Mali Frazier, was shell one of the older people? im not on the TOG wiki much so i dont really have any clue on events in that wiki
I dont think any of these book suggestions relate to any of Sarah J Maas' books but here are my top 10 ish, none of these are ranked in any order, they are just some my favourite that i remembered off the top of my head:
Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton (its a trilogy and i LOVE it SO much)
Ship of Smoke and Steel By Django Wexler (LGBTQ+ so if you dont like that then dont read it)
The Illuminae Files by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff (its not written like a normal book, its written like a file record, i didnt like the style at first but as it got less confusing i loved it)
Dress Codes For Small Towns by Courtney C. Stevens (also LGBTQ+ but one part connected with me- "find people who have parts of your soul")
I am not Esther by Fluer Beale (its a trilogy, really interesting, a girl in an extremely religious family finds her way out, it might be a bit triggering to some people so be careful)
The Vagrant by Peter Newman (duology, i loved the first book, the second book not so much, i didnt finish the second)
Ok so theres two series here, directly related to each other, by Philip Pullman - His Dark Materials (better known as the golden compass series) and The Book of Dust (duology, might be a third on the way)
Haven Fall by Sara Holland (OMYGODS i loved this one so much but im so sad that its only one really short book, got it out in 1 1/2 hours, also LGBTQ+ but only light mention)
The Bone Witch by Rin Chupeco (trilogy, loved them)
Crown of Feathers by Niki Pau Preto (ILOVED this one sooo much its soo good theres this little bit of writing at the top of each chapter, put the parts together and it makes another story (if anybody wants the story without having to put it together themselves i could probably post it on the wiki))
Book of the Ancestors by Mark Lawrence (its super good i love it)
Ice Station by Matthew Riely (its an 'old' series, first one was written in 1998 or something)
I love Amren so much but i cant really relate to her, Mor on the other hand...
I like feyre but ive never really connected with her enough to like her to truly lover her, Nesta isnt talked about enough for me to love her either but i still like her a lot
Welcome! im not super active here cause this wiki is mayhem but hey, its pretty cool as well
I haven't read Crescent City yet but it definitely sounds like a poke to ACOTAR
I completely agree with you on all points dude (I call everyone dude so if you don't want me to, just say), I have no idea how the conversation got here but lets go.
1.The definition of perfect is different for every person based on their beliefs and their experiences in life, its not one unified meaning but a fractured view
2. Same goes for music, each genre of music can mean different things to different people, music doesn't have one intended meaning, it is meant to be interpreted by the listener. Its not always the beat that people like but the lyrics, you might connect with a song or the lyrics of that song and as you listen to it the meaning behind the words will change as you change. No song or genre is meaningless
3. Yes, women and men are not made equal, its in our nature. Men generally have a more muscular build, and if a man does not have a muscular build, he is not any less of a man. Women are built with more motherly instincts and a strong sense of initiative, if a woman isn't like that, it doesn't make her any less of a woman. Thats why men usually feature in jobs that require strength while women are more suited to jobs as caretakers, but if you don't want to do that then go ahead, no one should be able to stop you. Every one should have to earn their place, no one should be chosen for a job just because of their gender.
4. dont force your opinion on anyone please, its a waste of time and the other person doesn't really wanna hear it. if you rant to someone about a topic, you might educate them a bit, they might not completely agree with you but they also might change their opinion, no one is forced to agree with you, but you dont have to argue about it. onions will change, no ones opinion will be the same for their whole life, no one should change just so that their opinion aligns with yours
Is he really tho??? like he has good writing, did a couple good things but that dosent make him a good person
Its not impossible, just prty hard to do
This fandom is kinda dry tho :/
Im pretty sure its only in ACoFaS that we get his perspective
I dont think so??
Good luck finding someone whos read up to ACoFaS and dosen't completely hate him
Sarah J Maas played us like so good, like bruh, i thought killing a character was the worst you could do to someone but what she did with tamlin was.. just... wow
Tamlin can get f***ed
Lol, i could never forget these
Yes the tool seems to have that effect on many people
Also rhys tried to woo amren with a necklace (didn't happen in the books, was just mentioned), the same necklace amren gave to feyre when she entered the prison.
And feyre gave her jewelery to the water spirits (forgot what they were called if someone can remind me) so that they could pay the tithe when feyre was stuck with the tool