2 stars · Books · Fantasy · Historical · Historical Fantasy · Reviews

Moonshine

Originally I thought this was a story about Daisy, and from the beginning she seemed like an interesting character and the story seemed to be going somewhere.

Until it didn’t. I don’t understand what Daisy was doing to say the least, and neither did I know what she was doing there. She just didn’t feel complex or developed enough as a character making it hard for me to relate to her and understand her.

The plot was not prominent nor did I feel invested enough to really try and see it. It doesn’t grip me with the characters, and neither does it entertain.

Although there was another character there, but it was in a way that didn’t really grab my attention either. Just so little things happened, and nothing really caught my attention at all.

Which is the main deal when I read since I want to be entertained, not having to keep on anticipating something that I’m not even certain will happen.

But after a while, it just seemed to lose focus and I was just bored out of my mind. And this is why I just dropped it at the end of the day.

Rating: 2 out of 5

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