This book is about a girl named Bristal who started out as a poor orphan, but then discovers she's one of the ancient, immortal elicromancers and can shapeshift. She was such a wonderful main character, and it was a pleasure to get to see what was going on inside of her head. The story itself was magical. And all of the characters were so interesting to read about ,each one, no matter how big or small, completely stood out for me. I was surprised by the drawn-out timeline but it made perfect sense. This book had bits of various fairy tales mixed into new material. The book was kind of a replica of the chronicles series but it wasn’t to bad. I wish the author had really added a few more mysteries in the book to make your mind spin. - @momo of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library
This book was really good. It delivers a really good plot and great heroine with really good romance involved. The book starts fairly quickly giving a tiny glimpse of Bristal's life and then a glimpse of her life with the main villian. It really is an underated book even though it hasn't been out long enough. If you loved this book as much as I do, I would really recommend the book The Crown's Game by Evelyn Skye as it is similar to this book but has a different plot entirely.
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