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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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The main character, Dee, has always had a complicated history with men and her conflicting emotions between two of them in this book continues. Put another way, Dee lives in perpetual ambivalence. She tries mightily to rule with both her heart and her head, but in reality she's forever attempting something that probably few of us can do. Her efforts are made all the more difficult because of other characters who generally try to push her in various directions. I likely would have, too.
Ultimately, it's Dee's emotional tug of war that kept me reading long into the night at times, and I haven't even discussed (nor will I, because I don't like spoilers) the life or death dramas that you won't see coming. Of those, I will only say the circumstances will keep you riveted. My guess is that you'll also relate to much of it. At some junctures, you might even have to grab for your nearest box of tissues.
I think the novel could have been shortened some without hurting anything, but that didn't put me off because I HAD to see which way Dee's heart would move in the end. You'll keep reading for the same reason.