Taylor Swift’s Folklore Book Tag

Taylor Swift’s Folklore Book Tag

I haven’t done a book tag in a hot minute, and I recently saw this one from Cielo @ Bellerose Reads inspired by Taylor Swift’s new album Folklore. I was not tagged in this, but I wanted to give it a go myself.

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My Thoughts on The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black

My Thoughts on The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black

The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black is the final book in The Folk of the Air trilogy. As I did with the previous two books, I’m going to share my general overview thoughts of the book without getting into any spoilers. If you want to see my thoughts on the previous two books: The Cruel Prince and The Wicked King check out their reviews.

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My Thoughts on The Wicked King by Holly Black

My Thoughts on The Wicked King by Holly Black

The second book in the series The Folk of the Air by Holly Black is called The Wicked King. Similar to the first book in this series, I couldn’t set this book aside and ended up reading it in one sitting. I can’t remember if I mentioned that in my previous post where I reviewed The Cruel Prince. If you want to see my thoughts on that book or get a sense of the series, I would recommend checking out that post as I went more into Holly Black’s style in there as well as the world as a whole.

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My Thoughts on The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

My Thoughts on The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

The Cruel Prince by Holly Black is the first book in The Folk of the Air series. I had seen this book mentioned a lot on TikTok, and have tried my hardest to avoid any type of spoiler regarding the book including not really reading the synopsis before I began the book. So, the only details that I knew were this book was an enemy to lover trope, involved faeries, and there was a character named Cardan who has a tail. Which are all not spoilers, and I’m going to try to keep my review that way in case you are interested in the book yourself.

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