Ashley’ Adventures on the Internet | #4

 

BOOK GOOGLING-2

I take search terms people use that-2

 

*disclaimer: I have not altered these phrases. They are exactly as they appear on my stats page. These are search terms of real people*


The raven boys book very hard to get into

First off I am confused. Is this a statement or a question? If it is a statement then why are you googling this? If it is a question then my response would be kind of, in a way. The story takes a little to start but once you get into it you can’t put it down. The reason for this I found was the writing. I love the characters and the setting, but I find Maggie Stiefvater’s writing to be quite unique and took me a while to get use to it.

“down the rabbit hole book ending”

Well I haven’t read this book so I can’t be of much help. I did look it up on goodreads and there are like four different books under this name so I am not sure which one you are looking for. They all seem to be interesting so best of luck to you on your search, but my advice would be to pick up the book and flip to the back of the book and read the last page if you are going to be too lazy to read the book.

“what happens in fracture me novella”

I will say what I feel like I always say to this, why don’t you read it then you would know. But besides that there isn’t anything too exciting that happens besides letting you know what happens to everyone during the battle. I loved Adam’s relationship with his brother and you get to see a little more about him before you completely hate him.

 

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