This wasn‘t my kind of book, but I‘ve ✔️off the prompt, I‘m 👊🏻. On to other books!
I found the content repetitive and the writing lackluster. Not surprisingly, I liked the Baba Yaga story the most.
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I usually try to get to the end of every book as quickly as possible so I can start the next one. However, I enjoyed taking my time with this book. The Sisters Blythe were quirky and relatable. Edith and her mom also were great in how they demonstrated how the ripples of a tragedy could effect more than just the immediate players.
#theunreadshelf #christyread2019 #ontothenext
2.5 ⭐️...maybe 3. I finally read the copy of this book that‘s been sitting on my shelves for years, now. Not what I was expecting...not a read I really enjoyed. The narrator was amusing, but I was left feeling underwhelmed. 🤷🏻♀️📖 #ontothenext #cantallbewinners
Boy oh boy oh boy. I don‘t know what to say right now. I have some questions I feel the author failed to elaborate on and some of the terms (seem really Russian) confused me a bit with very little description of what they meant. But, overall, I love the story and I cannot wait to get the second book! #finished #ontothenext
Awhile ago, I saw this book all over GR and IG with rave reviews. The reviews talked me into a book I was pretty sure wouldn't be my cup of tea. It reads like an Irish telenovela. Seriously. All the angst over love, unrequited love, adulterous love, etc. with some shady business dealings and half hearted revenge plots x2. Just not for me... especially with the ending lining up an equally eye roll worthy third book.
Most of this book was just so-so, but the last third of it picked up nicely. This one was full of teenage love drama though, so it had me rolling my eyes a lot. BUT, it ended in a way that makes me want to start the next book to see what happens, so overall I still liked it. Three stars. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ #OnToTheNext #DogsOfLitsy