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It was classic Kendig. Fast with action a plenty. And some great characters. Obviously it being only a novella, Kendig had to emphasise her two leads: Azzan and Everly. Took me a little while to warm to Azzan - I picture him as a hulk of a man and I loved how he was a parkour expert. Kendig did a marvellous job weaving this into the story, there were a couple of times I felt almost dizzy trying to picture the moves Azzan was making.
I really liked Everly. She was strong but vulnerable and extremely capable. She has a backstory (as does Azzan) and this is significant to the entire story's plot line. The plot is clever and Kendig weaves the villain into it discreetly only for it to explode as the story reaches its climactic moment.
And the kiss ... well kissing scene. It was HOT! Smokin' not. Could almost feel the electricity on the page!
Loved Lygos. And it's now made me want to read the Nightshade series very soon.
It's a novella that is hard to put down as the action is fast and the romance is hot!
It was a lot of fun to see a new, more personal side to Azzan. And who knew he'd be so good with kids? I loved his interactions with his nieces and nephews.
The only real complaint I have is that the book was so short. Sure, there is a lot packed into those few pages - but Azzan and Everly's personal issues seemed to be resolved almost too quickly in the end. I would have liked to see the ending stretched out just a tiny bit further.
But that's just a small quibble. The story is still awesome and I would totally recommend it - and all the rest of the series - to anyone I know.
I am not sure if reading the novella without having read the previous books in the series will have the same satisfaction (I read them all) BUT I do recommend all of Kendig’s books, starting with Nightshade (book one) in the Discarded Heroes series. They are exciting reads!
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