Firespell: A Novel of the Dark Elite
My Thoughts: First off, this was a quick read. I didn't mind it. The plot was easy to understand, the story flowed, and it had hints of magic. My biggest issue with this book was the banter between the characters. Yes, it can be fun to read, but really, it was annoying. It was full of sarcasm, and annoying quips. I myself am a fan of sarcasm, but the author seemed to use it to the point of annoyance. Instead of going on with the plot or working more substance into the storyline, the characters get into a word war, making up words or just continuing with banter that doesn't make sense. I don't feel like the the banter was helpful with character development either. I knew enough about the characters, it wasn't needed in my opinion for character development. I really wanted this book to be a lot better than it was. I might read successive stories, I just hope the characters lose their annoying banter!
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