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  • Shadowsong

    Excellent story. Couldn't put it down. Please write more!

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  • Haunting YA Romance

    Shadowsong is the sequel to Wintersong and is a YA historical romance, reimagining of Labyrinth, The Goblin Market, and folklore about the fae. In Wintersong, Leisl fell in love with the Goblin King, but because staying with him would kill her, he lovingly set her free. But in doing so, they broke the Old Laws, and they and the world must pay the price. Unless they can find another way to satisfy the Old Laws. Where do I even begin? I cannot describe how much I love this author’s writing. It is lyrical and beautiful and mysterious, and I fell in love with it the moment I read the first pages — the Acknowledgments — of Wintersong. This story was no less enthralling. Mystery and danger and romance were woven together in a dark melody of words. And the undercurrent of the story, of goblins and murders and poppies, is an allegory of the artist and his craft and of the inner struggle to make something beautiful when the mind struggles with mental illness or addiction. I can’t say I agree with all that was told symbolically, but the telling certainly held me in its grip. A major theme in the story was love and how much one would give up for another. There is sibling love and romantic love, each love so deep as to cut out one’s heart of it was severed. How much would they give for the other’s sake, even when jealousy and anger cloud their relationship? As for the content, the story was dark in tone and somewhat sensual (compare to Goblin Market). That gave me pause, and I almost didn’t read it. There were a couple of swear words and violence that wasn’t really described. But the main heaviness in the story came from emotions and internal struggle. I enjoyed this book more than I should have. Consider carefully before reading it. I received a complementary copy of this book. All opinions are my own, and I am not obligated to provide a positive review.

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  • Perfect Conclusion!!!

    It was a perfect conclusion the the first book. (Wintersong) Usually the final books tend to disappoint but this one was right on point. Can’t stop thinking about how beautiful both books are. Highly recommend this series!!!

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