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A lot of sadness in this story along with some interesting scenes including a duel! The ending leaves the reader with a hope for the future and still searching for the Promised Land. Hold onto your faith in this one...
Mollie, our very own blind Irish "witch" was hilarious as ever, her and little Lucie the comic relief in a relatively dark world. There are moments were I couldn't believe what was happening (shock is putting it mildly), but for the most part, what happened was expected. I will say, though, I did not like Ian in this book (my reasons are justified). He was...let's just say I lost respect for him.
The only reason why I gave this three stars instead of four, was because of the frequent punctuation mishaps (stickler for grammar), and the slow pacing. It picks up about halfway through the book, but the build-up was a little slow for my tastes. With that said, if there is another book in the series, which is what I'm assuming, I'll definitely be checking it out.
As the quest marches on, many character flaws are brought to light. You find yourself despising characters you once liked. I think this really added to the depth of the book. After all, you can’t like everyone. Mollie quickly became my favorite with her quick wit and comical responses. Although the first half of the book recapped much of what the Broken Earth had already described, it was a necessary if the author wants each book to be a stand alone read. After the story picked up the pace, I finished it quickly. Some shocking scenarios always keep the reader on their toes.
With the end of the story, I’m assuming their will be a third book, but do hope this will wrap up into a trilogy. Since the second book rehashed so much of the first book, I’m totally ready to “see” this Promised Land.
*I received this book in exchange for an honest review.*
At times the book was slow paced but other parts of the book picked up for this. Shattered Hearts picks up about halfway through the book, but the tension building up took some time. With that said, if there is another book within the series, I'll definitely be checking it out.