Enchanting Fantasy

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I loved this book. It was refreshing, something different than what I usually expect from YA Fantasy. The book focused mostly on the relationship between the sisters, and then gave some hints about other possible relationships. Raze and Seelie are so cute together, I shipped them from the very first moment. The moments with them together throughout the book were some of the best parts.

The whole story world drew me in. It was fascinating and I really can't wait to read more from the next book. I actually didn't realize this wasn't a standalone when I read it, now I can't wait for the next book. There is still so much left unanswered at the end of this book. I need answers. I get emotionally invested in the story and the characters, now I will agonize over the wait.

Some parts of the story started to drag, it was easy to fall out of the story because of them. There weren't a lot of them, and they didn't last long, so they were easy enough to ignore. My other issue is some of the secondary characters just didn't seem fleshed out. I honestly don't know how I feel about them because I don't feel like I got to know them. They have enough personality that I know there is more there, I just want to see it more in the story.

The book is one that I recommend and I will honestly reread it before the next book comes out. There was a lot of worldbuilding without getting boring, or trying too hard. The story has a way of drawing you in and making you listen and accept it the way it is. It was a magical experience. I hope the next book is told in a similar way.