2 stars · Books · Epic Fantasy · Fantasy · Historical · Reviews · Uncategorized · Young Adult

The Farrier’s Daughter

DNF @ 80%

I give up. The book went well for the first quarter or so, before it went downhill since then.

And well, I just can’t. The plot was basically nonexistent as was the world. Initially, it caught my attention but eventually it just revealed itself to have really no idea where it wanted to head. And the romance, at best it is laughable.

I just don’t even know where this book is heading, when it should have focused on the curse which got Alainn becoming nobility or something which comes so true. But just really, it doesn’t bother to pay attention to this juicy bit and instead focus on much duller things. Which doesn’t make much sense, although the setting is rather unique at the least.

And there is where I believe that it simply lost me.

Rating: 2 out of 5


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