Mini Reviews: Sequels || 5


So, if you are not aware, it is not a normalthing for me to post spoilers in my reviews.

Pretty much all of my book reviews are spoiler-free.

If I ever do a spoiler review, it's very rare,and I warn your first.

Here's a spoiler review here, if you wantto watch one.


*laughs*And I think I only did one other spoiler review.

Oh, there it is there.

So because I don't do spoiler reviews, itmakes it difficult to review sequels.

So what I do, is I wait until I've read 4or 5 sequels, and I talk a little bit about each of them in one video,so I can still let you know how I felt about them, without giving anything away in caseyou haven't read the first books in the series or anything like that.

I will have full reviews to the previous booksin the series linked down below, for these books if you wanna check them out, if youhaven't done so.

So let's get started, I guess.

The first sequel that I read since my lastvideo was Salt & Stone by Victoria Scott, which is the sequel to Fire & Flood.

It was just as good as the first one.

It was super exciting.

It was action packed.

It was suspenseful.

It was intense.

And it was still hilarious.

Tella, the main character is so funny.

So I gave this 5 out of 5 stars.

I absolutely loved it.

I loved it, I loved it.

The only thing that's annoying about it isit doesn't have, like a proper conclusion.

Because I'm pretty sure when the author waswriting this, she was planning on it being three books long and it's only two.

So you guys should go out and buy them andthen maybe the publisher will be like: "Hey! People like these books! Let's let her write a third one!" Next sequel that I read is actually the fourthand final book in the Raven Cycle, which is The Raven King.

And I have this two stars.

(whispering) 'Cause I didn't like it.

I liked it for the most part while I was readingit.

Like I loved the writing and I loved the charactersand I loved what was happening to a lot of the characters.


I didn't like the way the story went.

I didn't like.

The ending.

I don't want to talk about it.

Let's move on.

The next sequel that I read is The MadnessUnderneath by Maureen Johnson, which is the sequel to The Name of the Star.

This book was quite a bit shorter than thefirst one and I really enjoyed it.

I didn't enjoy it quite as much as the firstone, but I did like it a lot still, I gave this 4 out of 5 stars.

The main character is hilarious in this, andI really enjoyed her.

But the story itself was quite different fromthe story in the first one, like the story in the first one's about the Jack the Ripperand this was about something else that I can't tell you about, but it was reallygood and I feel like it kinda went into the characters a little bit more and it endedon this crazy cliffhanger, so I'm really excited to read the third one.

Soon, hopefully.

And the last sequel that I read was Firewalkerby Josephine Angelini, which is the sequel to Trial by Fire.

I didn't like this as much as the first oneas well, I gave this 4 stars and I gave the first one 5 stars, but I did still reallyenjoy it.

I just felt like there were some aspects ofthe story that were really cheesy.

And just the way it came about and the waythey were talking about it and the, just the way everyone was reacting to things, it wasreally cheesy and pretty cringeworthy.

But besides that it was really interesting.

I feel like the story was a little bit slowerthan the first one, there wasn't as much happening, but it was still intriguing, and like, therewas a lot of interesting information that you learned, also I felt like some of it wasreally funny.

Overall, I still did really like it.

I'm looking forward to reading the third one.

Those are all of my sequels that I have readsince the last time I talked about sequels that I read And I guess that's all.

So, have a great day!.


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