This is the perfect read for Something Wicked, not only is this series filled with the strange and unusual death and destruction but it is also just a really great, well written read!
Don't forget to check out today's Something Wicked Tour Stop with Michelle @ Snarky Mom Reads she has author Jamie Rush!
And tomorrow brings us even more fun with these two great stops!
Heidi@Rainy Day Ramblings: J.L. Bryan: Nomad
Maja@The Nocturnal Library: Gina Linko: Indigo
Author: Sarah Fine
Series: Novella in the Guards of Shadowlands Series
Published By: Skyscape (April 15, 2013)
Genre: YA Fantasy
My Rating: 4 Stars!!
In this thrilling short story set in the world of Sarah Fine’s novel Sanctum, Malachi rescues a mysterious girl from one of his own Guards, who’s convinced she’s a Mazikin. Malachi can tell she isn’t, but she’s not an ordinary citizen of the dark city, either. He only knows one thing for sure—she’s dangerous, and to more than just his mission. The captive’s fate is in his hands—will he end her afterlife or save her?
My Thoughts and Review:
I don't always post reviews on my blog of novellas, unless of course, they are outrageously, ridiculously good. Hence, why I am posting one today.
It has to be said, Sarah is an amazing author. Her rich detail and mind blowing ability to create a devastatingly dark depressing world that is so vivid is just outstanding. And the simple fact that even though the world she created is terrifying, you still want to be there, because hey, that world had Malachi and oh boy, Malachi is one guard you need to meet.
I could go on and on about why I love this series, why I love Lela and Malachi but honestly, you just need to pick it up and read it for yourself. Because this is one series you have to experience yourself to truly know and appreciate how well written it is and how captivating it can be.
The simple fact that Sarah gave us a story all about Malachi, in any shape or form is truly a gift and one I am thankful for because it has been a long hard wait for Fractured to be released and this just had enough umph to hold me over and make the wait a little more bearable and of course, make me fall in love with Malachi all over again.
*All thoughts and opinions are my own and were not influenced by the author or publisher. I was not compensated for this review.*