The Problem with Promises
Publish date: February 25th 2014
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 396
Edition language: English
Series: Mystwalker (#3)
At the end of Mystwalker's first and second installments, I was cautiously optimistic about continuing. Because while entertaining, I found major flaws in each. Finally, The Problem with Promises builds upon everything that came before without letting me down. The main cause for celebration is Hedi'...
The Problem with Promises continues from where the last book ended. Hedi is on a deadline. Events from book 2 give Hedi only a few days, which made me think this would be a fast-paced book, but it wasn't. While I find Hedi a sympathetic heroine, she spends so much time thinking about hypothetical si...
Rating: A- Enjoyed it a lotOriginally posted at That's What I'm Talking AboutReview copy provided by publisher As with most urban fantasy series, the Mystwalker series books should be read from the beginning and in order, or the reader will miss out on substantial world development and character g...
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