This is the third book in The Raven Cycle series.
Blue Lily, Lily Blue took me way longer to read for some strange reason I could not get into the story as much as I did with the other two books. I felt as though some moments dragged on near the beginning and nothing happened for the first half of the book. Near the end it was beginning to get good and it ended in the best possible way, setting up a perfect fourth book in the series. Seriously, my mind was blown in every possible way, what an ending.
Like the other books Blue Lily, Lily Blue switches point of views from the main characters. Most of which was from the point of view of Adam and Blue. Sometimes when there’s different points of views in books it takes away from the story, this is not what happened in the story. I think it added to it. Maggie Stiefvater knows how to write different types of characters, each with their own background, interests and personalities. Something that is definitely hard to write, but she does it perfectly.
Another thing Maggie Stiefvater does is combine our world with another magical entity/world known as Cabeswater. The way she writes both the enchanted world, our world, and how they transition between one and the other is brilliant, it’s done so perfectly it’s simple amazing.
If you want to read a book with a magical, yet almost realistic, world and characters with their own human characteristics than The Raven Cycle is the book for you.
My reaction by the end of this book:
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By the way, have you seen the fan art for the series? It all is so AWESOME! But some of these pictures are spoilers of the second book, not the third one.