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  • Nothing memorable.

    A quest for a fantastical object. An orphan with special powers. Two warring races. Two attractive love interests. This book basically checks off every standard YA fantasy box without managing to add anything particularly noteworthy. If you've read Daughter of Smoke and Bone, this book sounds awfully familiar. The book starts off so strong...and immediately withers under the weight of teenage hormones. Main characters, if you could stop staring into each other's eyes and devote as much attention to the war that might break out, the plot would be infinitely more interesting. The author's saving grace is her ability to write beautiful settings. I especially enjoyed the global locations the protagonist visits. But I wouldn't recommend this to anyone who wasn't a fan of romance-heavy fantasy. This is the typical case of a love story trying to pass itself off as fantasy.

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  • Fun Read

    This one has been on my TBR for a while and I was looking forward to it. Having finished it, I can say that it was not what I expected, but I still enjoyed it. The characters were fun and enjoyable and the best part for me was watching them all interact with one another. I had a good time with this band of misfits and look forward to witnessing more of their future adventures. On their own, the characters were still interesting, though many followed a trope. I truly enjoyed Dorian and Ciaus' chapters (even though every time I read that name I think of Cassius), and I would love to know more about Ivy and Jasper. Echo was an easy to relate to hero and I saw myself in her at some points, though she did kind of drive me crazy with certain reactions. Still, I would love to know more about her powers and backstory in future books. That was probably the only thing I can complain about––a lot of the book was focused on building romantic relationships between the characters, so there wasn't as much by way of action or world-building in comparison. Still, I love the pieces that have been laid down and am excited to read more.

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  • I love this book

    But then again, I lobe every book I've ever read.... and finished..... and enjoyed. But now I have to wait for a sequel and I don't want to. Oh well. And that Ruby chick can go die... again.... or not. What's her real name???

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