What do you say once you’ve been Aleatha’d? I’m speechless. I knew I would feel ripped open when I finished this book. But I am addicted to the beautiful torture that Aleatha inflicts. She’s an evil genius. I’m not going to say much about the plot, because I don’t want to give too much away. But I will say, this is a suspenseful read, with an array of colorful characters. I was holding on tight during this crazy ride. I had the most amazing time questioning characters’ motives and attempting to figure it all out. I was right sometimes, I was wrong others. The biggest plot twist crossed my mind at some point, but I dismissed it…smh. Aleatha will have you questioning everything. Now that I’ve finished and am thinking about the implications I remain speechless. Wow, just freaking wow! I need the next book now!!!!!!!!!!!!
There’s nothing to say once you’ve been Aleatha’d. All you can do is pick up your jaw and wait. Pick up your jaw because it’s obviously on the floor when you finish the last word in any Aleatha story and wait for the next installment. This story was no different. It’s really funny because I know who Aleatha is. I KNOW! Yet, she has a way of writing a story so that you think you have an idea of how the plot will twist and you think you have the characters figured out and you know where it’s going. Then, in the last 5 pages of the book, she smoothly, effortlessly lets you know that your ideas were unimaginative and silly in comparison to the literally insane plot she somehow manages to come up with. Like, what? I literally called Natasha and was just like, ummm what? What? WHAT?? Like I said, there really are no words.