Garrison Girl

Garrison Girl

A novel of adventure, romance, and monsters...set in the dystopian world of Attack on Titan, the mega-hit manga and anime series. An original novel, with all-new characters and a new story set in the world of Attack on Titan! Fans of the series and readers alike will enjoy this immersive and engaging experience of the pop culture phenomenon and manga mega-hit. With the last A novel of adventure, romance, and monsters...set in the dystopian world of Attack on Titan, the mega-hit manga and...

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Title:Garrison Girl
Author:Rachel Aaron
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:Garrison Girl
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:240 pages pages

Garrison Girl Reviews

  • Jeff
    Jul 15, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

    I won this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my first book by the author and the first book in the Attack On Titan series. I'll start by saying I am not a fan of the anime series Attack On Titan. I'll admit to never giving the series a chance because of the art. If the series ...

  • Nick
    Jul 02, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

    I won this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my first book by the author and the first book in the Attack On Titan series. I'll start by saying I am not a fan of the anime series Attack On Titan. I'll admit to never giving the series a chance because of the art. If the series ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A compelling story, exciting action and TITANS make this YA novel a whole lot of fun! I had so much fun with t...

    As a long-time devotee of the Attack on Titan series who has watched and read pretty much everything related to it, my interest was quickly piqued when I found out that an English YA novel set in this universe was coming out. Since this is a YA novel by a different writer, I wasn't exp...

    I received a copy of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I've never actually read or watched Attack on Titan but I'd read that you don't necessarily need to be familiar with the series to enjoy this novel. I agree with that to some extent but I also think that a p...

    *I received this book free from a Goodreads giveaway* I've never seen Attack on Titan, so I came into this book totally ignorant of the series or any of its canon. Rachel Aaron's blurb about the book said that you could dive in even if you hadn't seen the series, and considering how...

    This is an original novel set in the world (and during the timespan of) the Attack on Titan series. First up, I?m going to say that I enjoyed it. I?ve been a fan of SNK for years, and it was a wonderful nostalgia trip with the little easter eggs pointing towards the main canon (my ...

    I read this from an ARC, which seriously needs another copy edit for typos. :-) This is a YA romance/adventure/fantasy set in the world of the Attack on Titan stories, and connects with the events there. Weirdly, the YA romance story was the weakest part of this story, which otherwise...

  • Anita
    Aug 09, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

  • Katelyn
    Feb 28, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

  • Tammy
    Aug 11, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

    I won this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my first book by the author and the first book in the Attack On Titan series. I'll start by saying I am not a fan of the anime series Attack On Titan. I'll admit to never giving the series a chance because of the art. If the series ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A compelling story, exciting action and TITANS make this YA novel a whole lot of fun! I had so much fun with t...

  • Ren
    Aug 07, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

    I won this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my first book by the author and the first book in the Attack On Titan series. I'll start by saying I am not a fan of the anime series Attack On Titan. I'll admit to never giving the series a chance because of the art. If the series ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A compelling story, exciting action and TITANS make this YA novel a whole lot of fun! I had so much fun with t...

    As a long-time devotee of the Attack on Titan series who has watched and read pretty much everything related to it, my interest was quickly piqued when I found out that an English YA novel set in this universe was coming out. Since this is a YA novel by a different writer, I wasn't exp...

    I received a copy of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I've never actually read or watched Attack on Titan but I'd read that you don't necessarily need to be familiar with the series to enjoy this novel. I agree with that to some extent but I also think that a p...

    *I received this book free from a Goodreads giveaway* I've never seen Attack on Titan, so I came into this book totally ignorant of the series or any of its canon. Rachel Aaron's blurb about the book said that you could dive in even if you hadn't seen the series, and considering how...

    This is an original novel set in the world (and during the timespan of) the Attack on Titan series. First up, I?m going to say that I enjoyed it. I?ve been a fan of SNK for years, and it was a wonderful nostalgia trip with the little easter eggs pointing towards the main canon (my ...

    I read this from an ARC, which seriously needs another copy edit for typos. :-) This is a YA romance/adventure/fantasy set in the world of the Attack on Titan stories, and connects with the events there. Weirdly, the YA romance story was the weakest part of this story, which otherwise...

    15.8.2018 - 4* Líbilo se mi to. Líbilo se mi to více, ne? jsem si myslela, ?e bude. Jeliko? YA a já nejsme zrovna nejlep?í kamarádky. (A musela jsem se ka?dých pár minut p?emlouvat, abych si nepustila znovu anime. *smích*) Je to p?ímo?arý p?íb?h, jednoduchý....

    Recently I re-watched Attack on Titan and fell back into the universe. Of course, I began talking about the series at work and a coworker loaned me this ARC. I absolutely loved it. The book follows Rosalie Dumarque, a noble from an ancient bloodline, who desperately wants to fight tita...

    I love Attack on Titan. I love the concept and the world, so I was eager to pick this up. I can?t really begin to describe the plot because basic knowledge of the series is needed to understand the world-building. I guess the beginning sets up the world enough, though. I have nev...

  • Tabor
    May 30, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

    I won this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my first book by the author and the first book in the Attack On Titan series. I'll start by saying I am not a fan of the anime series Attack On Titan. I'll admit to never giving the series a chance because of the art. If the series ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A compelling story, exciting action and TITANS make this YA novel a whole lot of fun! I had so much fun with t...

    As a long-time devotee of the Attack on Titan series who has watched and read pretty much everything related to it, my interest was quickly piqued when I found out that an English YA novel set in this universe was coming out. Since this is a YA novel by a different writer, I wasn't exp...

    I received a copy of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I've never actually read or watched Attack on Titan but I'd read that you don't necessarily need to be familiar with the series to enjoy this novel. I agree with that to some extent but I also think that a p...

    *I received this book free from a Goodreads giveaway* I've never seen Attack on Titan, so I came into this book totally ignorant of the series or any of its canon. Rachel Aaron's blurb about the book said that you could dive in even if you hadn't seen the series, and considering how...

    This is an original novel set in the world (and during the timespan of) the Attack on Titan series. First up, I?m going to say that I enjoyed it. I?ve been a fan of SNK for years, and it was a wonderful nostalgia trip with the little easter eggs pointing towards the main canon (my ...

    I read this from an ARC, which seriously needs another copy edit for typos. :-) This is a YA romance/adventure/fantasy set in the world of the Attack on Titan stories, and connects with the events there. Weirdly, the YA romance story was the weakest part of this story, which otherwise...

    15.8.2018 - 4* Líbilo se mi to. Líbilo se mi to více, ne? jsem si myslela, ?e bude. Jeliko? YA a já nejsme zrovna nejlep?í kamarádky. (A musela jsem se ka?dých pár minut p?emlouvat, abych si nepustila znovu anime. *smích*) Je to p?ímo?arý p?íb?h, jednoduchý....

    Recently I re-watched Attack on Titan and fell back into the universe. Of course, I began talking about the series at work and a coworker loaned me this ARC. I absolutely loved it. The book follows Rosalie Dumarque, a noble from an ancient bloodline, who desperately wants to fight tita...

  • Fiona
    Aug 07, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

  • Moira
    Aug 14, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

    I won this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my first book by the author and the first book in the Attack On Titan series. I'll start by saying I am not a fan of the anime series Attack On Titan. I'll admit to never giving the series a chance because of the art. If the series ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A compelling story, exciting action and TITANS make this YA novel a whole lot of fun! I had so much fun with t...

    As a long-time devotee of the Attack on Titan series who has watched and read pretty much everything related to it, my interest was quickly piqued when I found out that an English YA novel set in this universe was coming out. Since this is a YA novel by a different writer, I wasn't exp...

    I received a copy of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I've never actually read or watched Attack on Titan but I'd read that you don't necessarily need to be familiar with the series to enjoy this novel. I agree with that to some extent but I also think that a p...

    *I received this book free from a Goodreads giveaway* I've never seen Attack on Titan, so I came into this book totally ignorant of the series or any of its canon. Rachel Aaron's blurb about the book said that you could dive in even if you hadn't seen the series, and considering how...

    This is an original novel set in the world (and during the timespan of) the Attack on Titan series. First up, I?m going to say that I enjoyed it. I?ve been a fan of SNK for years, and it was a wonderful nostalgia trip with the little easter eggs pointing towards the main canon (my ...

    I read this from an ARC, which seriously needs another copy edit for typos. :-) This is a YA romance/adventure/fantasy set in the world of the Attack on Titan stories, and connects with the events there. Weirdly, the YA romance story was the weakest part of this story, which otherwise...

    15.8.2018 - 4* Líbilo se mi to. Líbilo se mi to více, ne? jsem si myslela, ?e bude. Jeliko? YA a já nejsme zrovna nejlep?í kamarádky. (A musela jsem se ka?dých pár minut p?emlouvat, abych si nepustila znovu anime. *smích*) Je to p?ímo?arý p?íb?h, jednoduchý....

  • S.J. Higbee
    Aug 13, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

  • Colin
    Aug 19, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

    I won this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my first book by the author and the first book in the Attack On Titan series. I'll start by saying I am not a fan of the anime series Attack On Titan. I'll admit to never giving the series a chance because of the art. If the series ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A compelling story, exciting action and TITANS make this YA novel a whole lot of fun! I had so much fun with t...

    As a long-time devotee of the Attack on Titan series who has watched and read pretty much everything related to it, my interest was quickly piqued when I found out that an English YA novel set in this universe was coming out. Since this is a YA novel by a different writer, I wasn't exp...

    I received a copy of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I've never actually read or watched Attack on Titan but I'd read that you don't necessarily need to be familiar with the series to enjoy this novel. I agree with that to some extent but I also think that a p...

    *I received this book free from a Goodreads giveaway* I've never seen Attack on Titan, so I came into this book totally ignorant of the series or any of its canon. Rachel Aaron's blurb about the book said that you could dive in even if you hadn't seen the series, and considering how...

  • Ari ☾
    May 16, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

  • Annie
    Jul 29, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

  • thebookiv
    Apr 28, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

  • Cathy
    Aug 13, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

    I won this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my first book by the author and the first book in the Attack On Titan series. I'll start by saying I am not a fan of the anime series Attack On Titan. I'll admit to never giving the series a chance because of the art. If the series ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A compelling story, exciting action and TITANS make this YA novel a whole lot of fun! I had so much fun with t...

    As a long-time devotee of the Attack on Titan series who has watched and read pretty much everything related to it, my interest was quickly piqued when I found out that an English YA novel set in this universe was coming out. Since this is a YA novel by a different writer, I wasn't exp...

    I received a copy of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I've never actually read or watched Attack on Titan but I'd read that you don't necessarily need to be familiar with the series to enjoy this novel. I agree with that to some extent but I also think that a p...

    *I received this book free from a Goodreads giveaway* I've never seen Attack on Titan, so I came into this book totally ignorant of the series or any of its canon. Rachel Aaron's blurb about the book said that you could dive in even if you hadn't seen the series, and considering how...

    This is an original novel set in the world (and during the timespan of) the Attack on Titan series. First up, I?m going to say that I enjoyed it. I?ve been a fan of SNK for years, and it was a wonderful nostalgia trip with the little easter eggs pointing towards the main canon (my ...

    I read this from an ARC, which seriously needs another copy edit for typos. :-) This is a YA romance/adventure/fantasy set in the world of the Attack on Titan stories, and connects with the events there. Weirdly, the YA romance story was the weakest part of this story, which otherwise...

    15.8.2018 - 4* Líbilo se mi to. Líbilo se mi to více, ne? jsem si myslela, ?e bude. Jeliko? YA a já nejsme zrovna nejlep?í kamarádky. (A musela jsem se ka?dých pár minut p?emlouvat, abych si nepustila znovu anime. *smích*) Je to p?ímo?arý p?íb?h, jednoduchý....

    Recently I re-watched Attack on Titan and fell back into the universe. Of course, I began talking about the series at work and a coworker loaned me this ARC. I absolutely loved it. The book follows Rosalie Dumarque, a noble from an ancient bloodline, who desperately wants to fight tita...

    I love Attack on Titan. I love the concept and the world, so I was eager to pick this up. I can?t really begin to describe the plot because basic knowledge of the series is needed to understand the world-building. I guess the beginning sets up the world enough, though. I have nev...

    2.5 stars The one thing I'm sure of is that I'm not quiiiiite convinced the standard YA novel formula really fits into the Attack on Titan universe. Pretty, rich girl meets lower class boy of questionable morality. Despite objection from those around them, a world that seeks to tear...

    This was my first introduction into the An Attack on Titan world, and I really enjoyed it, I was intrigued by the world that has been created, that the only thing keeping people are walls that stop the Titan getting to the general population and eating them. It's also interesting the w...

    I received this book in a Goodreads giveaway. This was a fun, fast read set in the Attack on Titans world about new characters with more of a young adult theme. Rose, an entitled noble wanting to experience life beyond the walls, negotiates with her father to join the garrison before ...

  • Nancy
    Aug 25, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

  • Gemma McGee
    Aug 14, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

    I won this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my first book by the author and the first book in the Attack On Titan series. I'll start by saying I am not a fan of the anime series Attack On Titan. I'll admit to never giving the series a chance because of the art. If the series ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A compelling story, exciting action and TITANS make this YA novel a whole lot of fun! I had so much fun with t...

    As a long-time devotee of the Attack on Titan series who has watched and read pretty much everything related to it, my interest was quickly piqued when I found out that an English YA novel set in this universe was coming out. Since this is a YA novel by a different writer, I wasn't exp...

    I received a copy of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I've never actually read or watched Attack on Titan but I'd read that you don't necessarily need to be familiar with the series to enjoy this novel. I agree with that to some extent but I also think that a p...

    *I received this book free from a Goodreads giveaway* I've never seen Attack on Titan, so I came into this book totally ignorant of the series or any of its canon. Rachel Aaron's blurb about the book said that you could dive in even if you hadn't seen the series, and considering how...

    This is an original novel set in the world (and during the timespan of) the Attack on Titan series. First up, I?m going to say that I enjoyed it. I?ve been a fan of SNK for years, and it was a wonderful nostalgia trip with the little easter eggs pointing towards the main canon (my ...

    I read this from an ARC, which seriously needs another copy edit for typos. :-) This is a YA romance/adventure/fantasy set in the world of the Attack on Titan stories, and connects with the events there. Weirdly, the YA romance story was the weakest part of this story, which otherwise...

    15.8.2018 - 4* Líbilo se mi to. Líbilo se mi to více, ne? jsem si myslela, ?e bude. Jeliko? YA a já nejsme zrovna nejlep?í kamarádky. (A musela jsem se ka?dých pár minut p?emlouvat, abych si nepustila znovu anime. *smích*) Je to p?ímo?arý p?íb?h, jednoduchý....

    Recently I re-watched Attack on Titan and fell back into the universe. Of course, I began talking about the series at work and a coworker loaned me this ARC. I absolutely loved it. The book follows Rosalie Dumarque, a noble from an ancient bloodline, who desperately wants to fight tita...

    I love Attack on Titan. I love the concept and the world, so I was eager to pick this up. I can?t really begin to describe the plot because basic knowledge of the series is needed to understand the world-building. I guess the beginning sets up the world enough, though. I have nev...

    2.5 stars The one thing I'm sure of is that I'm not quiiiiite convinced the standard YA novel formula really fits into the Attack on Titan universe. Pretty, rich girl meets lower class boy of questionable morality. Despite objection from those around them, a world that seeks to tear...

    This was my first introduction into the An Attack on Titan world, and I really enjoyed it, I was intrigued by the world that has been created, that the only thing keeping people are walls that stop the Titan getting to the general population and eating them. It's also interesting the w...

  • rin (lorenzo)
    Feb 27, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

  • Amy
    Jun 13, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

    I won this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my first book by the author and the first book in the Attack On Titan series. I'll start by saying I am not a fan of the anime series Attack On Titan. I'll admit to never giving the series a chance because of the art. If the series ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A compelling story, exciting action and TITANS make this YA novel a whole lot of fun! I had so much fun with t...

    As a long-time devotee of the Attack on Titan series who has watched and read pretty much everything related to it, my interest was quickly piqued when I found out that an English YA novel set in this universe was coming out. Since this is a YA novel by a different writer, I wasn't exp...

    I received a copy of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I've never actually read or watched Attack on Titan but I'd read that you don't necessarily need to be familiar with the series to enjoy this novel. I agree with that to some extent but I also think that a p...

    *I received this book free from a Goodreads giveaway* I've never seen Attack on Titan, so I came into this book totally ignorant of the series or any of its canon. Rachel Aaron's blurb about the book said that you could dive in even if you hadn't seen the series, and considering how...

    This is an original novel set in the world (and during the timespan of) the Attack on Titan series. First up, I?m going to say that I enjoyed it. I?ve been a fan of SNK for years, and it was a wonderful nostalgia trip with the little easter eggs pointing towards the main canon (my ...

    I read this from an ARC, which seriously needs another copy edit for typos. :-) This is a YA romance/adventure/fantasy set in the world of the Attack on Titan stories, and connects with the events there. Weirdly, the YA romance story was the weakest part of this story, which otherwise...

    15.8.2018 - 4* Líbilo se mi to. Líbilo se mi to více, ne? jsem si myslela, ?e bude. Jeliko? YA a já nejsme zrovna nejlep?í kamarádky. (A musela jsem se ka?dých pár minut p?emlouvat, abych si nepustila znovu anime. *smích*) Je to p?ímo?arý p?íb?h, jednoduchý....

    Recently I re-watched Attack on Titan and fell back into the universe. Of course, I began talking about the series at work and a coworker loaned me this ARC. I absolutely loved it. The book follows Rosalie Dumarque, a noble from an ancient bloodline, who desperately wants to fight tita...

    I love Attack on Titan. I love the concept and the world, so I was eager to pick this up. I can?t really begin to describe the plot because basic knowledge of the series is needed to understand the world-building. I guess the beginning sets up the world enough, though. I have nev...

    2.5 stars The one thing I'm sure of is that I'm not quiiiiite convinced the standard YA novel formula really fits into the Attack on Titan universe. Pretty, rich girl meets lower class boy of questionable morality. Despite objection from those around them, a world that seeks to tear...

    This was my first introduction into the An Attack on Titan world, and I really enjoyed it, I was intrigued by the world that has been created, that the only thing keeping people are walls that stop the Titan getting to the general population and eating them. It's also interesting the w...

    I received this book in a Goodreads giveaway. This was a fun, fast read set in the Attack on Titans world about new characters with more of a young adult theme. Rose, an entitled noble wanting to experience life beyond the walls, negotiates with her father to join the garrison before ...

    A fabulous, fast read! Maybe Game of Thrones meets Princess bride -- romance, adventure, corrupt kingdom, and watch out for what?s lurking behind that wall! I was completely new to the Attack on Titan world, but Rachel Aaron gave a great introduction, even with the first sentence...

    A fabulous, fast read! Maybe Game of Thrones meets Princess bride -- romance, adventure, corrupt kingdom, and watch out for what?s lurking behind that wall! I was completely new to the Attack on Titan world, but Rachel Aaron gave a great introduction, even with the first sentence -- ...

  • Patchogue-Medford Library
    Jun 14, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

    I won this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my first book by the author and the first book in the Attack On Titan series. I'll start by saying I am not a fan of the anime series Attack On Titan. I'll admit to never giving the series a chance because of the art. If the series ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A compelling story, exciting action and TITANS make this YA novel a whole lot of fun! I had so much fun with t...

    As a long-time devotee of the Attack on Titan series who has watched and read pretty much everything related to it, my interest was quickly piqued when I found out that an English YA novel set in this universe was coming out. Since this is a YA novel by a different writer, I wasn't exp...

    I received a copy of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I've never actually read or watched Attack on Titan but I'd read that you don't necessarily need to be familiar with the series to enjoy this novel. I agree with that to some extent but I also think that a p...

    *I received this book free from a Goodreads giveaway* I've never seen Attack on Titan, so I came into this book totally ignorant of the series or any of its canon. Rachel Aaron's blurb about the book said that you could dive in even if you hadn't seen the series, and considering how...

    This is an original novel set in the world (and during the timespan of) the Attack on Titan series. First up, I?m going to say that I enjoyed it. I?ve been a fan of SNK for years, and it was a wonderful nostalgia trip with the little easter eggs pointing towards the main canon (my ...

    I read this from an ARC, which seriously needs another copy edit for typos. :-) This is a YA romance/adventure/fantasy set in the world of the Attack on Titan stories, and connects with the events there. Weirdly, the YA romance story was the weakest part of this story, which otherwise...

    15.8.2018 - 4* Líbilo se mi to. Líbilo se mi to více, ne? jsem si myslela, ?e bude. Jeliko? YA a já nejsme zrovna nejlep?í kamarádky. (A musela jsem se ka?dých pár minut p?emlouvat, abych si nepustila znovu anime. *smích*) Je to p?ímo?arý p?íb?h, jednoduchý....

    Recently I re-watched Attack on Titan and fell back into the universe. Of course, I began talking about the series at work and a coworker loaned me this ARC. I absolutely loved it. The book follows Rosalie Dumarque, a noble from an ancient bloodline, who desperately wants to fight tita...

    I love Attack on Titan. I love the concept and the world, so I was eager to pick this up. I can?t really begin to describe the plot because basic knowledge of the series is needed to understand the world-building. I guess the beginning sets up the world enough, though. I have nev...

    2.5 stars The one thing I'm sure of is that I'm not quiiiiite convinced the standard YA novel formula really fits into the Attack on Titan universe. Pretty, rich girl meets lower class boy of questionable morality. Despite objection from those around them, a world that seeks to tear...

    This was my first introduction into the An Attack on Titan world, and I really enjoyed it, I was intrigued by the world that has been created, that the only thing keeping people are walls that stop the Titan getting to the general population and eating them. It's also interesting the w...

    I received this book in a Goodreads giveaway. This was a fun, fast read set in the Attack on Titans world about new characters with more of a young adult theme. Rose, an entitled noble wanting to experience life beyond the walls, negotiates with her father to join the garrison before ...

    A fabulous, fast read! Maybe Game of Thrones meets Princess bride -- romance, adventure, corrupt kingdom, and watch out for what?s lurking behind that wall! I was completely new to the Attack on Titan world, but Rachel Aaron gave a great introduction, even with the first sentence...

  • Holly (Holly Hearts Books)
    Aug 06, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

  • Thiago d'Evecque
    Oct 10, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

  • Gemma
    Oct 18, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

    I won this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my first book by the author and the first book in the Attack On Titan series. I'll start by saying I am not a fan of the anime series Attack On Titan. I'll admit to never giving the series a chance because of the art. If the series ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A compelling story, exciting action and TITANS make this YA novel a whole lot of fun! I had so much fun with t...

    As a long-time devotee of the Attack on Titan series who has watched and read pretty much everything related to it, my interest was quickly piqued when I found out that an English YA novel set in this universe was coming out. Since this is a YA novel by a different writer, I wasn't exp...

    I received a copy of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I've never actually read or watched Attack on Titan but I'd read that you don't necessarily need to be familiar with the series to enjoy this novel. I agree with that to some extent but I also think that a p...

  • Sophie
    Aug 14, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

  • Jane
    Aug 08, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

    I won this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my first book by the author and the first book in the Attack On Titan series. I'll start by saying I am not a fan of the anime series Attack On Titan. I'll admit to never giving the series a chance because of the art. If the series ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A compelling story, exciting action and TITANS make this YA novel a whole lot of fun! I had so much fun with t...

    As a long-time devotee of the Attack on Titan series who has watched and read pretty much everything related to it, my interest was quickly piqued when I found out that an English YA novel set in this universe was coming out. Since this is a YA novel by a different writer, I wasn't exp...

  • Teresa
    Jul 26, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

  • Petrik
    Jun 12, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

  • Holly Hughes
    Oct 03, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

    I won this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my first book by the author and the first book in the Attack On Titan series. I'll start by saying I am not a fan of the anime series Attack On Titan. I'll admit to never giving the series a chance because of the art. If the series ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A compelling story, exciting action and TITANS make this YA novel a whole lot of fun! I had so much fun with t...

    As a long-time devotee of the Attack on Titan series who has watched and read pretty much everything related to it, my interest was quickly piqued when I found out that an English YA novel set in this universe was coming out. Since this is a YA novel by a different writer, I wasn't exp...

    I received a copy of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I've never actually read or watched Attack on Titan but I'd read that you don't necessarily need to be familiar with the series to enjoy this novel. I agree with that to some extent but I also think that a p...

    *I received this book free from a Goodreads giveaway* I've never seen Attack on Titan, so I came into this book totally ignorant of the series or any of its canon. Rachel Aaron's blurb about the book said that you could dive in even if you hadn't seen the series, and considering how...

    This is an original novel set in the world (and during the timespan of) the Attack on Titan series. First up, I?m going to say that I enjoyed it. I?ve been a fan of SNK for years, and it was a wonderful nostalgia trip with the little easter eggs pointing towards the main canon (my ...

    I read this from an ARC, which seriously needs another copy edit for typos. :-) This is a YA romance/adventure/fantasy set in the world of the Attack on Titan stories, and connects with the events there. Weirdly, the YA romance story was the weakest part of this story, which otherwise...

    15.8.2018 - 4* Líbilo se mi to. Líbilo se mi to více, ne? jsem si myslela, ?e bude. Jeliko? YA a já nejsme zrovna nejlep?í kamarádky. (A musela jsem se ka?dých pár minut p?emlouvat, abych si nepustila znovu anime. *smích*) Je to p?ímo?arý p?íb?h, jednoduchý....

    Recently I re-watched Attack on Titan and fell back into the universe. Of course, I began talking about the series at work and a coworker loaned me this ARC. I absolutely loved it. The book follows Rosalie Dumarque, a noble from an ancient bloodline, who desperately wants to fight tita...

    I love Attack on Titan. I love the concept and the world, so I was eager to pick this up. I can?t really begin to describe the plot because basic knowledge of the series is needed to understand the world-building. I guess the beginning sets up the world enough, though. I have nev...

    2.5 stars The one thing I'm sure of is that I'm not quiiiiite convinced the standard YA novel formula really fits into the Attack on Titan universe. Pretty, rich girl meets lower class boy of questionable morality. Despite objection from those around them, a world that seeks to tear...

  • Hanna  (lapetiteboleyn)
    Jun 24, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...

    Absolutely loved this read! I am a huge fan of Attack on Titan and I found this story very enjoyable. It's light and fun and written with a younger audience in mind as it is a light novel. But it satisfies, and is a great little read while waiting for Shingeki no Kyojin Season 3! ...

    A new story set in the world of Attack on Titan. Never played the game but I could sure read a few more stories by Ms. Aaron with these characters! Loved it! ...

    I won this ARC in a Goodreads Giveaway and this is my first book by the author and the first book in the Attack On Titan series. I'll start by saying I am not a fan of the anime series Attack On Titan. I'll admit to never giving the series a chance because of the art. If the series ...

    I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The nitty-gritty: A compelling story, exciting action and TITANS make this YA novel a whole lot of fun! I had so much fun with t...

    As a long-time devotee of the Attack on Titan series who has watched and read pretty much everything related to it, my interest was quickly piqued when I found out that an English YA novel set in this universe was coming out. Since this is a YA novel by a different writer, I wasn't exp...

    I received a copy of this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I've never actually read or watched Attack on Titan but I'd read that you don't necessarily need to be familiar with the series to enjoy this novel. I agree with that to some extent but I also think that a p...

    *I received this book free from a Goodreads giveaway* I've never seen Attack on Titan, so I came into this book totally ignorant of the series or any of its canon. Rachel Aaron's blurb about the book said that you could dive in even if you hadn't seen the series, and considering how...

    This is an original novel set in the world (and during the timespan of) the Attack on Titan series. First up, I?m going to say that I enjoyed it. I?ve been a fan of SNK for years, and it was a wonderful nostalgia trip with the little easter eggs pointing towards the main canon (my ...

  • Jeff
    Jun 17, 2018

    ARC provided by the publisher?Quirk Books?in exchange for an honest review 2.5/5 stars As a fellow Attack on Titan fans speaking to the fans of the series, I suggest you lower your expectation for this book. I?m a huge fan of Attack on Titan (AoT). It doesn?t matter wh...

    So a YA novel set in the Attack on Titan universe is exactly that. YA, with all of its cliches and romance. There?s nothing really wrong with that but reading about a brutal world originally created in manga format made the YA elements stick out like a sore thumb. We have our main...

    i guess this is the big case of it-is-not-you-it-is-me. i didn't hate this book but i also didn't love it. what i did enjoy is the setting. i mean it's set in the snk world, it covers the events after fall of shiganshina arc and the battle of trost district arc (the story itself is...

    Garrison Girl is the first novel set in the world of Attack on Titan - and judging from the reviews, I was fortunate in being a newcomer to the series. While I've seen one of the movies, I basically had enough knowledge to know that giant, human-shaped titans have attacked humanity, dr...

    Não funcionou pra mim. O formato da história não se justifica no mundo de AoT. Romance bobinho e personagens desinteressantes com titãs no pano de fundo. Uma pena, porque a Rachel Aaron consegue escrever fantasias incríveis. ...

    I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thanks for granting my wish! 3.5 Stars This is just gonna be a short quick review. Garrison Girl follows Rosalie, a rich girl with noble blood, into the wall Garrison. She faces hardships of ...

    You don't have to know anything about the Attack on Titan series (I didn't) to enjoy racing through this book. It's been a while since I felt compelled to read a book this quickly. I felt the same way with Rachel Bach's (a pen name of Aaron's) Paradox series ("Fortune's Pawn" etc). ...

    First and foremost I would like to thank NetGalley, Rachel Aaron, and Quirk Books for the opportunity to read this splendid novel in advance for an honest review. Garrison Girl, by Rachel Aaron, is a fast-paced, action-packed young adult novel set in the world of the popular anime a...

    Aaron is accomplished at dropping us into a situation and giving us all the necessary details as we go along, so that rather tedious opening info-dump is out of character. I?m guessing it was a stipulation by the publishers, it certainly feels that way? Once that is out of the way,...

    I nearly DNF this book so many times but the end was worth it. For the first two-thirds of the book, I absolutely despise Rosalie, our main character (rich girl realizes she's privileged), thinking she was so much better than everyone else just because she was noble, had a better backg...

    The novel is a little like The Cinder Spires Series from Jim Butcher: Steam Punk-esque. It is based on a famous Manga story, and maybe Japanese sensibilities are ok with not knowing some basic parts of world building, but I wasn't. I want the story to give clues to what Titans are, whe...

    Having not knowing anything about the series this was inspired by, I have to say I did enjoyed this book with all the action and humour.. I would rate this 3.5 stars out of 5.. a great fantasy story that is fast paced and very easy to read.. ...

    Great story within the AoT universe, I very much enjoyed it! I can't wait to read any future offerings within this storyline, should there be any! If anyone reading this is an Attack on Titan fan, I highly recommend reading this! ...