Arrow of the Mist
Pages no: 257
, Young Adult
, High Fantasy
, Middle Grade
, Young Adult Fantasy
Lias father and a few others in her village have been struck down with a mysterious illness. They get pricked by some thorns and end up getting very sick. Her grandfather knows where the thorns come from, Brume! Its a place shrouded in fog and very few come out of there alive. Lia knows she has no c...
(I got this book through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.)"Arrow of the Mist" reads fast, and is brimming with vivid descriptions. Throughout the whole story, I found it easy to picture what was happening, the places the characters went through, and even the plants themselves (I'm really...
Actual rating: 2.5 starsArrow of the Mist reminded me of a Disney movie as it immediately immerses the reader in a magical world filled with action and danger, and the characters neatly fell into their roles of “hero” or “villain.”Lia reminded me a bit of Princess Merida from Brave, though that may ...
This review and more at Whitley ReadsCan we stop for a moment and talk about how awesome that cover is? Because, hot damn, that cover is awesome. And that’s in addition to being a nice break from all the “girl in a crazy dress staring dreamily off camera for no reason” covers.I liked this book well...
Review to come. I totally loved this.
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