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Deadly Nightshade (Three Sisters Trilogy) Paperback – 20 Nov 2018
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It is a great adventure full of interesting characters who you cant help but fall in love with. Cant wait to read about the other two sisters.
You won’t be able to put it down once you have started reading. This is definitely one not to miss. Can’t wait for the next one!
To begin, I struggled to warm to Linny, our newest female protagonist. However, once she showed a slightly more sassy side, I loved her. At a few moments through the book, I felt lumps in my throat due to her situation and her resilience (trying to avoid spoliers)
Quinn, like the Benedict Brothers in Stirlings savant series, is extremely likeable and lovable. I finished the book wanting to know more about him. I hope Joss does a book similar to Challenging Zed for Quinn!
Would highly recommend this story if you are a fan of Joss' previous work. Would also recommend to lovers of fantasy and magic!
Note... I would also like to take this opportunity to thank Joss Stirling and team for giving me the chance to read this book before release - this has not impacted my review of my book, and this review is entirely my opinion
This is a story that starts with three sisters, each cursed by the Fey King with the book focusing on the eldest sister (Linny) and her curse.
I was hooked from the opening chapter and read the whole book over the course of a day, something I haven’t done in a good while. I loved the storyline, was totally swept up in the characters and their surroundings and couldn’t wait to see what the next chapter entailed.
The chapters are short and captivating which makes getting through the book quick and the style of writing is easy to understand and form a picture in your mind. If you’re familiar with Joss’s previous books and liked the style of writing you’ll feel the same about this.
I thoroughly enjoyed this and can’t wait for Wren and Finch’s instalments!