Taran Matharu has done it once again and enthralled, and excited me with his words I felt like I was in the book, travelling with Fletcher and his friends – and a certain someone I will not name, as it may spoil it for those who haven’t read this far, or The Inquisitor – through the ether, and loved the action that took place within it; a movie scene created in my mind by his captivating writing. I laughed, and sighed- at the romantic parts, but also when they weren’t exactly romantic- and shed a lot of tears.
I can’t wait to read The Outcast when it comes out next year.
Stay true to yourself, and don’t ever let anyone deter you from the path you want to take.
Next post: Leonard Hofstadter’s Long-lost Cousin chapters 5 & 6