Top critical review
Social Justice at its very, very best!
Reviewed in the United States on April 6, 2019
Not much to like here, plus the Amazon reviews of this book (which should only be reviews of this book) are somewhat misrepresented in that the reviews come from other books in the series combined with this one book.
This is a story of good and evil, but really, what is evil? Is it just the same as good, but with excuses? Other than the main characters, the others are poorly developed. The male characters sound like they were written by an angry militant feminist: the men are weak, unreliable, dishonorable, fickle and altogether not what men should strive to be, both the "good" and the "evil" male characters. The women are generally shallow and mean, again from both schools, but they are strong. I have no problem with strong female characters--all women in real life should be strong and self reliant, but I emphatically disagree that denigrating men makes women strong if only by comparison. And spoiler alert: two 14 year old girls kissing each other on the mouth at the end and saying "I love you"???
So what did I learn from this book? The author is a committed social justice warrior who thinks men are a waste of space and that good and evil are pretty much the same. Mostly I'm pleased that I bought only one book. On the plus side, the cover art is quite nice.