Praise for the Daughter of Smoke and Bone trilogy:
I like to spread the word when I come across a book that excites me. I read Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor last weekend (sequel to Daughter of Smoke and Bone) and I'm all fired up about it. Thank you, Ms. Taylor, for a thrilling couple of days. I am in your debt. (Warning readers: this is one of those series that will have you tearing at your hair and gnashing your teeth waiting for the next installment. Be prepared.)
This is Romeo and Juliet on a sprawling fantasy stage.
Heartbreak, war and magic spells abound in this captivating romance . . . There's slaying aplenty, but Taylor mitigates the violence with an unquenchable belief in the restorative powers of love and hope - and magic
Transports the reader to the very centre of the action; you soon forget it's a fight between ethereal being and beast; you forget that this is fantasy
Plunges us into a world of beauty and horror . . . intricately plotted . . . it's a book that flies between worlds on blood-tipped wings and grips like a magical vice.
This imaginative final novel in the fantasy DAUGHTER OF SMOKE AND BONE series is a gripping page-turner.
Fantasy and romance combine. . . If you've ever wondered what would happen if an angel and a devil fell in love, you're about to find out.