I wouldn’t call this a children book. I would recommend this book for kids that are 15+.
I didn’t know what to expect from the book when I pre-ordered it last year. It seemed awesome, but the blurb didn’t really clarify what the book was about.
The book itself was awesome, but I wouldn’t recommend it to people with a weak stomach. There are some stuff happening that are pretty gruesome.
I loved how the city was described, how when the author talked about the Institute, I felt like I could just see it, feel it.
Osbert, I never expected he would end up being a
I disliked Isabella, not from the start, but around the middle of the book. I just had a feeling that Osbert’s relationship with Isabella would turn one of treachery and pain.
The ending was seriously creepy, and though I wanted to know what happens, I think we can just guess.
All in all, it was a great, fantastic book, but again, not for kids under 14 or 15.