Review: The Mermaid’s Sister
I read this as my Kindle First book for February. I was instantly hooked by the author’s writing style – fluid, descriptive and relatable. The word choice and sentence structure reminded me of a fable and I was instantly drawn into this world where girls would grow up with a half fairy ‘mother’ and a wyvern for a friend. This was one of those books that once I started reading, I found it hard to stop (I read the book in less than 24 hours!). Now, the plot was somewhat predictable, albeit with a small twist that I didn’t see coming, but the ending was the same. I did feel as though the pacing if the book changed dramatically once the climax hit, with the first 2/3 of the book being a rather slow build up and then suddenly you find yourself at the end, but it didn’t take much away from the overall story. Definitely recommend if you like fairy tales and magic, and you’re looking for a quick, light read.
My favorite line: “There’s no cure for being who you truly are.”
My favorite visual: The singing gypsy.
My review: 4 stars
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