Friday, May 29, 2015

[Review] Court of Nightfall


Title: Court of Nightfall

Series: The Nightfall Chronicles #1

Author: Karpov Kinrade

Published: December 14, 2014

Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Paranormal

Source: Purchased through Kindle Unlimited

Quicklinks: Amazon | Goodreads



SUMMARY --

I've spent my life in shades of grey. It wasn't until I died that my world filled with color.
That night, I still lived in black and white. There was a full moon. Full and looking as if it had been rolled in powdered sugar then plopped back into the sky, so that a white dusting shone around it like a halo.

I've never believed in monsters, or any of that nonsense. Never believed that the dark could be scary. Until that night. Now I know the truth, but it is shrouded with lies. Now I can see the world in color, but it is covered in shadows. Now, I must find the monster that killed my parents. And when I do, I will use my new powers to seek vengeance. A life for the lives that beast stole from me. I am no longer just Scarlett Night, the color-blind girl who dreams of flying.

Now, I am Nightfall-a fallen angel with a lust for blood. And I shall have my revenge.

#NighfallisComing

The Review.

Nightfall is a short, quick, and entertaining story with a great plot concept. I had a few issues with the character development, as I feel that it could have been a lot better. Though the development wasn't BAD... Just okay.  This made it hard to develop much emotion for the characters in scenes where it felt there should have been.

Even with just that one noticeable flaw, the book was still majorly enjoyable with an action-packed storyline. I found it extremely hard to put down (trust me, I tried). I recommend it to anyone who loves original stories of the Nephilim. I may have enjoyed it a little too much. I can't wait to read the next!

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1 comment:

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