Review: The Sin Eater’s Daughter by Melinda Salisbury

Title: The Sin Eater’s Daughter

Author: Melinda Salisbury

Pages: 333

Published: 5th February 2016

⭐️ 4 / 5

Here we have yet another book I read after meeting the author first. Melinda Salisbury was on the panel at the Fantasy and Folklore event, chaired by Samantha Shannon, at Waterstones Piccadilly. Melinda’s personality screamed through everything she said. She was hilarious, intelligent, the anecdotes of her Grandmother reminded me of my own family…and this concoction meant I simply couldn’t leave without buying one of her books. Surely a person that was so very interesting upon first hearing from her could whip up a book that I would love? Well, bless my instincts because holy smokes what a novel!

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Review: King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard (Red Queen #3)

Title: King’s Cage

Author: Victoria Aveyard

Pages: 528

Published: 9th February 2017

⭐️ 5 / 5

Book three follows Mare, the Scarlet Guard and the red rebellion, and the silver court. Mare struggles without her power and battles grief whilst alone in a cell. Maven struggles with his power and battles his own grief whilst alone on the throne. Cal struggles amongst changing powers and battles grief whilst alone in a sea of red soldiers. To put it simply, our three mains are balancing angst with being badass.

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