Once more Durst has affirmed her position as one of my favorite authors. She had the ability to allow her villains to have some humanity and to have that humanity recognized but not letting said recognition derail the protagonist’s need for victory. This book involves bone magic, those who can use it and those who abuse it.
Kreya was so well portrayed, she showed her love through her willingness to sacrifice. Durst allows a lot of weight for love which endears me to her work. Stran and Ammura’s relationship demonstrated the strength that can come from a diverse relationship.
The plot was good and I loved the rag dolls. The constructs were all to easy to imagine. I read in awe someone who’s imagination creates believable worlds and people to populate it.
I loved the book and highly recommend it.
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