A World Where Technology is Magic

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Every time I read a fantasy/science fiction I think that there is no way that this will be able to match the piles of those types of books I have read. I think that there is nothing else to do in that genre, but I stand corrected again.

This book was everything I wanted from this genre, which is my favorite. The moment I saw this book was going to be release I wanted to read it, but I have to admit that when I started I didn’t know this was going to be a part of a series so after finishing it, I really hate that I have to wait so long for the next book. I NEED to know what happens. Which is also another reason I really enjoyed this book. There were a lot of things I guest would happen but also a lot of other things that I was completely shocked about. This book was very fast paced and there were always something happening.

There is also a sense of mystery in this book. There was thing from the beginning of the book that you didn’t know about except for a small part and through the book the author did a wonderful job of slowly revealing things until the epic reveal.

I also love the characters and their relationship between each other. Especially between Zhade and Andra. The relationships develop at a natural pace that is very realistic. The author did a wonderful job of creating a world we could immerse ourselves into. She changed the way some characters spoke to show us it was a different time period but she changed the words so we still were able to understand what the characters were saying as well as the word not being even close to what we would say today. Over all I really liked this book and can’t wait to read the second.