiled anymore, plus I can gush about them with people!

      Ahh, really sad that you didn’t like it the first time. I hope you can reread it soon, and that if you do, that you’ll like it more! I’m really excited for Vengeful! I mean, I’m a little wary, because Schwab has disappointed me with a sequel before, but I’m excited to find out how the story continues.

      Thank you so, so much, Sophie! 💗

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  10. What an incredible post, honey, I love it ❤️ and I’m very happy that you enjoyed the majority of them, I’m dying to read The Fever King!!! I’ve had Vicious for 1,000 years, so I should really put it as a priority & I’ll read The Queen of Nothing this month, I’m nervous SO excited 😍👏🏻

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  11. VICIOUS!! I loved reading your review because Victor is my fave as well – he’s a very murdery person you wouldn’t want to meet in real life but I love him 🥰 And of course, we all know that he has a soft spot for his family aka Mitch and Sydney, who I love as well 🙂 Apart from that, I also liked The Fever King a lot and I’m anxiously waiting to read the sequel as I fear it’ll be just as intense and break my heart 😱

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    1. Tbh, if Victor murdered me, I’d say thank you… Or if I met him in real life, I’d probably try and join his gang 🙈 Hehe, I’m weird. I’ve read early reviews of the sequel, and it appears that your suspicions are true :(( I’m anxiously anticipating The Electric Heir so that it can break my heart even more!

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  12. Loved your reviews, Caitlin! ❤ I loved the Fever King so damn much as well, so much more than I expected to, in fact. I adored Noam and Dara SO much and the story just felt so real and gripping and ahh. I can't wait to read the sequel and I am also terrified because I want them to be okay haha.
    I really should give Vicious a try, it sounds like such a great read and I've loved Schwab's books so far! 🙂

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    1. Thank you so much, Marie 💖 I totally agree! The Fever King is unlike any story I’ve ever read, and Noam and Dara own my heart! I saw that you got an arc of The Electric Air, and I’m so happy for you 😭 I hope you love it!! You really should! It’s such a a gripping read, & it has that trademark V.E. Schwab style ❤️

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  13. These are great mini reviews! The Fever King sounds awesome (I love some good hero/villain dynamics!). I haven’t read anything by Schwab. She’s one that I’ve seen varying reviews for, some readers love her and others not as much.

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    1. Thank you so much, Sarah!! I hope you can get to TFK soon! Personally, I’m one of the people who love her, but I can see her style not working for everyone :”) I think Vicious perfectly represents her style though, so it would be the perfect first book from her to read!

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  14. I am so so so happy that you loved Vicious so much!!! And yes, the concept of EOs is genius, and I honestly wouldn’t mind being one (until I get hunted down, but still)! And I agree so much about Victor. He truly is a bad guy, but compared to Eli, he’s the hero, and I love how he doesn’t become a morally right person because of that. Syd and Mitch were amazing, and I love how Mitch truly loves and protects Sydney in this book and the next. I think you should try Vengeful. I really really liked it: Syd is all grown up now, Victor is dying and trying to find a cure, Marcella (the new villain) is terrifying but kind of inspiring, Mitch is still the most amazing dad, and there were a few loose ends, so hopefully there will be a third book. But there is still some interesting things happening and some shocking twists (at least for me) so…yeah. I hope you pick it up and I really really hope it doesn’t disappoint you if you do read it!!
    Great reviews and happy reading 💖

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    1. I really wouldn’t mind getting hunted down, because at least I was able to experience having supernatural powers, HAHA. Yeah!! I feel like so many stories claim follow the “”villain””, and yeah, their mcs aren’t good, but they’re just morally grey? I loved how Victor was truly a “villain”, but the story really makes you question what truly makes a villain and a hero. And Syd, Mitch, and the relationship they had with Victor warmed my heart so much. It was definitely a welcome distraction from the darkness of the book ❤
      Ahh the premise of Vengeful sounds AMAZING. i one hundred percent will be reading it! I've heard things about Marcella as well! can't wait to meet her!
      Thank you 💖💖💖

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  15. Great reviews!! 🙂 I really enjoyed TCP ad TWK so I’m highly anticipating getting QoN in my hands but, to be honest, I’ve been reading so many reviews and everyone either hates it or is disappointed, I’m genuinely scared. :/ But I guess I’ll have to read it and see how it goes! (at least the expectations won’t be high)

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    1. Thank you!! i’m so glad that you enjoyed them so much. i understand how the mixed reviews for the finale may deter your, but i think that if you genuinely love the characters and the previous two books, you have nothing to worry about ❤ I hope you absolutely adore it!

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