Enjoy this book review. Hopefully, more is coming soon on the blog. Fingers crossed.
Disclaimer: **There may have spoilers?? Who knows really?**
So I first discovered Nadine Brandes or either Tashapolis’ or Jessethereader’s channel. I can’t remember which. I had never heard of her before and was interested when she was soon to publish Fawkes. And I soon subscribed to her Youtube.
Nadine once spent four days as a sea cook in the name of book research. She’s the author of FAWKES and of the award-winning The Out of Time Series. Her inner fangirl perks up at the mention of soul-talk, Quidditch, bookstagram, and Oreos. When she’s not busy writing novels about bold living, she’s adventuring through Middle Earth or taste-testing a new chai. Nadine and her Auror husband are building a Tiny House on wheels. Current mission: paint the world in shalom.
So I just realized it me, it took me to read it in a month. It wasn’t bad, I promise. It just me and forgetting I have an ebook and remembering to read before bed. *disclaimer*
So this is another book, I have to choose for a favorite of this year. In the beginning, it felt like it was slow but it gradually increased in conflict and suspense. I liked how Nadine choose this time period. Although I don’t know much about, it was actually interesting to read in fictional terms. I like how she used each color of a mask and gave them each a certain power for it and genius in itself. Now I really want to learn the history behind the story. It’s really intriguing. And there is Emma. I had my doubts about her, in the beginning, like is going to betray Thomas. Yes? No? She was great, enjoyed how she developed. Then there is his father, I had so high hopes. Why? The white light was an interesting concept. I loved it so much. It really tied together very well.
Rating: Five stars