The time has come for Ailesse to complete the ritual that will allow her to become a Ferrier and take the next step towards becoming the Bone Criers’ matriarch. Only, something goes wrong. Now she has to fight to return to freedom and the life she knew.
I must say, the character development in this book is amazing. One of my favorite things is when the characters fight their own development without noticing it, and of course, fail miserably at stopping it. Each character goes through a dramatic change, but all of them stay true to themselves.
The setting of Bone Crier’s Moon was also a big point of interest to me. Having a single walled city surrounded by woods and unsettled land certainly made for some interesting scenes. It made the details of the Bone Criers’ mythology that much more interesting as well, for reasons that I can’t explain without spoilers. All in all, if you’re looking for a book with strong female leads, magic, and mythology, this book is for you.
Yours in love and literature, Page.
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