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I felt the author built this world up perfectly. It is easy to imagine both in physical appearance and politically. The concept of fighting storms and taking their hearts is a new for me. I was intrigued to find out the orgins of the storms. It's nice to find something new under the sun. The lead, Aurora aka Roar, goes on an adventure to find power. She ends up finding the knowledge of how the world really works and possibly the love of her life. A love she just met and has lied to since they first spoke. There is the dreaded love triangle... sighs... But there is a spark of hope that it is dropped in the next book.
The author uses multiple point of views but keeps the transitions clean cut. I've been torn on how to rate this book. It reads similar to the work of Sarah J. Maas, A Throne of Glass series. If you enjoy such stories involving young female leads that journey out of their comfort zone to grow in confidence and power, then you'll be entertained by this read. It is a true YA story, so if you are a borderline YA fan then be weary.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
I struggled to finish this book. I was looking for a strong female lead and I never seemed to get her. I was cringing for the entire first 10 chapters due to the amount if awkward lusty physical descriptions. I am actually horrified that young girls would read this because it tells them that the behavior of the male characters is appropriate - the girls should enjoy unsolicited physical contact. Just when I thought the lead was getting her head straight a new guy traipses into the story. There just isn't any subtlety to the romances and I couldn't stand it. The story itself is creative but the vibes are sexual assault-y.
7 of 8 people found this review helpful