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Darkchylde: The Ariel Chylde Saga Review


This was not at all what I expected to read. It was better. I really enjoyed how fun and ‘spooky’ it is. The cover alone had my attention in a nanosecond but from page one, I was captured Ariel’s descriptiveness of what she sees- dreams. The entire story, to me, was captivating. There were certain parts and characters that could have been more developed but this is no way took away from the story.

This was definitely an easy and captivating plot to read. I only came across a few minor grammatical errors that quite frankly did not take away from the story or Ariel’s journey. The author’s writing style was easy to follow. I always enjoy a book where you can do just that, enjoy the book, without having to second guess certain words or where the twists completely confuse you.

I am so happy I was approved on Netgalley to receive an early copy of this book. I “discovered” Netgalley roughly about 4-6 days before this book was scheduled to be released on November 1st. I really wanted to have my review up before it was released but ‘Life’ got in the way and I wasn’t able to finish reading the book until about Nov. 6th. In any case, this is my review and I recommend this book with a smile on my face.

Happy Reading 


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