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Thursday, 1 February 2018

Book Review: The Language Of Thorns; Midnight Tales And Dangerous Magic

Attention! The review was made based on the blog author's reading. Regarding her bad writing, the review was short but the book she read was totally awesome. The pictures were also being taken originally from the blog author.

Assalamualaikum and hi to all of you! Today I'm going to do the second book review and the book is still a fiction story. Now, shall I begin?

The book was written by Leigh Bardugo and the title is The Language Of Thorns: Midnight Tales And Dangerous Magic.

This one was ridiculously fantastic! I liked the way the story was to be told, the language;it's not so high level and it's not also an easy word. The stories covered in a secret place. They do have the names of each of the places where the stories were taken or be told but I, myself was not sure whether the places were really exist or not. And I was lazy to search for it. FYI.

Besides the out-of-mind stories, each of the pages were also been colored and also full of drawings and I really love that. I enjoy reading each one of the stories and eventhough the moral values were not very visible but still, there's moral values in them though.

I was drowning in my own feelings of sad, happy, excited, relieved, pain, anger and they all just mixed with each other and without I noticed, I was sniffing my nose and my eyes were full of tears already. This one was very excellent. Trust me, you will never disappointed reading this book. No wonder it was #1 New York Times-Bestselling Author :)

Let's take a sneak-peek at the book so that you will feel eager to read it!


  1. the cover looks great....it must have a unique story....

    1. oh yesss, the stories are amazing and the writing on the cover is the type that is thick and somewhat emerging a little bit