Rest of in is my most recent book review. I’m always happy to help other people get their books reviewed. I try to post at least once a week, if not more.
Rest of in is my second book review. I wrote this one a while ago.
I can’t find any of the reviews for Rest of In, so I’ll leave a review here.
Rest of In (Roi) is the first book in the Rest of In series by Sarah J. Maas. It’s the fourth book in the trilogy, and it’s the first one that I have actually read. I’ve been meaning to read it for a little while now, and I’m glad I finally did. I’ve loved the series so far, and I loved Ri. It’s an impressive book.
This one got some buzz, in fact. Although I actually only read the first two books in the series, I read them at least three times. I loved the third book, Ri, and I was on board from the beginning. I can’t really say enough good things about this book. I have a feeling that this will be the next best thing to Ri for me.
I have a problem with the third book, Ri. It feels like the first book is about a man who has no memory of a time that he’s on the beach with no memory of anything that happened in the past. The series was so good and the characters so good, I felt like I had a good time. I couldn’t believe I was reading this. I must have been thinking that I was reading Ri while I was on the beach.
The third book in the Ri series just seemed to take too long. I was bored all the time, and I thought that my interest was waning. If you read Ri as a series, you werent expecting to be so bored and you werent expecting to be so invested in it.
The second book in the Ri series is much more fun. The characters are a little more aggressive and the story is much more interesting. I had a few moments where I felt like I was being watched with a gun in my hand. After reading the first book, I was really interested in the characters and the story and then the story was in its final stages and didn’t feel like I was watching this.
I know this is a bit of an extreme example, but I have had a hard time finding a book that I was both actively interested in and yet also left with a lingering taste of sadness. I have a few favorite books that I read (and that are still on my bookshelf) but I have so many that I can’t keep them all. This is the biggest reason why I think that Ri is the best Ri story ever written.
In the end, I think that the story was what kept me reading Ri, but the characters were what kept me reading Ri, as well. The story is so rich in character and dialogue and it just felt like Ri was a story about the people in it. I just really felt like at the end I had this huge load of characters I didnt know and had no need to know.