More reasons to fall in love with Laini Taylor: Daughter-in-law of Smoke and Bone

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This book… was incredible! 

I mean, I started it expecting a love story, which i got, but also this was so much more than that.

This book was about war and peace and colonialism and also about  loneliness , which is equally as important.

This book is about Karou an art student in the city of Prague. She draws monsters, gossips with her best friend and constantly has to avoid her ex. But that’s just the normal part of her life. The monsters she draws are real, and they raised her. She also happens to run errands collecting teeth for them. 

No Big Deal. 

But then Karou meets Akiva, an angel and they are both drawn to each other, a connection neither can explain. Karou begins to learn more about who she really is and the truth of her past

The best part of this book is the writing. Laini Taylor truly has a gift. She makes you fall in love with every single letter. I mean, I don’t think I would have loved this book as much if it hadn’t been for the incredible writing. Everything from the characters, who all just fit perfectly with each other ( Zuzana 😍) , to the world building, I could picture all of it happening in front of me, and the plot, were just so well done! 

I usually don’t have a good experience with binge reading a series, but I might just make an exception for this one.

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4 comments

  1. thebookprescription · October 20

    I agree with you
    The writing is the best part and if it was written differently then it wouldn’t have been as awesome!
    Great review 😉

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