In Muse of Nightmares, Laini Taylor has crafted an imaginative, one of a kind, intensely readable book that challenges every tradition of what heroes and villains should be like.
With only four days to Christmas, it seems like a great time to get into the mood with the Naughty or Nice book tag.
If you enjoyed books like Ash Princess or Everless you might find Empress of All Seasons similarly agreeable, but it's a pass for me.
I probably say the following more often than I mean to, but this time I actually mean it: This is a series to go into blind.
It's Wintersong meets You'll Miss Me When I'm Gone with a distinct Eastern European twist, and reminds me at every turn of The Hazel Wood.