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    Can't wait for book 2

    I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or my review in any way. This book came to my attention when the author, Antonio Urias, contacted me asking for an honest review. To be honest, I'm glad he did. My favourite thing in the book was the variety of fae. We not only have fairies, but we also have trolls, hobgoblin, fawns, etc too. It's nice to see a book with such a wide variety. I LOVE mythical creatures, so it was really nice to finally find an author who's not afraid to incorporate this into the story. The world-building is great. I love how he describes the city and how we can visualise its growth from a normal city to something more akin to a maze. We learn quite a bit about the history of the city in this book and I love that - it's always one of my favourite aspects of a book. I think this really makes the world more believable because otherwise it's just a bit bland. The history makes it something you can really get your teeth into. I loved the characters, they're relatable and 3D. Each has their own motives. I think my favourite is the Countess. She's such a complex character - you know there's more to her story and you just have to know what. To be fair that's true for all the characters, but the Countess is seen as "evil"... but I just can't see it! I think she'd actually be good for the town, she's a good apple! The pacing is brilliant, it keeps you hooked throughout. There's always something happening to keep you reading. All of the above are usually reasons I'd give a book a five-star review. Here's why I haven't... the ending. Yes, it was satisfying... but it ended more like a tv episode. It wasn't a cliff-hanger, but it still leaves you wanting to read the next book. I know that's a good thing! However, its personal preference. In a series I much prefer it when each book contains a story of its own, then the stories link together with a low-lying subplot (which turns out to be the main plot!) And BOOM! Again, this is personal preference, but I'm still left wanting to read the next book and that's always a good thing :) I'd recommend this book to lovers of the fae world, fantasy and conflict. It's a very unique story which I still will get better as the books progress - you just KNOW there's something big coming :P
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