Copy provided for review through Virtual Book Tours.
This book was and yet was not what I thought it would be.
It was a little slow to start, for me at least. It's a story told from different points of view, which is fine, except that one of the points of view never quite made sense to me. I think that was at least partially intentional, but I wish it had been a little more developed.
This book is sad. Just to warn you. And yet, it's not.
Weaving together a father, a daughter, and a queen, the three main storylines become a beautiful tapestry of love and loss and, ultimately, hope.
I'd call this YA, for older teens, but also great for adults. Especially anyone who's ever created an imaginary world. :)
After all, what would you do if you found that world was real? And would anyone believe you if you told them?
Stop by tomorrow for a guest post from the author!