(I received a free eARC from the author for a voluntary and honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own)
A shifting of stars (A shifting of stars #1) by Kathy Kimbray (Releasing on 28 May)
Genre: YA, Fantasy
Rating: 2/5 stars
(DISCLAIMER: All thoughts and opinions are my own.)
Meadow watched as her mother died as the new Emperor squandered the people’s money when she knew the medicine that could have been brought in would save her mother. When we speaks out about going against his prized Tournament, she is arrested as punishment. As the wheels start to turn, Meadow finds secrets that will shift her world and the kingdom forever.
When my review goes up, the cover of this book won’t be up yet, so excuse the lack of photo!
I am thankful to the author for contacting me to review an eARC of the book, but unfortunately, this book wasn’t for me. I constantly put the book down and had difficulty picking it back up.
I did find the world building a little lacking and there were too many things happening which I couldn’t get a grip on. I also did find it a little slow paced. By 45% I was bored and speed read through the book and I was still confused about the world and did not care for the characters.
Although the book may not be for me, you could definitely give it a go if you are into Fantasy novels!
Have you read this book? What are your thoughts and opinions? Leave a comment down below! 🙂