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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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It read more quickly than the first. Each book had its own solved mysteries, but there is also carry over of secondary stories from book to book. I do not believe book 2 would be readable without having the background in book 1.
[spoiler alert (slight)]
She has conflicted feelings about two men. I guess this is the thing since Evanvich's Stephanie has strung 2 men along for over 20 books, as has Fluke’s Hannah for almost as many books.
I still have a nit about the titles not having much to do with the book and its mystery. For book 1 there are cats and maybe they somehow surfed the web but the story didn't really revolve around that. For book 2 there are cats and there are storms but again, the story didn't really revolve around that.
I expect that this series will not last more than 4 or 6 books because once the year is up, she’ll inherit and the main premise will be gone regarding people trying to kill her and the cat for their share of the money.
I purchased this one for 99¢ too and will read the third book only if it drops from its current price, or borrow it. There are better books and things for my amazon gift certificate balance.
Format: purchased eBook (99¢)
But it will be the last one in this series that I read. This one is also wordy and awkward. I don't know if the author is a preteen or if it is written for preteens but the main character asks for explanations for rather common words and phrases. There was even an entire paragraph on how to start a car and put it in gear!
I think there are some really great ideas in this series, but I will stick with better written ones.
If you enjoy stories about this book is for you. The mystery is not much and recognizing who the bad person is not hard. The mystery is a cold case.