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Review: The Curse by Jina S. Bazzar

“… Words of grief in a land of beauty and serenity. It almost felt like blasphemy to mar the air with such words of sadness.”

Genre: Urban Fantasy

Rate: 3 ⭐⭐⭐

Goodreads Synopsis

Yoncey Fosch, the leader of the Unseelie Dhiultadh clan would give anything to save his brother from a mysterious plague. Anything, including his leadership mantle and a favor to his deadliest enemy, Queen Titania’s consort.
But his actions will have far reaching consequences, and Fosch realizes he is not only unwilling to pay the price, but will defy anyone who calls him on it.

Disclaimer – the author sent me a copy of the book and all views are honest and my own.

My Take

I found the story enchanting and found myself in love with their world. The author’s vivid descriptions made me feel like I was there. There’s a lot of mythology and mythological creatures which fascinated me a lot. The writing is good and easy to comprehend so that is a plus.

However, I had a problem following the plot and understanding what it was all about. There are major events happening at a really short period that I was left confused. The characters are okay, I just had a problem understanding them.

The Curse is a short novella that was quick to get through. I tried to keep in mind that it’s just a short part of a bigger story that is told in Heir of Fire and that kept me very much interested.

“Power is a wonderful thing Ari. External appearance means nothing.”

If you like Fantasy and Paranormal creatures with lots of mythology, then this is a book for you.

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3 thoughts on “Review: The Curse by Jina S. Bazzar

  1. Not a genre that I usually read though I am always curious about the world-building in these stories. Sorry to hear that this one wasn’t for you though.

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