30 Aug 2018

Flynn Nightsider and the Edge of Evil | Review

Title: Flynn Nightsider and the Edge of Evil
Series: Flynn Nightsider #1
Author: Mary Fan
Pages: 384 pages
Version: Paperback (ARC)
Publisher: Crazy 8 Press
Rating: ★★★★
*3.5/5*

Review

This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Mary Fan!

Flynn Nightsider and the Edge of Evil tells Flynn, someone born without magic in a world full of it. The government thinks that people without magic aren’t worth much and those with are important. The Rising, a group of rebels, wants to change the government and so Flynn decides to help them. During his stay with the Rising, Flynn learns a lot about himself and his dead mother.

Flynn Nightsider and the Edge of Evil was a bit of a slow read, so it was a bit hard to get through the book and get into the story. It took me a little while to read Flynn Nightsider, almost two weeks! Besides it being slow, I also want to say that I love multiple perspectives if it’s clearly stated whose perspective it is.  It’s not that it wasn’t clear, but I think that it’s always easier when you can tell whose perspective it is before you start reading the chapter.

Now onto positive things! I really liked the concept of this story. A world with people who can practise magic and those who cannot, with special creatures and a group of rebels. Flynn Nightsider and the Edge of Evil was really interesting and the characters were really likeable! I enjoyed reading from Aurelia’s perspective because she’s such a badass!

Something I also really liked, were the illustrations and dark pages. It gave the book something extra and I have to admit, I love those extras! Here are two pictures of how the inside of the book looks:


So besides the book being a bit slow, I really enjoyed reading Flynn Nightsider and the Edge of Evil and I cannot wait to read the sequel and the prequels!

2 comments:

  1. It does sound like an overall good read, even if you didn't 100% enjoy it. Those illustrations are beautiful!
    Cora | http://www.teapartyprincess.co.uk/

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    1. Yeah it was a good book and I love the illustrations!😍

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