4.5 stars! This is the second book for Margaret Rogerson and the second I have loved. Her characters are always whimsical, fun and quirky. I find myself falling in love with even and especially the most morally grey characters, who never pull off being too bad because they are so good. Between the fierce Elisabeth and the grimoires (books that become monsters!) and the wickedly funny sorcerer, Nathaniel Thorne, oh and wait, the quiet, gentlemanly and evil demon/servant Silas, there is no point I do not feel utterly entertained, from page 1 to the end.
What a new perspective on a really captivating world building. I loved the main characters whose actions were very comprehensible. The narrator was wonderful.
I loved this story. I would say my rating would be 4.5. There is action, mystery and slight slow burn romance. The world building was intriguing and it was quite refreshing to return to a stand alone novel after reading so many series lately. If the writer chose to continue with a sequel. I would really enjoy returning to her world.
I absolutely loved it every minute of reading and listening to this book. I never knew what to expect next.
The lessons that I believe this book teaches best are 'Not everything is quite what it seems.' and 'Don't judge a book by its cover.'
very good. will listen to it over and over again.
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