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    A good read

    The main heroes - Eilidh and Munro - had pleasant personalities. I do prefer characters who have one strong trait that makes them stand out or endearing, and I wish they had that. They both seem like reasonable and level-headed characters but having a quirk would have made a stronger impression. The antagonist - Cridhe - was a mystery. He was portrayed as a nut case. It would have been nice to read more about him before he turned bonkers - what he was like, what made him the way he was, was motivated him to kill, how close he was to his dad and his friend, and what made him tick. There’s his friend Jon. It would have been nice to read about their dynamic - how they found each other, how they became close, how Cridhe treated him, how Jon felt about their friendship. I wanted his character to have more impact in the story, apart from killing. The plot was slow at the start and gave detailed narratives and became fast-paced during the last few chapters. The ending felt like it got squished to fit and the deaths were too fast. It felt like the deaths of Saor - Eilidh’s childhood friend and former lover - and Beniss - an elder fae that mentored Eilidh - should have been given a longer narrative. Some parts about figuring out who the killer was felt like they just knew, and it would have been good if the book walked the reader through how they figured it out.
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    Hard to put down!

    This is an awesome read! It is a perfect set up for the rest of the series, which is very well told and written with passion. Makes a wonderful gift for the reader in your life.
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