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361 pages, Paperback
First published April 28, 2015
“The library was her home. Books didn’t give her dirty looks or whisper snide comments under their breath. Books didn’t judge.”
.。.:*・Actual Rating: 3.8 stars .。.:*・
What to expect from a first-in-a-series fantasy? Ample amounts of sarcasm and wit (mhmmm my favourite), inevitable tropes and a fun country-hopping scavenger hunt.
Now, fighting fuels more fighting, and hatred breeds more hatred. It almost doesn’t after why the war began. We’ve fought for so long that I fear we’ve forgotten how to do anything else.
“War is like a drug,” he said. “You spend so long chasing victory that you become blind to the fact that you’ll never find it. It had never even occurred to me that peace was possible…”
Actual rating: 3.5 stars. I see ya DoSaB comparison. For once they got it right, A plus to the marketing team. It was undermined by a few points, hence the rating. Full Review To Come.
"She had gone to the library in search for hope, but what she'd found instead was a child. It would take her many years to realize that the two were not so different after all."
― Melissa Grey, The Girl at Midnight