For fans of Maggie Stiefvater and Lesley Livingston comes a clever twist on the mortal/immortal love story by hot debut author Ryan Graudin. Intense and elec. A paranormal romance that’s notable for its Fae protagonist’s honest examination of what loving a mortal will cost her. Read All That Glows by Ryan Graudin by Ryan Graudin by Ryan Graudin for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android.

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All That Glows

Paperbackpages. Throughout the book, they have zero chemistry, other than Emrys stating over and over how much Richard means to her.

The worldbuilding is basically nonexistent. Going into the story, I thought it was pretty standard, a body gu An Electronic Advanced Reader Copy was provided by the publisher via Edelweiss for review.

Emrys is a Fae. In this chaos of dark magic, palace murders, and paparazzi, Emrys finds herself facing an impossible choice. The Relationship I was really hoping that the love story in this book would make up for something She feels currents, jolts, bolts of electricity in the air whenever she graudib around him.

I… You guys, I really did not enjoy this book I also really, really, really hope the author does not Google herself today. There is just absolutely no excuse for this level of sexism in a book for young readers.

Think infinity worse than Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi – Insta-love – Graudiin things happening all over the place – Romance everywhere.


And our girl falls in love with HIM? At first, I thought the tha was a little simplistic and almost predictable. Because I didn’t want to start with a bad book, I decided not to read it. Protect the prince, figure out who is targeting the royal family.

Lots of snark and awful metaphors and whatnot. Like a grappling hook violently flung by some plummeting climber. Which only goes to tell you that age does not necessarily equal wisdom. It took a long time to get any sort of information leading to an overarching plot-arc, and up to that point there were just random attacks on Richard. View all 7 comments. I like the font treatment on the cover. This is, more or less, Prince Harry fanfiction. They are all very stiff and gliws and actually make no sense.

However, thqt not only have against their relationship the fact that a fae cannot reveal herself to a human.

It was an okay story.

He was also very sweet and utterly adorable. Barring a somewhat lackluster love interest and some juvenile behaviors, which didn’t make sense given supposed age I’m confused here I tell you – I’ve seen this done before and in this case it didn’t work for meI pushed forward blows hopes that there would be more to this story, because hey I love all things fey, but I’m sad to say I did in no way love this.

Not awful, but not great either. With Trying to get through this book was painful. An advance copy was provided by the publisher for this review. I loved Ryan’s story and I think that you, Book Addicts, are going to love it, too.

I didn’t care for Richard. XP No but really, there are similes thah metaphors everywhere a single page did not go grauidn without one and they did not make one bit of sense.


All That Glows (All That Glows, #1) by Ryan Graudin

That’s when I was truly unable to stop reading it until I knew how this story would end. Jun 28, Debbie Narh rated it did not like it Shelves: It really is super appealing. I didn’t care for “Embers” or her worries. And can Emrys ever give up everything to really be with him? Jul 12, Nikki rated it did not like it Shelves: I really liked her.


I’ve seen death in every way: Especially the effect on faeries – that was a nice touch. This book is all about the romance between Emrys and Richard.

For despite all her powers, Emrys has discovered a force that burns brighter than magic: The look at both the faery world and the history of England is cursory, but Graudin does mine familiar folklore to make several terrifying villains the Banshee is particularly disturbing. The flatulence that comes from dining on rotten liver and kidney pie with raw garlic, garnished with a side of beans and broccoli.

There are some twists not manyand I didn’t really see the culprit coming. Jul 12, Beth rated it really liked it Shelves: Richard sees Emrys, even though she is supposed to be invisible. The “love” story was lukewarm at best and I honestly couldn’t see the attraction between these two characters.