Captivate (Review)

I really liked the direction that the series went with this book. With the arrival of Astley and another set of pixies, Zara and her friends and family are forced to confront their prejudices towards pixies. They’re also forced – particularly in Zara’s instance – to confront the choices they made when they imprisoned her father and his pixies in the house.

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Darkest Mercy (Review)

I kind of didn’t want to read this book. Not because I didn’t want to know what happened – I did – or because I wasn’t enjoying the series – I definitely was – but because I didn’t want it to be over. That’s the problem for me with reading series: they last longer, but they still end, and when they do, you’re more invested in the characters than you normally are when reading a standalone novel.

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