I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Mitzi has delivered a novel that is quite intriguing, albeit difficult to follow at times.
Kandi’s acute suffering was well written. I actually enjoyed the first half of the book more than the second – while the last bit was tense and fast paced, I found the author’s grasp of time got a little loose.
Time is a major concept in this story, so I’m going to guess that the puzzling leaps in years, memories, and even character ages has something to do with the idea of Time as a being.
I found the supernatural side of things too powerful. Slowly gaining answers to questions I had about Kandi and Juan kept my interest, however, even as it became clear that they were over powered.
The first half of the story was better written and more structured. Kandi’s torture, depression, and mysterious origins were dangled like the perfect bribe.
Overall, a pretty decent read.