Black Dawn | Review
I just finished Black Dawn, and if you’re looking for an adventure filled weekend read, this is it! Emory Fae is living her life when it is suddenly turned upside down by the news that she is the long lost heir to the Royal Line of Kiero, a far away and magic filled world. Emory also finds out that is is part of the Black Dawn Rebellion and is thrown into a fight to save her world and throne.
When I started reading Black Dawn, I was really surprised at how short the book was, and how quickly I was moving through it. But it really is action packed and very little room is wasted on unnecessary dialogue or plot points, which I appreciate.
I did struggle a little with the multiple plot points, but it didn’t take anything away from the book – that’s just a personal preference of mine. The world building was intense at times, and Emory really developed and grew as a character and I can’t wait to see what ends up happening in book two, since Black Dawn ended on a MAJOR cliffhanger.
A couple of things that didn’t sit that great with me are that this book has a villain that I really think could be fleshed out a little more (so hopefully that happens in book two) and the romance that occurs felt a bit insta-love to me (not to mention the love triangle / square that’s going on).
Rating: 3 stars
Have you read Black Dawn? What did you think? Let me know in the comments!
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