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Shadowsong

This was a disappointing book. The previous had managed to catch my attention because of the back and forth with the Goblin King.

Here it is about Vienna and the story loses all its charm as well the idea of where it really wants to head in the first place.

The story loses all its charm here, there is almost no tension, explanation as to where the story is even heading to end it.

The Goblin King loses the charm, as well as Liesel. Thus by the end of the story, all I feel is that this was disappointing. And that nothing was added. It was better for them to just have ended it at Wintersong if the story was going to be around the bush but never addressing anything about it.

Overall, this was beautiful to read albeit plotless for most part.

Rating: 2 out of 5

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2 thoughts on “Shadowsong

  1. I felt the same way about this book. I get what she was trying to do, but removing a major character from the story is never a good idea. Why give the Goblin King attention in the first book if you’re going to remove him from the second?

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