^ No, that was not me slamming my head against the keyboard multiple times, though that’s a close guess! This is obviously the sound of the amazing new Wonder Woman theme!
I’m such a fake fan– honestly, I haven’t even read the comics. FIGHT ME.**
I was tagged by the sweetie pie Emma @ Thoughts of a Brown Eyed Girl, whose blog is always such a delight to read, and who you should definitely check out because she, like Wonder Woman, is also THE BEST.
**Actually, don’t because my arms have all the strength of two limp spaghetti noodles
Fun fact: I was typing up this review at 3 in the morning, and when I looked back to proofread it the next day, I realized that I had written “Radoo” in place of Radu every. Single. Time.
For some reason, I found it hilarious and laughed for practically five minutes straight. I’m still giggling thinking about it. I probably just have an odd sense of humor.
That, or I really need to get more sleep.
It’s with a heavy heart that I finally admit that Renee Ahdieh’s newest fantasy book didn’t live up to my expectations.
The premise was absolutely fascinating, and I braced myself for tons of amazing fighting scenes, court intrigue, and general badassery. What I actually got, however, was far too much brooding and far too little action.