Thursday, 25 October 2018

Wingless - Heather Trim

Book: Wingless
Author: Heather Trim
Releasedate: Will be released: 8th of November, 2018


"I must get home before someone else I love dies."

Imprisoned on a floating island, four wingless friends need to get home before an assasin strikes at the heart of Balfour. Facing the dangers of the land and sky, young Ledger must help them escape and lead them home.

But his adopted brother, Tolliver, won’t leave just yet. He is dead set on finding his winged family, the ones who threw him away at birth. Will they accept him or execute him? Either way, Tolliver intends to try."


First of all, I was and am thrilled that I got to read the second book in this amazing series of Heather Trim. I read the first one at the start of this year in advance too, so I'm honoured to do it again! 

Wingless will be released in exactly two weeks and I am going to tell you why you should read it. First; Have you read Wingbound? No? You should! Why? Read this!  How? You can buy it for only $0.99 at Amazon for your Kindle here or whatsamacallitgadget. So that's literally no money at all for such an amazing adventure.

Now, Wingless. No spoilers. Absolutely fab. To be honest, it took me some time to get into the story. You could really feel Heather was building up to something. Like being in a rollercoaster. Going up is fun. You can see the view, enjoy the start of the ride, but when you go down, it gets even better. At some point the story just captivated me and I didn't want to put it down.

I really liked the fact that we got to see the story from the point of view from Ledger and also from Tolliver. Makes you see that their minds are totally different. Where Ledger is deep down cool and calculated and logical, there is Tolliver, with his temper and want to do something about it all. The story really evolves with the mindset of the two. So intertwined and yet two different stories wrapped in one adventure. You can literally see the lines being tossed out how the story goes. Some things were cliché, and some things were not. You literally didn't know what would be there around the corner for us to read. It could be cliché, or not. 

Wingless is an easyreader, fantasyloving, well thought story that evolves the more you read it. It has some awesome twists, some gross parts, some happy moments and some splendid shenanigans. (Shenanigans, amazing word.) Oh, and have you seen that gorgeous cover? She made it herself again! Stunning! I can't wait to read more!

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