Bardugo not only creates a diverse world, with complex politics, varied cultures, and a vivid criminal underground, but she makes reading about it all fun.
Faithless indulges us in an epic fantasy reminiscent of Lord of the Rings, while challenging the reader about faith, religion, and humanity itself.
Dennard writes in such a way that you abscond on the journey with Safi and Iseult, maybe it was for this reason I couldn't stop reading until I ran out of pages.
From characters with true depth, to the premise of supernatural war-torn New Orleans, this first novel began my cravings to read more about the well crafted series.
An artfully woven story of the dirty truths of immigrants and the pursuit of wealth. And how anyone is able of inspiring generosity and benevolent change within society.
It's so hard for me, when there is a book that I know I could love, but for some reason I just don't. Seventh Decimate has everything in it that should keep pulling you in.
I had the craving for a good epic fantasy, and this world provided it. There is action, a quest, the potential for a slow-burn romance, family drama, an unknown past, the the looming threat of potential war on the horizon.