“A stone needs only a trickle of water, unceasing in it’s focus, to create a groove. If you are the water, take your time to do the work. If you are the stone, best roll out of the way before you are split in two.
Jesminda’s power of Earthsong makes her an outcast. She lives alone and isolated since her parents’ and brothers’ death. One day she encounters a man beaten to within an inch of his life. Jesminda helps him, but she doesn’t know yet that meeting him is going to change her life forever.
I can’t say nothing bad about the writing style. It’s natural, but very beautiful. Every character has their own voice and that’s something I love in books with more than one POV.
A wonderful addition to this book are pieces of “Collected Folktales” before every chapter. They had a wonderful, whimsical, and magical aura. And they added a lot of depth into this world. I loved them.
I have to start this by saying that I haven’t been this invested into a relationship in a book since I read ACOMAF around 2 years ago. The characters have been so well developed and thought out, that they felt very real. It made me care. AND I LOVE TO CARE!!! It’s impossible not to love them.
Some people might say that there is an instalove trope in this book, but I don’t really think so. In my opinion it’s an instant attraction between characters that developed into a romantic feeling over time.
It takes less than 20 pages for this book to get really interesting, and once it starts, it doesn’t stop until the very end. It’s impossible to get bored even in the rare moments when the action slows down a little, because then we get to see the relationship between the main characters develop AND THEY ARE AMAZING TOGETHER!
Can I see anything more, other than it’s a really good book? And please? Do yourself a favour and read it? Like right now?
I recieved a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review