I can’t think of any other way to describe Saga except as “strange yet fascinating”. I read this in a single session and I’m itching to pick up the next.
Please force your way through Part One, because Part Two+ was so much better. The latter is filled with action-packed scenes and I could not put this down.
I see why others have given it 5 Stars and I definitely recommend it (and I might even read the sequel because I’m a sucker for plot-driven books).
With a visually stunning setting (full of craggy cliffs and vicious, magical island horses) and a sweet love story, this was a really enjoyable book.
This was a silly, fantastic, linguistically clever book in a completely unique writing style. One of my go-to rereads and I cannot wait for the sequel.
I liked this book. The storyline was engaging and the plot interesting and unique. I’ll even likely reread it. But I am just…very confused after the ending.
If your thing is/might be/could ever be villains believing in love, loyalty, and the goodness of people (*happy sigh*), then you must read this right now.
For a very entertaining read of honest breakup advice and juicy details on Andi’s experience with the Bachelor franchise, It’s Not Okay was a great book.