(I received this book for free as part of Goodreads First Reads giveaways).
(This review may contain spoilers).
Although this book was the second in the series (which meant I missed the explanation parts in the first book), I still found this book really easy to follow.
I found the concept of the Spellweaver to be quite an intriguing one, even though I didn’t know how that was passed down or what the history was. I did find it interesting that there were two different worlds, though I would have liked more details about how exactly they worked.
I quite liked Hollie and Jamie in this book, as well as Felicity. I found Oliver to be quite an interesting character. I would have liked to see a bit more of him. When it comes to interesting villains, I think he fits that criteria.
I can’t say the same about the members of the cult. I really couldn’t understand their reasoning at all.
There were a lot of parts in the book where I felt bad for Felicity. Even though there were a few occasions where I came close to losing my empathy for her, I still felt bad for her at times and I felt that the other characters didn’t really understand her in the way they should have done all the time.
I did feel that the plot of this book was really intriguing and there was real danger there. The book kept me reading throughout and was a really quick, easy read. I’d probably read the next books in the series at some point in the future.