Publish date: November 12th 2013
Publisher: Apologue Entertainment, LLC
Pages no: 246
Edition language: English
Series: The Pentrals (#1)
After staring at the artistic and alluring cover, the concept of this story was what really caught my attention. A book narrated by a shadow? I was intrigued. Antares spends her days mimicking her charge’s movements with all the precision and fluidity of an artist--she is a shadow, bound to her task...
Cross-posted on Soaping.net The Pentrals starts credibly enough, with a strange first person narration of a girl watching another girl. The vantage is odd and disorienting, and it's only when you realize that the narrator is the girl's shadow that the angles lock, and you can finally orient yourse...
I got an ARC of this from a giveaway! It's the first time I won a book! *wipes tear away* I feel so accomplished in life.
This title was provided by Apologue Entertainment (via NetGalley) for review purposes. Okay, okay. I'll admit it--I judged a book by its cover. The cover art caught my eye immediately, and once I read the synopsis, I knew I had to read The Pentrals. The concept is so unlike anything I've read, and...
I'll get back to this later, but for now I need to take a break.