i received a copy of this book to review from the publisher via netgalley.
really, idk how to write this review. vespertine is a book that i’ve only heard amazing things about, and i was let down by my overall reading experience.
vespertine is a well written book, with an engaging plot and loveable characters. my only issue is that i spent most of the book confused. i felt like there wasn’t enough descriptions. it took me a long time to even realise what “vespertine” even was. i think this book would have benefitted from being expanded (either into a much larger book, or into two), in order to properly explain each event.
aside from that, i really loved the characters. i found the revenant really enjoyable. it was different, and fun. it’s not often that we get to read a book where there’s something else inhabiting the protagonist’s body.
the worldbuilding was great, although a little more history would’ve been amazing.
there was so many dark vibes from this book, which i loved!!
so aside from my confusion (which could be me, as i did wizz through this book way too fast), i found vespertine to be an entertaining read, and i look forward to reading more by this author.