Muse of Nightmares by Laini Taylor

Fantasy Series / Book 2 of 2

  1. Strange the Dreamer – 5/5 – Review
  2. Muse of Nightmares – 5/5

528 pages

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My dentist says that it looks like I’ve been grinding my teeth and I should consider wearing a mouth guard. Some people might blame the stress of raising 3 young children, moving across the country, starting homeschool, or any other number of stress inducing things.

I, however, blame Muse of Nightmares because this book had me on the edge of my seat for the duration of the story. I read this book in the middle of the night while feeding the baby and I never chose to not read because I was too tired to keep my eyes open. I was invested in the story and I wanted to absorb it as much as I could.

Oh, how I worried about Lazlo and Sarai. Oh, how I feared Minya and her undying wrath. Oh, how I loved and feared for Kora and Nova, who are new to the story but play such an important part.

This book was exquisitely written. The world and characters felt alive. The timing and developments felt realistic and flowed beautifully. I loved it. It was really fantastic.

I definitely need to read more of Laini Taylor’s stories. Have you read any of her other work?

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