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I'd say the only downfall is I would have liked to have learned more about Devi's mother, and Devi herself. The title of the book, and the mother's beautiful singing voice, suggest that the mother was a siren, but this is really never fleshed out or confirmed. I also would have liked to see Andrew "man up" a little more, but this is totally a personal preference thing (he's far too subdued and "nice" for my taste).
Despite the heavy and dark nature of the novel (which I have come to expect and love from this author), it has a satisfying ending--one that makes you question the morality of all involved. As usual, I can't wait to read Krystal Jane Ruin's next novel!
This review is based on a complimentary book I received from Author, Krystal Jane Ruin. It is an honest and voluntary review. The complimentary receipt of it in no way affected my review or rating.
I loved Devi. I found her really relatable and easy to care for. There were some poignant lines that broke my heart. Fawn was irritating. I can see how they’re both the protagonist of their own story, but I just found Fawn a little annoying. Which made it easier to root for one character lol!
Well, it’s nearly 2 AM. Thanks, Krystal, for writing a story that kept me up at night. This was a story I would think about often as I went about my day, and that is awesome!
This novel definitely had a fairytale feel with plenty of elements that reminded me of Wicked and Phantom of the Opera in particular, but the book was definitely its own thing. Both Devi and Fawn narrate the story and you come to understand their points of view; they both have good and bad traits, which makes the story so much more interesting.
The writing is fluid and descriptive and effective. You're never confused as to the setting or the characters' surroundings.