Court of Undying Seasons by A.M. Strickland - Book Review

Court of Undying Seasons by A.M. Strickland - Book Review

Review by @elle.cheshire

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

This was everything I wanted it to be! I’m here for anything with vampires and this delivered. It has a school for vampires in training, murders, rituals, a mystery with a count down, lots of blood and of course, the vampires themselves. I really liked the idea of the vampire houses and the different ways they trained the novices. The world was easy to understand and I enjoyed seeing Fin dive head first into it. I also liked that though Fin goes in wanting to kill vampires she eventually realises that they whilst they are killers they are no more monstrous than humans in most regards and she finds a few who she actually comes to like and call family.

Fin was a great character and I enjoyed her growth and the journey she had. All the side characters were amazing (Kashire was my favourite) and made the story really come to life. I just really enjoyed this story, it kept me entertained and had me invested in all of the plotlines! Especially great for a standalone - if you’re looking for a ya dark fantasy with excellent queer and trans rep look no further!

As I also enjoyed the authors In The Ravenous Dark It’s safe to say that this is an author I’ll continue to follow and look for their next book!

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Review by @elle.cheshire

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A bit about me… I love all things morally grey and magical! 

My favourite series is Red Rising and I’m sucker for found family. 

I drink way too much tea and live out my fantasy dreams by visiting medieval festivals and doing archery! 

If I’m not reading you’ll find me writing my book or dreaming of far away places.

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