More Like A Crystal of Tears and Agony | A Crystal of Time

Crystal of Time (The School for Good and Evil: The Camelot Years, #2) by Soman Chainani
Publisher: HarperCollins
Release date: March 5th, 2019
Genres: Fantasy, MG, YA
Pages: 624
Source: Bought it
In this fifth instalment in Soman Chainani's New York Times bestselling fantasy series, The School for Good and Evil, Sophie, Agatha, and their friends must find a way to overthrow the sinister evil that twists lies into the truth and seeks to rewrite their story.

A false king has claimed the throne of Camelot, sentenced Tedros to death, and forced Sophie to be his queen. Only Agatha manages to escape.

Now Agatha and the students at the School for Good and Evil must find a way to restore Tedros to his throne and save Camelot . . . before all of their fairy tales come to a lethal end.

I don't even know where to begin!

I have been waiting for this book to come out FOREVER, no kidding. The cliffhanger on the previous book made me as crazy as a duck on fire. As soon as the pre-order announcement came out on twitter, I practically ran to my Kindle and pre-ordered it on the same day. I've never felt more invested in something harder than I have this series. Thanks to Soman Chainani for that, I guess.

Before we begin the review, let me summarize the book for you. Basically, a lot of characters are imprisoned since the end of Quests for Glory (including Tedros, but excluding Agatha, but sorta including Sophie). So, their only hope for escape is Agatha. However, she can't save everyone on her own and has to look for help. BUT, there's no one she can ask for help from since basically, every kingdom except a few is on the false king's side.

So, let's begin the review, shall we?

It Should've Stayed as a Trilogy | Restore Me

Restore Me (Shatter Me, #4.5)  by Tahereh Mafi
Release date: March 6th, 2018
Publisher: HarperCollins
Genres: YA, Dystopian, Sci-Fi
Pages: 435
Source: Bought it
Juliette Ferrars thought she'd won. She took over Sector 45, was named the new Supreme Commander, and now has Warner by her side. But she's still the girl with the ability to kill with a single touch—and now she's got the whole world in the palm of her hand. When tragedy hits, who will she become? Will she be able to control the power she wields and use it for good?


I decided to finally write this review a year after I've finished the actual book. I was writing this series' novella which has the POV of my favorite character when I realized I haven't even written this one yet. Way to go, Inas.

So, let's start, shall we?