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- Print Length: 412 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1506165230
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 26, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00RY95046
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #289,053 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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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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When I finished this book last night I wasn't going to write a review because I had nothing good to say. However, this book ruined me. I trudged through work today not understanding my depression. A dark cloud over me all day. Remains of this book, utter destruction. Not why I read.
In this book, I only had strong positive feelings for one character. One hint who it's not. Patrick..... I really hate you. There was not a single redeeming quality about him that I liked.
I hate him so much that it makes this book a story I really wish I could unread. His decisions and actions..... I just am at a loss for words. I just don't/can't understand.......
Amy is a much stronger person than I am. She was the only positive thing in the book besides Peg that I did like. Her resilience and strength were incredible from the beginning to the very end of the book.
I need to just go back in my happy place and reread Grease and Calliope's book and try to forget about this one.
A MUST READ!!!!!!!! And after your done your only going to want to reread
**SPOILERS** **SPOILERS** **SPOILER**
Amy....raised by selfish, uncaring parents. Had to grow up faster than she should have. Survivor. I expected more from her. I expected her to have an inner strength that would come out when she needed it the most. I expected a warrior woman who would emerge from her pain to claim what was hers, what she fought to have. I didn't expect her to accept so much with so little resistance. I didn't expect her to give up the fight.
Patrick / Trick / Poet.....How could he be comfortable in his own skin when he didn't even know what to call himself. Torn in so many different directions by so many people and not strong enough to truly establish who he was. I was disappointed in this character. He did so many things that went against everything he said. He loved Amy more than anything in the world and yet.....he left her to care for a woman he spent one night with. Ended all sympathy I had for him right there. He never fought to get her back, he never bothered to find out what was really going on. He let his Mother care for her while he played house with the other woman. Amy needed to slam the door in his face and never open it again.
Moira......She sleeps with Patrick while she had a fiance. She gets pregnant and never tells him until she needed help. She never tells Patrick to stay with his wife. She lives happily ever after with a man who destroyed another woman to care for her and never once reaches out to Amy
knowing full well what she had done. Sorry.....wasn't sorry for her at all, in any way.
Peg......Strong, loving woman who took a lost girl under her wing and saved her. She stood by her son's wife when he didn't and loved her and her child unconditionally. She refused to acknowledge Moira, and rightly so, and chose her daughter-in-law over her own son, and saved her again.
I would have like it more if Amy had called Patrick on his bulls**t and kicked him to the curb then found herself a worthy man while he watched her move on. He needed to have his heart fed to him on a platter.
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