Lament: The Faerie Queen's Deception - Maggie Stiefvater Lament made me happy sigh, nearly to the point of ecstasy. Considering that, I have absolutely nothing relevant to say in terms of a review. My inner fourteen-year-old girl was hooked like this was crack, thus basing my rating solely on how reading the book made me feel. I have no unbiased analysis of Stiefvater's writing, character development, or any of those other things more noble critics take into account, and I'm not going to bother pretending I do. I freakin' loved it. Don't judge me.

I read Lament in a single sitting, happy sighed at the end, and that's all there is to say. Sometimes a good story is just a damn good story, and in the end, that's all it really needs to be.