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Way of her uest – not when she has an entire world to save Beneath the PDFEPUBMuch common than one would supposeIf she can't find a way to restore her mother Rini will have than a world to save she will never have been born in the first The Wayward Children series has stolen my heart yet again What a wonderful third installment to an already fantastic seriesAs always Seanan McGuire has one of the most elouent writing sty

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Beneath the Sugar Sky

When Rini lands with a literal splash in the pond behind Eleanor West's Home for Wayward Children the last thing she expects to find is that her mother Sumi died years before Rini was even conceived But Rini can’t let Reality get in the ARC provided by Tor in exchange for an honest review1 Every Heart a Doorway 2 Down Among the Sticks and Bones This is my 100th review of 2017 And I couldn

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Place And in a world without magic she doesn’t have long before Reality notices her existence and washes her away Good thing the student body is well acuainted with uestsA tale of friendship baking and derring doWarning May contain nuts I know I know 2 stars 2 starsWell friends my expectations for this book were sky high 2 stars is actually being generous Considering it took me a whole month of slogging through 10 page


10 thoughts on “Beneath the Sugar Sky

  1. says:

    But children ah children Children follow the foxes and open the wardrobes and peek beneath the bridge Children climb the walls and fall down the wells and run the razor’s edge of possibility until sometimes just sometimes the possible surr

  2. says:

    “They can be hard for their families to understand those returned used up miracle children They sound like liars to people who never had a doorway of their own They sound like dreamers They sound unwell to the charitable and simply sick to the cruel” The Wayward Children series continues to be strong but I felt this book doesn’t reach the same level as the previous twoWe are back at Eleanor West's Home for Wayward Children where chi

  3. says:

    ARC provided by Tor in exchange for an honest review1 Every Heart a Doorway ★★★★★ 2 Down Among the Sti

  4. says:

    I'm so disappointedI've realized that I'm in love with the idea of these books rather than the actual plots which was never apparent than in this installment It didn't work for me from start to finishFor the past two novellas I've blamed my lack of connection to the story on the simple fact that they weren't long enough However this plot seem

  5. says:

    Re read 1320 I still feel pretty much the same I've felt during all of my previous reads of this one It isn't my favorite but I do still love everything about this series and honestly I'll take any opportunity I can get to hang out w

  6. says:

    The Wayward Children series has stolen my heart yet again What a wonderful third installment to an already fantastic seriesAs always Seanan McGuire has one of the most elouent writing styles of which I have ever had the plea

  7. says:

    385 Stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️“There is kindness in the world if we know how to look for it If we never start denying it the door” This is definitely my least favorite from the series apart from the first one of course Something about changing perspectives in a single page bugs me I can't feel close and personal to a character when it changes POV all the time In 200 page books like this one it doesn't

  8. says:

    oooh goodreads choice awards semifinalist for best fantasy 2018 what will happen Nobody promised me a happy ending They didn't even promise me a happy existencei love this series so dingdang much it’s true that i gave this one four stars instead of the five stars i gave to the other two but it’s a really high four stars there’s been no decline in writing uality character development or worldbuilding not

  9. says:

    I know I know 2 stars 2 starsWell friends my expectations for this book were sky high 2 stars is actually being generous Considering it took me a whole month of slogging through 10 pages at a time of this 176 page book I thi

  10. says:

    This series just keeps getting better “Adults can still tumble down rabbit holes and into enchanted wardrobes but it happens less and less with every year they live Maybe this is a natural conseuence of living in a world where being careful is a necessary survival trait where logic wears away the potential for something bigger and better than the obvious” This is seriously one of the best worlds I've ever come across