Saturday, 8 December 2012

Book Review: Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

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Rating
5 of 5 stars false
StatusRead from December 04 to 05, 2012
Daughter of Smoke and Bone.
TAYLOR, LAINI
 
I think I've fallen into a magic portal and disappeared into the amazing world of Daughter of Smoke and Bone. An art student, Karou, attends an art school in Praque where she learns to paint nudes, converses with friends that accept she's an enigma, gets pestered by her sexy ex-boyfriend, draws fantasy drawings that aren't fantasy and seems to come from a completely different celestial world. Wow. Caught in a battle between two fantastical clans, Karou must discover what she really is, a decision that could not only change her own life and trusts but could also change the lives of those that she loves...and hates.

 This novel takes you on a journey that not even dreams can conjure... where celestial goodness, mystery and romance are at their best. With multiple crescendos and twists, Daughter of Smoke and Bone is a work that few can rival with such a great and imaginative storyline and the classic 'forbidden love'. It is unlike most YA novels and is a real treasure of a book. I really do recomend this book to all, whether your genre is fantasy, paranormal, historical or you just read books.

After this amazing novel comes the second instalment; Days of Blood and Starlight. When I manage to get my hands on this one get ready for a bombshell.


 

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