Even more rain! It's so warm that the bulbs in the garden are starting to sprout.
Out of all the cover reveals yesterday, I think the Slasher Girls and Monster Boys anthology is the one I'm looking forward to most. I suppose I'm interested in Six of Crows (I still haven't read Ruin & Rising yet), and Dreamland sounds interesting, but I'm most excited for the anthology. For the slasher girls and the monster boys. ;)
I saw people were freaking out over what might happen in The Raven King yesterday. We've known from the beginning that Gansey was going to die. Maggie has said repeatedly that she'll be killing him. But, before you freak out, what happens after that? That's the important part. I don't think Gansey would be so important that Maggie would just kill him off willy-nilly like that. Something else is going to happen, and that's what worries me about this book. The after, the countless possibilities of what might happen. Including him dying and coming back. Or dying and not coming back. Or dying and sort of coming back.
Reviews for the coming week will feature Stone in the Sky by Cecil Castellucci (Tuesday) and A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab (Friday). :)
The Girl at Midnight by Melissa Grey (e-galley from Random House through NetGalley)