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This Savage Song
Overall rating 
 
5.0
Plot 
 
5.0
Characters 
 
5.0
Writing Style 
 
5.0
What worked: Where do I even begin? This novel is amazingly brilliant with it's lush, dark world of monsters set some time in the future. Beautifully written, I was hooked right from the very first page and couldn't put this book down!

THIS SAVAGE SONG introduces readers to two very unlikely protagonists. Kate Harker is edgy and almost as ruthless as her father. After being kicked out of her sixth boarding school, she is sent back home to prove to her father that she's worthy of him.

August Flynn is a monster only he looks very human. He can steal a soul(one that is evil) with a song. He's also one of the three most powerful monsters in a city run by Kate's corrupt father and his minion monsters.

I totally loved this book something fierce. Action packed with flawed characters that you can't help but love. The setting is rich in details which includes three different types of monsters that are dangerous to humans.

The chemistry between Kate and August is one of two very unlikely friends that have so much going against them. They aren't friends per say but each works together to combat the growing evil that threatens to tear the City apart. Think YA meets a futurist Gotham City complete with monsters.

Lush, beautifully written dark urban fantasy that doesn't disappoint! There's alliances, betrayals, secrets, monsters, and an omg worthy ending that gave me chills! My only disappointment is I have to wait another year for the sequel!
Good Points
1. Amazingly brilliant
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