My rating: 3 of 5 stars
The Blood Mirror continues the story of Kip and friends, but I felt like I was missing more of the story than I got, and it ended abruptly without a resolution to any of the story arcs.
I decided to tackle this as a series instead of individual books. I had attempted to start Stormdancer 3 – 4 times since its publication date, and for one reason or another, it never stuck. This time, I picked it up for and vowed to power through whatever my block was, and I’m glad I did. On the other side, I found an amazing, unique world, a believable government, and somewhat stereotypical characters. Overall, it wasn’t the best story I’ve ever read, but it was fun, entertaining, and time well spent.
A satisfying finish to a great story. Brown creates characters that are deep, dynamic and wholly believable. The Darrow we ended the story with is not the Darrow that we started with, and that’s what makes this such a great story. Continue reading “Book Review: Morning Star (Red Rising Trilogy #3)”