Series: Heromaker #1
Thank you so much to NetGalley and Harper Collins for providing me an arc!
Wow! I was BLOWN AWAY by this book. I think part of why I loved it so much is it touched on both themes and ideas we see in ancient mythology – specifically Greek and Viking, which have some of my favorite women warriors.
To me, this very much felt like a Greek epic in how it was parsed out, and it worked so well. Partially because the world building was so amazing and partially because Reed was a magnificent character. I will admit to shedding a few tears at this book.
It drew me in and wouldn’t let go. I so wanted to ignore life to finish it.
The relationship of friendship between the three girls was amazingly woven, and I am hoping to see more of it in the future books. I’m also really curious about where the story is going to go from here. Because the set up for the future is intriguing and I’m desperate to see what happens next.
This is a brilliantly written and addictive YA fantasy. I loved Reed, and I loved Silco and all the others as well. It was so well done and I’m impressed.
I’m now eagerly awaiting the next book!