- File Size: 1974 KB
- Print Length: 143 pages
- Publication Date: September 29, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07XCD69CR
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,074 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is a story of a girl who believed herself a monster and had a special power she had to hide. After accidentally using her power on a guy who was only in her village for a night, she is taken away from everything she's ever known, along with her one and only friend.
The story continues as she meets Prince Poison who is an actual god after is taken to a palace where she encounters other gods.
This is an inventive and lavish tale of gods and their cruelties. It's interwoven with characters that are mostly pawns to the gods, but Valissa is more than she seems.
While others try and force her to do what they want or try to keep her in the dark, she learns how and why she's the way she is.
It's a wonderful little series with books that can be read in an hour or so each on KU.
Top international reviews
I cannot get over the atmosphere this short serial-starter creates. It's tense and dangerous, full of magic of the darkest kind. Characters and places are vividly written, splashes of vibrant colour setting the scene in a mix somewhere between ancient mythology and the 1800s. It shouldn't work, but it does. Some things don't initially make sense, but explanations come in dribs and drabs that flesh out the world and Lissa's character.
About Lissa. Oh dang, do I love me a good brave-coward character. Yes, that is a contradictory description, but know this: she's obviously the "hero" and yet she doesn't run into situations full of confidence and vigor. Her anxieties feel realistic, not overblown or completely forgotten about. And her mental state, well... (view spoiler) This could be interesting.
Beware the cliffhanger at the end of this episode. It is an introduction, episode one, so is short on actual story. I devoured it so fast I nearly got mental indigestion. It raises so many questions. No romance yet, but if the tone is anything to go by it's not going to be your sickly sweet Happily Ever After...
I can definately recommend it and am looking forward to read more.