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A Throne for Sisters (Book One) Kindle Edition
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This book is suited for a young person new to the world of fantasy novels. I appreciate that it's PG and not R. So your daughters will likely love this. But truly not for a mature reader. Sad, because it could have been fantastic, like Sword of Truth fantastic. But it's not.
I didn't really care about the characters the seems one-dimensional and flat. For a little while the one sister who's trying to be in the Royal Court was interesting as she was trying to learn the ways and how to act this lady of the Court but then that slowly started to get boring as well now.
Now the ending was a little interesting and set the stage for another book and it is because of the ending that makes me want to read the next book in the series. I think this novel spent a lot of time trying to build up something bigger for the next novel. It leaves some questions unanswered and introduces something that is rather interesting and I'm intrigued by where the story is going to go next for the two sisters.
Would I recommend the novel probably there were a lot of aspects of the story that was interesting and did hold my attention until the end. There were just some things that seem to have fallen flat for me while I was reading it. So pick it up give it a chance and see how you feel about it and let me know.
First warning: These are not novels, they are sections of one huge novel. When you come to the end of the book you're reading, nothing has been resolved, and it ends with a resounding cliffhanger. If that bothers you, best not to start.
Second warning: If, like many of us, current events and politics have you looking around you in horror and wondering when America turned into this nasty place, you might want to defer reading these to a more optimistic time. They are chock full of horrible people, and a whole culture which has descended into toxic dog-eat-dog narcissism, and the horrible people keep winning. It gets wearing -- especially if you binge-read the series like I did.
It's obvious (this is a fairy-tale kind of a saga) that the good people whose stories we follow are mostly going to come out okay, but that will probably be 20 books from now. I just can't take this much awfulness in this unbroken a narrative arc -- I'm giving up. But I am sad that I have to -- in their own way, these have been fun.