With Cal’s fire, and Mare’s lightning, they forged my glass heart. And it’s beginning to shatter. And I doubt Maven’s fire can mend it.
Let’s just start here: SPOILER FREE REVIEW.
Red Queen took everything I loved away from me. And Glass Sword shattered a heart I didn’t think I have left.
This book is amazing, I wouldn’t say it’s better than the first but it’s still page turning good.
There were some points in this book where I feel that Victoria Aveyard didn’t know how to write, so she glazed over it. There were a handful of scenes that I wish were more detailed. And there are some events in the series that I feel were put there just to put something there.
Nearing to the end of the book, I somewhat saw what was going to happen. It wasn’t a gasping moment like it was with Red Queen and the last few chapters. She took me off guard there.
I feel that if I hadn’t gone to school for writing, that this book would’ve been more enjoyable, but it was still a soul shattering read.
I really don’t want to wait another year for her next book. But I’ll be reading Cruel Crown in the mean time.
(ps: I hope you liked all my glass puns)
(pps: I really hope they make this into a movie)
(ppps: Rise, red as the dawn)