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Book-To-Screen Adaptations

I’m not quite sure what this post is going to be. I wanted to create a chattier kind of post, but I was struggling with an idea. I’m not the best at being chatty and all my ideas seemed too short or they would probably be too over the place. But, I thought the topic of book-to-screen adaptations would be decent. It will most likely still be a bit all over the place, but that’s alright! Most of my posts are like that already haha.

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Top Ten Tuesday: Books I Want To Read This Spring

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Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish that now has a new home at That Artsy Reader Girl.

I know it’s not Tuesday, but I had a different post go up that and I still wanted to participate in this week’s prompt! I’m not sure if it means books that are coming out this spring, spring-like books, or just books I plan on reading this spring. So, I’m going to do a little of everything!

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The Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen

*Spoiler free*

A future chieftain. Fie abides by one rule: look after your own. Her Crow caste of undertakers and mercy-killers takes more abuse than coin, but when they’re called to collect royal dead, she’s hoping they’ll find the payout of a lifetime. A fugitive prince. When Crown Prince Jasimir turns out to have faked his death, Fie’s ready to cut her losses—and perhaps his throat. But he offers a wager that she can’t refuse: protect him from a ruthless queen, and he’ll protect the Crows when he reigns. A too-cunning bodyguard. Hawk warrior Tavin has always put Jas’s life before his, magically assuming the prince’s appearance and shadowing his every step. But what happens when Tavin begins to want something to call his own?

Another crow book! They are popping up all over the place these days, but I can’t complain since they are such interesting creatures. I haven’t heard too much about this one, but the cover really drew me in. Plus, the synopsis sounded really fierce and blood thirsty, so I wanted to give it a try!

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