Reading this book made me wish I had a sister! I love the relationship between Seelie and Isolde. There are good and bad times, but through it all there was such a strong bond of friendship and love I was honestly jealous. I love the world building and development of characters. The note from the author in the beginning changed my entire outlook and the way I approached the characters and their relationships. Everyone makes mistakes, but I loved being able to hear the situation through Seelie’s perspective as an autistic character written by a person with Autism. Raze and Olani have a good dynamic and I really loved to see them not only adapt to, but really understand Seelie. Overall I think this book has good character development.
The negative to me was the plot line. I was somewhat confused at certain points because events happen very abruptly and then sort of just end. It also seemed a little repetitive. The pacing of the story felt very drawn out in a predictable way but also very rushed (especially the ending)! This book does end with a cliffhanger and I look forward to the second book. I voluntarily reviewed this after receiving a free copy.