I had my eye on this book for a while. The opening scene drew me in. I finally read it, and I really enjoyed it. Another review said that the first book isn’t well written, and that’s somewhat true. It’s written in a very stream of thought style, and the author often doesn’t explicitly state things that I guess you’re supposed to pick up from context. Despite that, I found it a thrilling and interesting story, and I enjoyed the characters. I think the writing improves in book 2. It continues on from the plot in book 1, and looks at the consequences of Tyyr’s actions, and her mental state, as well as revealing what happens to Elle. It all comes together in a satisfying way in the end. I’ll definitely look for more from this author.
(reviewed 36 days after purchase)