First Impression: The Girl Born of Smoke

I have a very good feeling about The Girl Born of Smoke.

The sample is well written and entertaining. It lacks a number of details that some authors try to cram into the first few chapters of a book. It is this lack of details that makes the sample enjoyable. Instead of throwing details at you, the author slowly immerses you into the world, characters and story. There are hints strewn throughout the sample, enough to make me interested in seeing where the story and characters go.

There isn’t much more I can say about the book until I finish reading it.


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