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Also, the characters are strong and committed to the mystery at hand. The mystery was revealed slowly, with well-paced revelations along the way to keep me hooked. There’s a fresh take on faerie, too, as well as some completely unique world-building moments – like Strangehold itself, which is descriptively stunning, and I hope makes in appearance in the sequel. And now that Morgan and Falcon have formed a friendship in Novel I, I look forward to seeing more of their relationship deepen in future stories. There's so much potential for future storylines.
I’ve already downloaded Book 2 (SORROW’S SON – which, BTW, is a kick-ass name), and can’t wait to read it.
I really liked this story; it feels like a start of a great “friendship”. The world building was quite well thought throw – a very nice take on Fae/Human relationship. The river of blood was may be a bit too much, but I definitely loved what Sears did with the Strangehold.
This is undeniably a character driven book, thought there were enough adventures too. I loved Morgan. For me it’s always a pleasure to find a book with main character over thirty something. Morgan even older, she is 43 in the book. I am so not a fan of YA. I want my heroines to be mature and experienced. I really enjoyed how capable and sure in herself she is. It was refreshing to read a book with characters, which jump right into the action instead of wasting tome over self-discovery.
Falcon aka Rowan was cute. I really hope there will be romance in Future books.
I loved side characters; I appreciate that Sears gave solid base for them to be multidimensional.
The only complain is it was too short. I think the story could benefit from another 50 pages or so of story buildup. At times thing felt a tiny bit too rushed.
I will happily read what Rene Sears has to offer next.