“What’s worse than an evil villain?”

Holly of “Belle Of The Library” reviews Thrall.

Holly says:

“As is mentioned, the line between good and evil is really blurry, which is kind of exactly what it needs to be. Because really, what’s worse than an evil villain? Answer: an evil villain who truly believes he/she is in the right and doing the right thing. This book was loaded with characters who were forced to question whether or not what they were doing was right. Very multidimensional. Loved that.”

You can read the whole review here!

Holly’s rating: 5/5 roses

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