I'm one of more than a thousand bloggers taking part in the A-Z Blogging challenge this year. The goal is to blog everyday in April - except Sundays. You don't need a theme...but I've got one.
It's called watchYAreading. Each day, I'll be blogging about a young adult book I have read - and loved (or at least really liked).
Fragile Eternity absolutely fits into the love category, along with everything Melissa Marr has written, has yet to write, or has ever thought about writing.
This is the third book in a series that forever changed my opinion of faeries.(Ironically, faeries are the subject of my Most-Wanted Monsters post, too!) They're creepy, yes, but some of them are so damned sexy. Fragile Eternity isn't my favorite book in the series, but that's not saying much - all of them rank at the top of YA fiction I'd read again and again. And again.
When it comes to world building and character development, few do it better than Marr. Start with Wicked Lovely, though. The opening chapter will solidify why Melissa will become one of your favorite storytellers.
Disagree? Ok...I'm open to suggestions. Which "F" book should have made my list? Tell me in the comments section. At the end of the month I'll choose three readers to win a copy of SPIRITED, an anthology of haunting YA fiction.