Over the next three weeks I'm both moving across the country and editing Sorrow 2, so new posts from me are going to be thin on the ground. Thankfully, I have lots of excellent readers who take much nicer photos than I do, so I'm going to repost a few of theirs. Beginning with this one, by @paperwhales. Her original post is below: ・・・ ・・・ ・・・ ⭐#fivestarfriday ⭐ Honestly I want to kick off my account with hyping #stateofsorrow by @melindasalisbury as this amazing, amazing book was so inspiring and helped me to decide my university degree - crazy right? State of Sorrow is a YA fantasy that has so many twists and turns; as well as one of the most well-written political climate and powerplay I've ever had the pleasure of reading. It's very topical and explores the divisions of different countries and how the interact; as well as allowing us to follow a complex female protagonist who overcomes more than her own self doubts on her path to leadership. If you're in need of a complex, enchanting read please consider picking this book up!