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  • A nice, fun read.

    I was so excited to read this one! Calvin's books have become my go-to light fantasy reads. I hadn't expected, starting the first book, to discover how much I had been missing not reading LGBTQ+ romances and universes. And if this one didn't hold all the promises I'd hoped it would, it still had me reading it in one sitting, and enjoying the loveliness, silliness and complexity of the characters, romance and universe. I had been disappointed with the previous book, the relationship between the two characters resembling much what had been done before. I was then very curious to see how Calvin would tackle such an unlikable and "bad" character, as was presented in the previous novel. Netheia doesn't disappoint, she's just childish and bad-tempered and you wonder why you want to follow her evolution. Calvin does evacuate some difficulties by explaining them away, but it was still pleasantly done. The first half of the book was a delight, I felt I saw the evolution of Calvin from the first book, in terms of setting and taking her time with character development. But then, as it was the case with the previous books, she ends up telling more than she is showing in the last part of the novel. I like that these books are short, but then the world building and the ambition behind the overreaching story makes it difficult to be condensed on so few pages. And it's frustrating to read a 180 page-story, where it could have been 300 pages at least, and could have offered so much more time with the characters we get to like. I'll still want to read the next novel (novels ?) obviously.

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