The Gilded Wolves

The Gilded Wolves

AN INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLER From New York Times bestselling author Roshani Chokshi comes The Gilded Wolves, a novel set in Paris during a time of extraordinary change?one that is full of mystery, decadence, and dangerous desires... No one believes in them. But soon no one will forget them. It's 1889. The city is on the cusp of industry and power, and the Expositio AN INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLER From New York Times bestselling author Roshani Chokshi comes Th...

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Title:The Gilded Wolves
Author:Roshani Chokshi
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:The Gilded Wolves
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:388 pages pages

The Gilded Wolves Reviews

  • Nenia ✨ Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ✨ Campbell
    Jan 30, 2019

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

  • Tatiana
    Dec 19, 2018

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

    THIS. BOOK. it's rare for me to find a book whose world i wish to inhabit. THE GILDED WOLVES is just that kind of novel. everything about it leaps off the page, from the carefully constructed narrative to the wonderful cast of characters, spanning across the globe, from all walks of...

    The world is confusing: the more I read, the less I understand. The characters are bland: the more I struggle to picture them, the less invested I am. The premise promises but never before have I wished to chop a premise?s head off as much as right now. The writing is beautiful, so i...

    This was a glittering and lush and overwhelming story of heists and grandeur and DEVASTATION. All the chill things. Actually hold up, hold up, this is the least chill book ever. It's set in the 1800s in Paris, with MAGIC and artefacts, and the most adorable and flamboyant cast ever. I ...

    I'll preface this review by addressing the giant literary elephant in the room. Yes, the comparisons to A Six of Crows are legitimate and at times startling. However, there is a huge difference between the two books. A Six of Crows is leagues ahead of this book in the enjoyment factor....

    "Half of winning is simply looking victorious." Never before have I wanted to DNF a book with less than 50 pages left, but there's a first time for everything. The Gilded Wolves was by far one of my most anticipated new releases of the year. I mean, a heist book with magic, set...

    Hey friends! Want to win an ARC of Gilded Wolves? I'm hosting a giveaway on my Instagram (@reverieandink) for that along with all the other lovely books you see pictured here! Be sure to check it out :) ...

    This sounds exactly like something I would read. ...

    Everything about this novel is detailed and yet shallow. The story needed A LOT of polishing before its publication. I blame the editor of this work as much as the author. Roshani Chokshi needs to work on not info-dumping so much, first of all, and on making all the backstory/m...

  • Melanie
    Sep 26, 2018

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

  • Kiki
    Jun 22, 2018

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

    THIS. BOOK. it's rare for me to find a book whose world i wish to inhabit. THE GILDED WOLVES is just that kind of novel. everything about it leaps off the page, from the carefully constructed narrative to the wonderful cast of characters, spanning across the globe, from all walks of...

    The world is confusing: the more I read, the less I understand. The characters are bland: the more I struggle to picture them, the less invested I am. The premise promises but never before have I wished to chop a premise?s head off as much as right now. The writing is beautiful, so i...

    This was a glittering and lush and overwhelming story of heists and grandeur and DEVASTATION. All the chill things. Actually hold up, hold up, this is the least chill book ever. It's set in the 1800s in Paris, with MAGIC and artefacts, and the most adorable and flamboyant cast ever. I ...

    I'll preface this review by addressing the giant literary elephant in the room. Yes, the comparisons to A Six of Crows are legitimate and at times startling. However, there is a huge difference between the two books. A Six of Crows is leagues ahead of this book in the enjoyment factor....

    "Half of winning is simply looking victorious." Never before have I wanted to DNF a book with less than 50 pages left, but there's a first time for everything. The Gilded Wolves was by far one of my most anticipated new releases of the year. I mean, a heist book with magic, set...

    Hey friends! Want to win an ARC of Gilded Wolves? I'm hosting a giveaway on my Instagram (@reverieandink) for that along with all the other lovely books you see pictured here! Be sure to check it out :) ...

    This sounds exactly like something I would read. ...

    Everything about this novel is detailed and yet shallow. The story needed A LOT of polishing before its publication. I blame the editor of this work as much as the author. Roshani Chokshi needs to work on not info-dumping so much, first of all, and on making all the backstory/m...

    Six of Crows, you said? Take my money, I said. ...

    After The Star-Touched Queen, Roshani Chokshi could write me a threatening letter in yellow crayon and I'd still be foaming at the mouth for more. ...

  • Jasmine from How Useful It Is
    Feb 24, 2019

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

    THIS. BOOK. it's rare for me to find a book whose world i wish to inhabit. THE GILDED WOLVES is just that kind of novel. everything about it leaps off the page, from the carefully constructed narrative to the wonderful cast of characters, spanning across the globe, from all walks of...

    The world is confusing: the more I read, the less I understand. The characters are bland: the more I struggle to picture them, the less invested I am. The premise promises but never before have I wished to chop a premise?s head off as much as right now. The writing is beautiful, so i...

    This was a glittering and lush and overwhelming story of heists and grandeur and DEVASTATION. All the chill things. Actually hold up, hold up, this is the least chill book ever. It's set in the 1800s in Paris, with MAGIC and artefacts, and the most adorable and flamboyant cast ever. I ...

    I'll preface this review by addressing the giant literary elephant in the room. Yes, the comparisons to A Six of Crows are legitimate and at times startling. However, there is a huge difference between the two books. A Six of Crows is leagues ahead of this book in the enjoyment factor....

    "Half of winning is simply looking victorious." Never before have I wanted to DNF a book with less than 50 pages left, but there's a first time for everything. The Gilded Wolves was by far one of my most anticipated new releases of the year. I mean, a heist book with magic, set...

    Hey friends! Want to win an ARC of Gilded Wolves? I'm hosting a giveaway on my Instagram (@reverieandink) for that along with all the other lovely books you see pictured here! Be sure to check it out :) ...

    This sounds exactly like something I would read. ...

    Everything about this novel is detailed and yet shallow. The story needed A LOT of polishing before its publication. I blame the editor of this work as much as the author. Roshani Chokshi needs to work on not info-dumping so much, first of all, and on making all the backstory/m...

    Six of Crows, you said? Take my money, I said. ...

    After The Star-Touched Queen, Roshani Chokshi could write me a threatening letter in yellow crayon and I'd still be foaming at the mouth for more. ...

    ARC provided by Wednesday Books via Netgalley in exchange for my honest thoughts and review. I really wanted to love this one. The premise and tone were right up my alley, and I just about combusted with excitement when I found out I was approved for an ARC. The only thing I real...

    ?it wasn't his intellect that made him unwanted. it was his face." ?he used to pray that when it came to attraction, his body would just choose between men and women, and not both. it was his second-oldest brother, bound for priesthood, who told him that god made no mistakes in ...

    I received this book for free from BookSparks as part of their YA Winter Reading Challenge. I just want to preface this review by saying that I haven?t read Six of Crows, which everyone has been comparing this book to. Since I haven?t read it, I can?t speak as to how similar ...

    I want to read this, but I recently read Six of Crows and I know that if I read this now, I'll spend the whole time comparing them : / ...

    I started reading Gilded Wolves on 1/14/2019 and finished it on 2/24/2019. (Please disregard my reading date. I was having a major reading slump and got a bad cold so it shouldn?t decide whether I love this book or not by the date). This book is definitely an excellent read. I enjoy ...

  • Emily May
    Oct 17, 2017

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

  • Renée Ahdieh
    Jan 02, 2019

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

    THIS. BOOK. it's rare for me to find a book whose world i wish to inhabit. THE GILDED WOLVES is just that kind of novel. everything about it leaps off the page, from the carefully constructed narrative to the wonderful cast of characters, spanning across the globe, from all walks of...

  • ✨    jamieson   ✨
    Nov 28, 2018

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

  • Megan ❀
    Oct 13, 2018

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

    THIS. BOOK. it's rare for me to find a book whose world i wish to inhabit. THE GILDED WOLVES is just that kind of novel. everything about it leaps off the page, from the carefully constructed narrative to the wonderful cast of characters, spanning across the globe, from all walks of...

    The world is confusing: the more I read, the less I understand. The characters are bland: the more I struggle to picture them, the less invested I am. The premise promises but never before have I wished to chop a premise?s head off as much as right now. The writing is beautiful, so i...

    This was a glittering and lush and overwhelming story of heists and grandeur and DEVASTATION. All the chill things. Actually hold up, hold up, this is the least chill book ever. It's set in the 1800s in Paris, with MAGIC and artefacts, and the most adorable and flamboyant cast ever. I ...

    I'll preface this review by addressing the giant literary elephant in the room. Yes, the comparisons to A Six of Crows are legitimate and at times startling. However, there is a huge difference between the two books. A Six of Crows is leagues ahead of this book in the enjoyment factor....

    "Half of winning is simply looking victorious." Never before have I wanted to DNF a book with less than 50 pages left, but there's a first time for everything. The Gilded Wolves was by far one of my most anticipated new releases of the year. I mean, a heist book with magic, set...

    Hey friends! Want to win an ARC of Gilded Wolves? I'm hosting a giveaway on my Instagram (@reverieandink) for that along with all the other lovely books you see pictured here! Be sure to check it out :) ...

    This sounds exactly like something I would read. ...

    Everything about this novel is detailed and yet shallow. The story needed A LOT of polishing before its publication. I blame the editor of this work as much as the author. Roshani Chokshi needs to work on not info-dumping so much, first of all, and on making all the backstory/m...

    Six of Crows, you said? Take my money, I said. ...

    After The Star-Touched Queen, Roshani Chokshi could write me a threatening letter in yellow crayon and I'd still be foaming at the mouth for more. ...

    ARC provided by Wednesday Books via Netgalley in exchange for my honest thoughts and review. I really wanted to love this one. The premise and tone were right up my alley, and I just about combusted with excitement when I found out I was approved for an ARC. The only thing I real...

  • Jessica
    Feb 11, 2019

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

    THIS. BOOK. it's rare for me to find a book whose world i wish to inhabit. THE GILDED WOLVES is just that kind of novel. everything about it leaps off the page, from the carefully constructed narrative to the wonderful cast of characters, spanning across the globe, from all walks of...

    The world is confusing: the more I read, the less I understand. The characters are bland: the more I struggle to picture them, the less invested I am. The premise promises but never before have I wished to chop a premise?s head off as much as right now. The writing is beautiful, so i...

    This was a glittering and lush and overwhelming story of heists and grandeur and DEVASTATION. All the chill things. Actually hold up, hold up, this is the least chill book ever. It's set in the 1800s in Paris, with MAGIC and artefacts, and the most adorable and flamboyant cast ever. I ...

    I'll preface this review by addressing the giant literary elephant in the room. Yes, the comparisons to A Six of Crows are legitimate and at times startling. However, there is a huge difference between the two books. A Six of Crows is leagues ahead of this book in the enjoyment factor....

    "Half of winning is simply looking victorious." Never before have I wanted to DNF a book with less than 50 pages left, but there's a first time for everything. The Gilded Wolves was by far one of my most anticipated new releases of the year. I mean, a heist book with magic, set...

    Hey friends! Want to win an ARC of Gilded Wolves? I'm hosting a giveaway on my Instagram (@reverieandink) for that along with all the other lovely books you see pictured here! Be sure to check it out :) ...

    This sounds exactly like something I would read. ...

    Everything about this novel is detailed and yet shallow. The story needed A LOT of polishing before its publication. I blame the editor of this work as much as the author. Roshani Chokshi needs to work on not info-dumping so much, first of all, and on making all the backstory/m...

    Six of Crows, you said? Take my money, I said. ...

    After The Star-Touched Queen, Roshani Chokshi could write me a threatening letter in yellow crayon and I'd still be foaming at the mouth for more. ...

    ARC provided by Wednesday Books via Netgalley in exchange for my honest thoughts and review. I really wanted to love this one. The premise and tone were right up my alley, and I just about combusted with excitement when I found out I was approved for an ARC. The only thing I real...

    ?it wasn't his intellect that made him unwanted. it was his face." ?he used to pray that when it came to attraction, his body would just choose between men and women, and not both. it was his second-oldest brother, bound for priesthood, who told him that god made no mistakes in ...

    I received this book for free from BookSparks as part of their YA Winter Reading Challenge. I just want to preface this review by saying that I haven?t read Six of Crows, which everyone has been comparing this book to. Since I haven?t read it, I can?t speak as to how similar ...

  • jessica
    Jan 24, 2019

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

  • C.G. Drews
    Dec 12, 2016

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

    THIS. BOOK. it's rare for me to find a book whose world i wish to inhabit. THE GILDED WOLVES is just that kind of novel. everything about it leaps off the page, from the carefully constructed narrative to the wonderful cast of characters, spanning across the globe, from all walks of...

    The world is confusing: the more I read, the less I understand. The characters are bland: the more I struggle to picture them, the less invested I am. The premise promises but never before have I wished to chop a premise?s head off as much as right now. The writing is beautiful, so i...

    This was a glittering and lush and overwhelming story of heists and grandeur and DEVASTATION. All the chill things. Actually hold up, hold up, this is the least chill book ever. It's set in the 1800s in Paris, with MAGIC and artefacts, and the most adorable and flamboyant cast ever. I ...

  • Felicia
    Nov 10, 2018

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

    THIS. BOOK. it's rare for me to find a book whose world i wish to inhabit. THE GILDED WOLVES is just that kind of novel. everything about it leaps off the page, from the carefully constructed narrative to the wonderful cast of characters, spanning across the globe, from all walks of...

    The world is confusing: the more I read, the less I understand. The characters are bland: the more I struggle to picture them, the less invested I am. The premise promises but never before have I wished to chop a premise?s head off as much as right now. The writing is beautiful, so i...

    This was a glittering and lush and overwhelming story of heists and grandeur and DEVASTATION. All the chill things. Actually hold up, hold up, this is the least chill book ever. It's set in the 1800s in Paris, with MAGIC and artefacts, and the most adorable and flamboyant cast ever. I ...

    I'll preface this review by addressing the giant literary elephant in the room. Yes, the comparisons to A Six of Crows are legitimate and at times startling. However, there is a huge difference between the two books. A Six of Crows is leagues ahead of this book in the enjoyment factor....

  • Lola
    Feb 09, 2019

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

    THIS. BOOK. it's rare for me to find a book whose world i wish to inhabit. THE GILDED WOLVES is just that kind of novel. everything about it leaps off the page, from the carefully constructed narrative to the wonderful cast of characters, spanning across the globe, from all walks of...

    The world is confusing: the more I read, the less I understand. The characters are bland: the more I struggle to picture them, the less invested I am. The premise promises but never before have I wished to chop a premise?s head off as much as right now. The writing is beautiful, so i...

  • destiny ♡⚔♡ [howling libraries]
    Sep 26, 2018

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    Jan 18, 2019

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

  • Hailey (Hailey in Bookland)
    Feb 22, 2019

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

  • Sabaa Tahir
    Dec 29, 2018

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

  • Roshani Chokshi
    Apr 14, 2018

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

  • Helena of Sparta ✰
    Jan 11, 2019

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

  • Warda
    Jan 16, 2019

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

    THIS. BOOK. it's rare for me to find a book whose world i wish to inhabit. THE GILDED WOLVES is just that kind of novel. everything about it leaps off the page, from the carefully constructed narrative to the wonderful cast of characters, spanning across the globe, from all walks of...

    The world is confusing: the more I read, the less I understand. The characters are bland: the more I struggle to picture them, the less invested I am. The premise promises but never before have I wished to chop a premise?s head off as much as right now. The writing is beautiful, so i...

    This was a glittering and lush and overwhelming story of heists and grandeur and DEVASTATION. All the chill things. Actually hold up, hold up, this is the least chill book ever. It's set in the 1800s in Paris, with MAGIC and artefacts, and the most adorable and flamboyant cast ever. I ...

    I'll preface this review by addressing the giant literary elephant in the room. Yes, the comparisons to A Six of Crows are legitimate and at times startling. However, there is a huge difference between the two books. A Six of Crows is leagues ahead of this book in the enjoyment factor....

    "Half of winning is simply looking victorious." Never before have I wanted to DNF a book with less than 50 pages left, but there's a first time for everything. The Gilded Wolves was by far one of my most anticipated new releases of the year. I mean, a heist book with magic, set...

    Hey friends! Want to win an ARC of Gilded Wolves? I'm hosting a giveaway on my Instagram (@reverieandink) for that along with all the other lovely books you see pictured here! Be sure to check it out :) ...

    This sounds exactly like something I would read. ...

    Everything about this novel is detailed and yet shallow. The story needed A LOT of polishing before its publication. I blame the editor of this work as much as the author. Roshani Chokshi needs to work on not info-dumping so much, first of all, and on making all the backstory/m...

    Six of Crows, you said? Take my money, I said. ...

  • Nick
    Jan 04, 2019

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

    THIS. BOOK. it's rare for me to find a book whose world i wish to inhabit. THE GILDED WOLVES is just that kind of novel. everything about it leaps off the page, from the carefully constructed narrative to the wonderful cast of characters, spanning across the globe, from all walks of...

    The world is confusing: the more I read, the less I understand. The characters are bland: the more I struggle to picture them, the less invested I am. The premise promises but never before have I wished to chop a premise?s head off as much as right now. The writing is beautiful, so i...

    This was a glittering and lush and overwhelming story of heists and grandeur and DEVASTATION. All the chill things. Actually hold up, hold up, this is the least chill book ever. It's set in the 1800s in Paris, with MAGIC and artefacts, and the most adorable and flamboyant cast ever. I ...

    I'll preface this review by addressing the giant literary elephant in the room. Yes, the comparisons to A Six of Crows are legitimate and at times startling. However, there is a huge difference between the two books. A Six of Crows is leagues ahead of this book in the enjoyment factor....

    "Half of winning is simply looking victorious." Never before have I wanted to DNF a book with less than 50 pages left, but there's a first time for everything. The Gilded Wolves was by far one of my most anticipated new releases of the year. I mean, a heist book with magic, set...

    Hey friends! Want to win an ARC of Gilded Wolves? I'm hosting a giveaway on my Instagram (@reverieandink) for that along with all the other lovely books you see pictured here! Be sure to check it out :) ...

    This sounds exactly like something I would read. ...

  • brain cell
    Jan 25, 2019

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

    THIS. BOOK. it's rare for me to find a book whose world i wish to inhabit. THE GILDED WOLVES is just that kind of novel. everything about it leaps off the page, from the carefully constructed narrative to the wonderful cast of characters, spanning across the globe, from all walks of...

    The world is confusing: the more I read, the less I understand. The characters are bland: the more I struggle to picture them, the less invested I am. The premise promises but never before have I wished to chop a premise?s head off as much as right now. The writing is beautiful, so i...

    This was a glittering and lush and overwhelming story of heists and grandeur and DEVASTATION. All the chill things. Actually hold up, hold up, this is the least chill book ever. It's set in the 1800s in Paris, with MAGIC and artefacts, and the most adorable and flamboyant cast ever. I ...

    I'll preface this review by addressing the giant literary elephant in the room. Yes, the comparisons to A Six of Crows are legitimate and at times startling. However, there is a huge difference between the two books. A Six of Crows is leagues ahead of this book in the enjoyment factor....

    "Half of winning is simply looking victorious." Never before have I wanted to DNF a book with less than 50 pages left, but there's a first time for everything. The Gilded Wolves was by far one of my most anticipated new releases of the year. I mean, a heist book with magic, set...

    Hey friends! Want to win an ARC of Gilded Wolves? I'm hosting a giveaway on my Instagram (@reverieandink) for that along with all the other lovely books you see pictured here! Be sure to check it out :) ...

    This sounds exactly like something I would read. ...

    Everything about this novel is detailed and yet shallow. The story needed A LOT of polishing before its publication. I blame the editor of this work as much as the author. Roshani Chokshi needs to work on not info-dumping so much, first of all, and on making all the backstory/m...

    Six of Crows, you said? Take my money, I said. ...

    After The Star-Touched Queen, Roshani Chokshi could write me a threatening letter in yellow crayon and I'd still be foaming at the mouth for more. ...

    ARC provided by Wednesday Books via Netgalley in exchange for my honest thoughts and review. I really wanted to love this one. The premise and tone were right up my alley, and I just about combusted with excitement when I found out I was approved for an ARC. The only thing I real...

    ?it wasn't his intellect that made him unwanted. it was his face." ?he used to pray that when it came to attraction, his body would just choose between men and women, and not both. it was his second-oldest brother, bound for priesthood, who told him that god made no mistakes in ...

  • شيماء ✨
    Aug 11, 2018

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

  • Chelsea Humphrey
    Dec 13, 2018

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

  • Zainab
    Feb 13, 2019

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

  • Brittney ~ Reverie and Ink
    Nov 08, 2016

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

    THIS. BOOK. it's rare for me to find a book whose world i wish to inhabit. THE GILDED WOLVES is just that kind of novel. everything about it leaps off the page, from the carefully constructed narrative to the wonderful cast of characters, spanning across the globe, from all walks of...

    The world is confusing: the more I read, the less I understand. The characters are bland: the more I struggle to picture them, the less invested I am. The premise promises but never before have I wished to chop a premise?s head off as much as right now. The writing is beautiful, so i...

    This was a glittering and lush and overwhelming story of heists and grandeur and DEVASTATION. All the chill things. Actually hold up, hold up, this is the least chill book ever. It's set in the 1800s in Paris, with MAGIC and artefacts, and the most adorable and flamboyant cast ever. I ...

    I'll preface this review by addressing the giant literary elephant in the room. Yes, the comparisons to A Six of Crows are legitimate and at times startling. However, there is a huge difference between the two books. A Six of Crows is leagues ahead of this book in the enjoyment factor....

    "Half of winning is simply looking victorious." Never before have I wanted to DNF a book with less than 50 pages left, but there's a first time for everything. The Gilded Wolves was by far one of my most anticipated new releases of the year. I mean, a heist book with magic, set...

    Hey friends! Want to win an ARC of Gilded Wolves? I'm hosting a giveaway on my Instagram (@reverieandink) for that along with all the other lovely books you see pictured here! Be sure to check it out :) ...

  • Hamad
    Dec 29, 2018

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

  • Amy (libraryofamy)
    Jan 20, 2019

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

    THIS. BOOK. it's rare for me to find a book whose world i wish to inhabit. THE GILDED WOLVES is just that kind of novel. everything about it leaps off the page, from the carefully constructed narrative to the wonderful cast of characters, spanning across the globe, from all walks of...

    The world is confusing: the more I read, the less I understand. The characters are bland: the more I struggle to picture them, the less invested I am. The premise promises but never before have I wished to chop a premise?s head off as much as right now. The writing is beautiful, so i...

    This was a glittering and lush and overwhelming story of heists and grandeur and DEVASTATION. All the chill things. Actually hold up, hold up, this is the least chill book ever. It's set in the 1800s in Paris, with MAGIC and artefacts, and the most adorable and flamboyant cast ever. I ...

    I'll preface this review by addressing the giant literary elephant in the room. Yes, the comparisons to A Six of Crows are legitimate and at times startling. However, there is a huge difference between the two books. A Six of Crows is leagues ahead of this book in the enjoyment factor....

    "Half of winning is simply looking victorious." Never before have I wanted to DNF a book with less than 50 pages left, but there's a first time for everything. The Gilded Wolves was by far one of my most anticipated new releases of the year. I mean, a heist book with magic, set...

  • Azrah
    Jan 25, 2019

    This book is over and all I?m left with is a fucked-up sleep schedule and 100 more crushes on fictional characters that I don?t have time for. Everything I knew about The Gilded Wolves? fascinating premise led me to believe that it?s going to dig in the talons of sentimental...

    History is a myth shaped by the tongues of conquerors. - From the Author's Note Well. Chokshi has really stepped up her game with this book. It's like Six of Crows mixed with the best bits of a Dan Brown book. In short, it's full of friendship, scheming, and lots of puzzles to solv...

    ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. ?Sometimes the only way to take down what had destroyed you was to disguise yourself as part of it.? Most of you know that Roshani Chokshi is one of my favorite authors. I loved both The Star-To...

    this book is serving some major ?six of crows? meets ?the da vinci code' realness and i had no idea that was something i needed in my life until now. gosh, with a story this good, where do i even begin? the massive cast of diverse and interesting characters who have each made...

    DNF @ pg. 37 UPDATE: I decided I'm just going to straight up DNF this. I didn't get very far but I just don't think this is a book for me. I think the concept is so cool but unfortunately the writing style didn't mesh with me. I got about 40 pages into this and just felt very co...

    Apparently, this is the first in a TRILOGY! YAY! Well...I?m pretty disappointed with that ending. Surely Chokshi could?ve chosen a better cliffhanger to make us anticipate the next book??? Eh, oh well. I still really loved this! This book was pretty confusing at times, in reg...

    1/15 Edit: It's here!!! It's been almost 3 years since this trilogy first sold, and I still can't quite believe it's finally on shelves. So many people have touched this book and helped forge (ha ha) it into the story that it is today. This book demanded so much of my heart and taug...

    He thought of the stories he'd heard growing up about the underworld. The tale of Orpheus, who looked behind him and lost everything. He wouldn't be that. He would descend and ascend, and lose nothing but a handful of time. I. AM. DEAD. Friends, I have no words to describe ...

    I read the first chapter of Gilded Wolves and was like "ok, I need to clear like 2 days because once I start this, I won't be able to put it down." AND SO IT WAS. Roshani perfectly balances the stories of Severin, Laila, Zofia, Enrique and Tristan, taking us on an unrelenting adventure...

    "If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell."-Virgil Hello friends, and let me welcome you to my review of my favorite fantasy novel of the year.... err of 2019? Whichever way you look at it, The Gilded Wolves is the type of read where after turning the final page your jaw hits the ...

    This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription ?Half of winning, my dear wallet, is simply looking victorious.? ? This was one of my most anticipated books for the year and given how much I love Six of Crows, I thought I would love this on...

    The setting is Paris, 1889, and the world is a strange and industrious place, run by Forgers and curators of fantastical items. Sverin is a treasure-hunter with a crew, and he?s looking to find the item he needs to be reinstated in his rightful place, to receive the inheritance ta...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest Here we freaking go again. Once more the Conductor of Crushed Dreams and Disappointment? has seen fit to kick me off the YA Hype Train. Most of my friends were singing this book's praises, and I was like, "Oh boy, a book...

    So good. So precious. So beautiful. If you're wondering, yes, it is like Six of Crows with The Da Vinci Code and National Treasure sprinkled on top ( I bet you were wondering exactly that) I loved this. A lot. Here's a brief description of the characters: Severin: The...

    Here is the January Owlcrate Box. Click on link below picture to see the goodies. THE GOODIES LINK This just wasn?t for me =( Mel ???? ...

    THIS. BOOK. it's rare for me to find a book whose world i wish to inhabit. THE GILDED WOLVES is just that kind of novel. everything about it leaps off the page, from the carefully constructed narrative to the wonderful cast of characters, spanning across the globe, from all walks of...

    The world is confusing: the more I read, the less I understand. The characters are bland: the more I struggle to picture them, the less invested I am. The premise promises but never before have I wished to chop a premise?s head off as much as right now. The writing is beautiful, so i...

    This was a glittering and lush and overwhelming story of heists and grandeur and DEVASTATION. All the chill things. Actually hold up, hold up, this is the least chill book ever. It's set in the 1800s in Paris, with MAGIC and artefacts, and the most adorable and flamboyant cast ever. I ...

    I'll preface this review by addressing the giant literary elephant in the room. Yes, the comparisons to A Six of Crows are legitimate and at times startling. However, there is a huge difference between the two books. A Six of Crows is leagues ahead of this book in the enjoyment factor....

    "Half of winning is simply looking victorious." Never before have I wanted to DNF a book with less than 50 pages left, but there's a first time for everything. The Gilded Wolves was by far one of my most anticipated new releases of the year. I mean, a heist book with magic, set...

    Hey friends! Want to win an ARC of Gilded Wolves? I'm hosting a giveaway on my Instagram (@reverieandink) for that along with all the other lovely books you see pictured here! Be sure to check it out :) ...

    This sounds exactly like something I would read. ...

    Everything about this novel is detailed and yet shallow. The story needed A LOT of polishing before its publication. I blame the editor of this work as much as the author. Roshani Chokshi needs to work on not info-dumping so much, first of all, and on making all the backstory/m...

    Six of Crows, you said? Take my money, I said. ...

    After The Star-Touched Queen, Roshani Chokshi could write me a threatening letter in yellow crayon and I'd still be foaming at the mouth for more. ...

    ARC provided by Wednesday Books via Netgalley in exchange for my honest thoughts and review. I really wanted to love this one. The premise and tone were right up my alley, and I just about combusted with excitement when I found out I was approved for an ARC. The only thing I real...

    ?it wasn't his intellect that made him unwanted. it was his face." ?he used to pray that when it came to attraction, his body would just choose between men and women, and not both. it was his second-oldest brother, bound for priesthood, who told him that god made no mistakes in ...

    I received this book for free from BookSparks as part of their YA Winter Reading Challenge. I just want to preface this review by saying that I haven?t read Six of Crows, which everyone has been comparing this book to. Since I haven?t read it, I can?t speak as to how similar ...

    I want to read this, but I recently read Six of Crows and I know that if I read this now, I'll spend the whole time comparing them : / ...