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  • Pick up this book! You won't regret it.

    I knew I was in for a ride after reading The Biodome Chronicles, and Aeroreh did not disappoint. This is a fairytale retelling with a bit of cyberpunk thrown in (mythpunk, according to the author). I loved Aeroreh's awakening, I loved her bright and sunny spirit, and I loved the drawn between her and Felip. Seriously, it was beautiful watching these two fall in love, and watching Aeroreh realize she was made for more than pleasing others. Plus! This is going to be part of a series of retellings in the same world -- the next promising to be Snow White. Ahhhh! I have to admit, I'm not sure I fully understood the worldbuilding. Mostly the history stuff. Are these digital people? How are they living on a leaf? Are they in physical bodies, or digital representations of themselves, and if digital, how does the population reproduce? Probably too much went into the world to explain fully in one book, but definitely stuff that crossed my mind. Also, can we please not write a book that tears at the fabric of my soul? Ok, just kidding. Do it. I love the way it hurts. Lol. I seriously love the author's perspective on the world around us, and I love how she weaves it into her stories in such a poignant fashion. Go ahead. Pick up this book (the red pill) and see just how far the rabbit hole goes.

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  • A New Favorite

    A new favorite! It read like poetry, and I couldn’t put it down. It was a fairytale retelling with a new twist. I loved everything about this book: the story, world building, characters, and just the overall visual. It’s a world I’m not ready to leave. I hope the future stories revisit the characters from this book. I really need more Felip... and others.

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  • Great Sleeping Beauty retelling

    What a fun story! This is Mythpunk, which is a new genre for me. The magic system is mixed with technology. It's super unique! It has some foreign words, though there's a glossary (Thank You Jesikah!). I struggled at the beginning a little with remembering the words but it all came together in the first third of the book. It's written with dual perspectives, which was really well done. Æroreh kind of reminded me of Rapunzel from Tangled. Fun and silly, but also that internal struggle to please her mother. I love Æroreh and Félip's chemistry. They are so cute together. Two of my favorite lines: 💕 "She was going to murder him, one smile at a time." "His humor softened and their gazes locked. 'Lass, if I were to corrupt ye, there'd be no suffering, ye ken? Only sighs and smiles.' " Looking forward to book 2!

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  • An Interesting Twist

    Sundin uses beautiful imagery and interesting twists in this retelling of Sleeping Beauty. It was an enjoyable story to read on my Winter Break and I know I will recommend it to others! The way the author blends nano/cyberpunk technology with magic/fantasy is fascinating. I particularly appreciated the Historical Notes at the end that explain how the different historical contexts and earlier versions were woven into the tale. I'm looking forward to reading the next volume in the The Ealdspell Cycle.

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