i received a copy of twin crowns from harper collins nz in exchange for an honest review.
twin crowns review
twin crowns is the perfect read for those who love those princess switch movies on netflix. (and i don’t mean that in a bad way – i love them too!) just make it fantasy! what could go wrong? (nothing did, i loved it.)
this book is over 500 pages long, but was still a fast read. it didn’t drag one bit, and the plot was non stop, which i loved. the magic system and the history of the witches was interesting and complex, but not too confusing.
at first, i wasn’t roses biggest fan, but she grew on me by the end (even becoming my favourite). i found her character development to be the most interesting, as she was born and raised as a princess whereas wren was raised as a witch.
i loved both shen and tor but i felt there was a little too much romance for one book. (i mean, two main characters getting a nice romance arc felt quite rushed.)
overall, this book was one of my favourite reads in may, and i look forward to the sequel!