Publish date: April 27th 2010
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: Mistwood (#1)
I knew nothing of this book except that my friend came over to my house and said hey read this and I am really glad that I did. This book was so beautifully written it had me on my toes the whole time. This story is about a shape-shifter from the legend named Isabel who suffers from memory los...
I've re-read this book more times than I count and it's still amazing every time I read it.The tricky unreliable narrator is written beautifully. Honestly, it must be so difficult to write a character with no memory of who she was, with a less than stellar personality, and a stunning lack of empathy...
This book had me from the start. It is very well written and has a great concept. It falls flat with the big reveal. I was like huh!It was very intriguing up until that point. The heroine is great and you really rout for her. The prince is kinda lame and you wonder what she sees in him.
Mistwood by Leah Cypess spent a good amount of time on my TBR pile. How could I not want a book that’s fantasy with a pretty purple cover? When Allison at The Allure of Books showed that she had gotten it and the sequel Nightspell, I pointed out that we should read them together. Mistwood had som...
I picked up Mistwood by Leah Cypess with fairly low expectations. It has gotten quite a few mixed reviews that left me feeling a little wary – I put off reading it for over two years after its release despite my obsession for all things YA high fantasy! With a push from Liz at Consumed by Books, I f...