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Feather by Abra Ebner book review

Hi ForeverBookers, sorry it's taken me so long to post again. Anyway here's my review for Feather by Abra Ebner. This book is the first in a trilogy. 

It was a good book. It took me a little longer to get through it this time as I wasn't as excited about picking it up. I'd definitely say this book series was for middle aged YA readers (14+) as it's about a 17 year old girl and her learning what she is. 

I found the mystery in this book interesting. There is a certain amount of romance although it's not overwhelming to the rest of the story. Edgar and Estella (Elle) have been apart for some time before this book. The story centres around them finding each other again. We only hear from Elle's perspective in this first book though we hear from both Elle and Edgar's perspective in the last. 

This book has a tense scene at the end where I wanted to know what would happen. It also ends of a bit of a cliffhanger.

This book has romance, magic, a boarding school like setting so I recommend it if you like any of those things. 

I give this book 3.5 stars! 







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