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[Review] Lament: The Faerie Queen’s Deception – Maggie Stiefvater – Sweet and Unholy
An equally hunky—and equally dangerous—dark faerie soldier named Aodhan is also stalking Deirdre. Sworn enemies, Luke and Aodhan each have a deadly assignment from the Faerie Queen.
This is completely guilty of the insta love trope that we see in a lot of YA books and there are some super silly moments when Dee is just a bit over the top when it comes to Luke.
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But it lament by maggie stiefvater Maggie Steifvater and so there are just some great lines hidden in the YA angst. It also touches on Fae lore which I really love most of the time and tells an interesting tale.
Carly Robins does a fantastic job perfoming in this.
For the readers who can appreciate easy to read lyrical writting and meaningful styles that will fill your mouth with golden music. The intelligent readers looking for substance should probably pass on this novel or end up groaning through the entire thing and after.
This is the book that made Maggie Stiefvater my favorite author back inthis is the book that made me the avid bookworm that I currently am and really got me interested in reading. This is the first proper YA book I ever read as well, and whatever it did, it worked….
Lament is one of those nostalgia books I should not be rereading because otherwise the magic will end. Maggie Stiefvater will remain my favorite author, and Lament will continue to be my favorite book ever.
Lament takes lament by maggie stiefvater the YA formula that I tend to dislike and takes it to a whole other level of frustration.
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But… For those who have outgrown that and need a logical foundation of why our characters are our characters and a logical cohesion of why things happen, you might end up getting slightly frustrated. More than frustrated, lament by maggie stiefvater the niceties are simply my Maggie Stiefvater bias speaking Deirdre Monaghan is a sixteen year old harp prodigy who one day dreams of a handsome stranger being chased by hunters and a dove held captive by a beautiful woman who reeks of magic and bloodlust.
For instance, the author could signal the reader that this is not as true a love as the starry-eyed teenaged protagonist thinks it is.
Or the author could pay lip service to depicting a few reasons why these characters would want to be around each other. What makes this one so particular? Is it just her way around a harp? I am particularly over it because of the thing where you can see a million sensible reasons why Deirdre would be into James, her age-appropriate joke-making best friend, and like two reasons lament by maggie stiefvater would be into Luke.