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The Darkling Bride

This was satisfying, being spellbound to read this and eventually moving into some really interesting stuff. I was the most fascinated with The Darkling Bride in reality.

About her tale and how she became a part of the myths spreaded through the lines. But grounding it in reason was still beautiful and perfectly reasonable at the end of the day.

I enjoyed the story for all its tales, enough tension and suspense to make me constantly care and wonder just what happened. Keeping everything relevant but never tipping the scales to one side at any point.

The Darkling Bride was also making me emotionally invested, and I mean it. Every character was sympathetic, except for Kyla. While every character had been developed to fruition although I guessed who it was at the end. But it didn’t remove anything, it was perfection at least to me at the end of the day.

All the strange situations come together to give final and good conclusion. Which to me has been perfect, as well as making a whole lot of sense. All the plot lines have an ending, and a reason why it exists.

Overall, this was in all ways a gold and enthralling tale. With its plot being intricate, but at the end simple. All the way keeping just enough to not be frustrating and compelling characters, this was worth the time spent slowly reading each word.

Rating: 4 out of 5


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