Would you consider yourself a mischief maker or a rule

Would you consider yourself a mischief maker or a rule

7/15/2021, 8:04:05 PM
Would you consider yourself a mischief maker or a rule follower? When I was a teenager I had one friend that I did absolutely everything with, and we used to get into all sorts of trouble that would leave us laughing so hard we could barely breathe. ha. I grew up to be a rule follower, but I’m still willing to get up to some mischief with the right friends. 😂😂 One of my favorite parts of “Forest of Souls” is the strong bond and friendship between the main character Sirscha and her best friend Saengo. Despite Sirscha’s rule bending and Saengo’s rule following, these two stick by each other’s side. (Strong, loyal friendships are my favorite) ALSO I know I haven’t been on Instagram much in the last month (so many shifting priorities and new routines for quarantine summer) so I might have just missed everyone talking about this book?? But I feel like it needs more attention! I was sucked right into “Forest of Souls” from the start and really loved Sirscha as a character. She had a good balance for me as a YA heroine. She was tough and super skilled through her hard work, but she had a lot of room to grow as well. I also admittedly really loved that this book focused on (in my opinion) the right priorities. haha. So, given the situation at hand and everything that was going on and required of our heroine, there was no romance in this part of the story and that felt super right. Also, as I have said before, I love a little romantic plot for sure, but I generally prefer my books to be focused on magic, loyal friendships, and fast-paced action. So if you’re like me in that way, I highly recommend this. It’s definitely a contender for my top 10 of 2020 books for sure. The actual forest of souls in the book is such a dark and creepy concept and I found that I really enjoyed the magic and politics of this world and the story. Really looking forward to the next book! #bookreview #forestofsouls #lorimlee

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