- File Size: 1657 KB
- Print Length: 331 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: May 13, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XV12DMS
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #562,686 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Alrighty peeps, I was excited for this. Yea, there was a love plot, but it seemed like the main focus was going to be Abbie's revenge. And for a little bit it was. We saw Abbie's dislike for Onlies (non-magical folk) and for Fire Witches. We saw her inner thoughts about wanting her mother's death avenged. And then... the love story took over.
I was skeptical when it started. Now don't get me wrong, I enjoy a good love story. But come on, sometimes a girl just wants a story without all the mushy gushy subplot. However, I will say that I became invested in their story. Especially when it began to show the inner workings of the evil witch's intentions.
There were a few intriguing battle scenes. They weren't quite LoTR level, but hey, not everyone can be on Tolkien's level. They were fairly interesting and captivating.
Overall, I am intrigued by where the story went and where the sequel will be heading.
It kind of reminds me of a modern day version of Cinderella meets Twilight (but with magic instead of vampires). I'm not one of those people that try to figure what is going to happen before it happens, but I do on occasion, speculate. As it happens I was only right about 2 of those things, neither of which I can put here without spoiling the book.
I will say that I liked the use of the elemental witchly powers and that while "spells" were "cast", it wasn't done in a typical way you normally see. It's almost of a Wiccan type of craft, which is something I can personally relate to. While this story is "wrapped up", we are still left with some things unanswered and I'm wondering if we get those answers in the next book, Wind & Wave. I'm looking forward to it.
While it started out semi slow, it did pick up mid-way through. There is a lot of detail to the story which is appreciated but I think it tended to drag the story down a bit. I wanted Ben to have more of a spine throughout most of the book and wanted to cheer when he finally found himself. Abbie as a character was fun to read. I look forward to finding out what eventually happens as you are left with a quisi-cliffie at the end. I agreed to read an advance copy for my opinions.
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