I’ve seen a lot of reviews about this book on Goodreads, and a great number of them were very positive, and Jade from YouTune channel Jadeyraereads (you may recognise her name) has read it and liked it as she has a very loved edition, plus it looked like a good read but I’ve been reading other books so it kind of got forgotten for a bit – but now I have, so let’s get into the review!
I must admit, that although I loved the book and the idea of a world we don’t know about below London, I had a hard time actually reading it because of the various breaks in the story: the switching between different characters and where they are in story as it progresses – their perspectives if you like, and it’s that which made it difficult for me to read, so I read one or two chapters at a time and put it down before picking it up again. All that aside though I thought it was well written: his descriptions and attention to detail had a film playing across my mind as I read, and enjoyed it a great deal.
If any of you guys have read it, what did you think?
Stay true to yourself, and don’t ever let anyone deter you from the course you wish to take.
Currently Reading: Wander Woman : Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo, and Drakenfeld by Mark Charan Newton (I know right: two books at once?!! Kath what are you thinking?)