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Brittain *Needs a Nap and a Drink* The footnotes in the kindle edition are much more palatable. They come in line with the text and you just click on them.

I like the idea of the world she is building but it isn't clear enough.

Titus is awesome though.

Melissa (Ever So Mela) I'm a kindle maniac. Hard covers be damned :)
But I still didn't click on them. Idk when I looked through the notes, it was like 15 pages and I just thought "nahh". Maybe the world could have been explained better if I read them. But so many pages of information is kinda off'putting.

I did like the world though. If it had been more complex and thoroughly explained, I think it would have been perfect.

Brittain *Needs a Nap and a Drink* They definitely helped. They made it feel a bit more cohesive in some the world existed and everybody knows about it and these are just refreshers. They can be a bit lengthy though.

The world is nice. It needs more visualizations throughout.

Melissa (Ever So Mela) Probably the next book has them so I'll give them a try.

Also I hope it's more centered in the mage realm than in the real world.

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Jess Titus though. I think he may have stolen my heart. But yeah, pretty much ace description of this book. Characters were fantastic, world building was pfft.

Melissa (Ever So Mela) Yes! I did love Titus. I really loved them as a whole too. We got to see a growing relationship, something we don't see in a lot of epic fantasies and that was what really made me love this. I'm looking forward to what they brong in the next book.

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