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Irina is a different kind of heroine than Silver Moon Saga's Gabi. She's quieter and more unsure of herself, but that's just at the start of the novel. She's also got some chemistry going with not one good-looking fellow, but two--but this isn't the love triangle you're probably expecting. Leonid is amazing! He's got a little touch of a character like The Darkling to him.
I can't fully explain everything I love about this book without spoiling things. Read it and see for yourself!
And look at that amazing cover!!
It was a quick and engaging read (I only took so long because I didn't want it to end) and now comes the hardest part where we have to wait for the second book to come out.
Irina was an adorable protagonist who (thankfully) reacted pretty realistically to her situations. She was an enjoyable character to see the story through and the plot was interesting and enjoyable. Her love interest caused me to roll my eyes at times and wish the story would continue without so much emphasis placed on him, but it wouldn't stop me from recommending this book to fans of YA.
This book is great if you're looking for a light read with supernatural elements.
My only complaint with this book was that there was a lot of telling instead of showing about the general public's feelings towards magic, and I would have liked to know more about what exactly happened to make magic such a taboo and formidable ability. The idea of people appreciating only frivolous magic was touched upon, but it was brief.
***I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.***
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