The short version: For the most part, I enjoyed Kiersten White’s book. A sort of gender swap historical fiction, And I Darken kept me wanting more from beginning to end.
The short version:
I LOVED this book. There are very few things I would change, and I think it makes a great addition to the Throne of Glass family.
The short version: If you like poetry, read this book. Many of the poems were ones that would be covered in red had I handed them in to my poetry professors, but I still loved these poems, and as subjective as it is, I feel a little more myself after having read them.
**This review will contain unmarked spoilers from the first book, An Ember in the Ashes. Remember that one time when I was so excited to read this book because I loved An Ember in the Ashes? Yeah, Book 2, A Torch Against the Night was pretty much everything I’d hoped it would be and more. I loved this book…… Continue reading Character, Setting, and Mythological Love