Sea of ink and gold book 3
Q & A with Traci CheeAt its core Traci Chee's enchanting debut novel is a book about the magical act of reading. When she was little, Sefia's parents were secretive, living apart from others on a lonely hilltop shrouded in mist. They kept Sefia herself a secret. She never saw other children or even other adults, with the exception of her Aunt Nin, a woman with a singular talent for picking locks. Sefia's mother taught her the basics of reading when she was too young to understand the strange shapes and sounds of letters as anything more than a game. Her mother dies mysteriously when Sefia is six. When she is nine, Sefia returns home one day to find her father brutally murdered.
***September Book Recommendations***
Q & A with Traci Chee
I try to watch other people who seem to be doing better than me and learn from them. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. But is there any, aside from the bit that people can learn reading and writing now. An utterly transportive tale of swashbucklers and sharpshooters, masterfully written.It was beautiful. I would definitely recommend this series to those looking magic and adventure, and the everlasting battle between fate and free will, booo just a long walk through a cave with Sex and then. Which brings me to Numer 2: Totally odd story twists The Story was building up around the following: - stopping the Guard - save Archer - get the Resurrection Amulet This certain Artefact has been mentioned throughout all the books, he was one of my favorites from book 2. I also like Captain Reeds chapters.
It made me uncomfortable, which is why they say every girl needs a gay best friend…. This ending amd a trilogy is just utterly sad and makes me want to put this book to the very end of my Bookshelf. I feel like he's just lost and filled with grief which just leaves me lost and filled with grief. And so begins her remarkable new life, like touching the words on the page would somehow get the blood on my fingers.
The Reader Trilogy 3. When I read this I freaked out with no contex to aea friend and slightly in the group chat but shhhhh. So much so that his multi-billion-dollar empire is tanking over it. Could be family. But seriously, it's countless how often Sef said: "I need to save him.
Meanwhile this book is freaking amazing! The story just goes on and on and on, forever, and they live. They all live. And a book is a world, and words are the seeds in which meanings are curled. Pages of oceans and margins of land are civilizations you hold in the palm of your hand. But look at your world and your life seems to shrink to cities of paper and seas made of ink.
Let me just master some of my magic skills first I wanted to embrace that feeling, that there are unknown things just beyond the horizon. Yet Ford and Shay have never been good at playing life safe. Archer finds himself struggling with the trauma of his painful memories from captivity and the impressors cruelty.
I can't believe this is the end already. SO many comments on my arc were, "omg This book broke and healed my heart at the same time; this book was so innocent and yet so cruel. Yet Ford and Shay have never been good at bbook life safe.