From Brightly Woven by Alexandra Bracken: Alz asks a pertinent question of caped wizard Wayland North.
|I'm not in the book nor is there a character named Alz.|
But if there were and it were me, I'd have a lot of these sorts of questions to ask.
From Daimon by Jennifer L. Armentrout: I don't remember if she actually flies screaming at the daimon like this, but the gardening trowel thing is absolutely true to the book.
|I just noticed that this looks like the Nightshade doodle I did last year.|
Apparently I associate badass heroines with flying full-body tackles.
From A Curse Dark As Gold by Elizabeth C. Bunce: Charlotte begs the shady, mysterious, sinister, magical man for help.
|Really? Are you SURE you mean ANYTHING? You realize what "anything" entails?|
From Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi: Warner makes a request of Juliette.
|Ah, Warner. Krispy loves him so. Hence why I made a (marginal) effort|
to draw him more nicely in his suit. This one's for you, Krispy!
Finally, a request! I've been on the lookout for a good YA fantasy (not urban or paranormal but straight fantasy) since Brightly Woven turned out to be disappointingly full of inexplicably random action and very little story, and The Girl of Fire and Thorns was a disappointment. I liked Graceling and Fire and need something to read while I wait for Bitterblue to come out. Got any good fantasy recs?