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Jun 19, Margo Lerwill rated it really liked it. I thought the best things about this story were the snappy writing style, the intense and intriguingly quirky characters, and the interesting twists on mythology.
There are a few times when the wording was a little awkward or I found I'd attributed dialogue to the wrong character, and sometimes I couldn't keep up with the different kinds of magic being introduced, but none of this got in the way of me being able to enjoy the story. I could see these characters showing up again in something longer I thought the best things about this story were the snappy writing style, the intense and intriguingly quirky characters, and the interesting twists on mythology.
I could see these characters showing up again in something longer.
There's also a really fun excerpt from another work in the back. Oct 28, Tahlia Newland rated it liked it Shelves: This short story shows that Misti Wolanski can write about unusual things and shape them into an interesting story, in this instance a shape shifter escaping from a murderous necromancer.
The story is also quite dark, which is great if you like your stories that way. Molly rated it it was amazing Apr 09, Barbara rated it really liked it Jul 16, Rebecca Merz rated it it was amazing Mar 16, Kayla marked it as to-read May 29, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.