I received a free digital copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
So can we take a moment to discuss how gorgeous the cover art is?! That is immediately what drew me into the book. I had to know what magical tale lay between these pages. I must say, the cover art isn’t the only thing impressive with this novel!
I did not expect to love this book the way I did, the only complaint I really have was it was too short. I wanted more. I loved how the author blended the past and present in such a beautiful way. It was remarkable how you needed both time frames to unravel the mystery.
I will warn you, don’t go into reading this and expect everything to be factual. While this is historical in nature, it is also fiction. You have to read the story for what it is. I do feel there could have been more loose ends tied up, but it was still good regardless.
Thank you kindly to the author, the publisher, and NetGalley for this review copy.
Greetings and Salutations my dear friends and welcome to Feathered Fables! My name is Sari and I am a bird obsessed book lover. I currently live in Central South Florida with my 16 birds and my sweet puppers Lokie. You will see them on this site frequently. I started Feathered Fables in an attempt to venture out into the book world. I tend to read (and write) mostly young adult fiction, historical fiction, mystery, thriller, and romance. I do hope you will follow my journey on this site and stick around for a bit!
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Sounds very intriguing!
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