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Was waiting for it with baited breath but was disappointed as it's too short and not satisfactory.story is well woven with illustrations but feels bland compared to other books.could have given so much more but you feel cheated going in with so much expectation in terms of pricing as well as material.I seriously thought it was a extended version with detailed Cardan's pov.but falls short.feeling let down finished in 1hr 30min.Iam like what,kept checking how many pages were left.not worth the price.you could give a miss.better to reread the series than spend on this one.
"You didn’t get what you deserved, but you don’t have to live inside that one story forever. No one’s heart has to remain stone."
This book was merely an attempt to show why Cardan was so ruthless, annoying, irritating and toxic. I still don't like Cardan, but the book was good. It was short and I loved the stories in between the story.
But, Cardan and Jude are still two of the most toxic characters I've read about. That's it. That's all I have to say about this book.
I loved visiting the world of folk once again and having something more to look forward to after finishing the series. Cardan's pov had always felt slightly lacking in the books so this book almost feels essential to have and read after finishing the main series. The addition of art was also a very interesting arc. Definitely recommended.
Gracefully written from the perspective of Carden and how he had become who he is and was. It was fantastic to see how Carden felt for Jude from the beginning. They are such a glamorous couple. So glad to read it.
If you love Cardan, you absolutely can't afford to miss this delightful treat with feisty illustrations. Everything is magic about this one and it's a must have for fans of The Folk Of The Air Trilogy. Treat it like a bonus, which in reality completes the Trilogy like a dessert after the main course.