The Exemeus (The Exemeus, #1)
Publisher: Royal Colours Ink
Pages no: 337
Review originally posted on Bibliophilia, Please.I've been burned a lot lately with the indie books that I have agreed to review, so The Exemeus was a pleasant surprise. The story was way different than what I've come to expect from "fantasy" or "dystopia" tags. The characters were also odd, but eas...
Review also posted at Ja čitam, a ti?It's not a secret that I love fantasy, but another thing is that I like that old kind of fantasy. Where you have old books and good old mystery around. This book has all of that and what's even more interesting it's dystopia at the same time. This book is ...
Most of the book is told from the perspective of Haylee and her life on Earth while Dephon is just reading about her. The ExemeusIsn’t a bad book, but it is a bit on the mediocre/ mainstream side. The romance in the book has been done before. With the insta-love and everything that goes on with the ...
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