Seraphina (Seraphina, #1)
Publisher: Random House for Young Readers
Pages no: 482
Seraphina..... Man. What a book. How can I describe how I felt when I finished this book? It was intense. I ached for the next book to begin. I ached for the main character and where she was left. I ached and ached that there was not more yet. When I finish a series or a book I love, there is a hole...
Did not finish.
Mixed opinion on that one.Gorgeous cover, for starters. Also, pleasant writing, more sophisticated than what is usually found in books intended for the targetted audience (while this might be a bad point for some, I had no difficulty with the vocabulary, and enjoyed the use of less common words for ...
Pretty damn good. The first part was a bit slow and some parts could've been explained earlier and/or better.Loved Seraphina though and her turmoil and struggle to accept herself and be accepted.Longer review to come
Um, where is book two? I want it right now, please. This book is like everything the Inheritance Trilogy should have been and never was.
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