Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Review: The Indigo Spell
The Indigo Spell by Richelle Mead
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Wow, I am totally amazed. Sure, I can somehow say I saw it coming. But I guess I was more hoping for this change. For Sidney Sage's change of believe and behavior.
So far The Indigo Spell was the best out of the Bloodlines-series. Richelle Mead totally got me with this one.
But of course, it is hard to tell from to beginning to the end if Sidney will give in and turn to love and friends, and away from the Alchemists. It's been hard on her to get on a trip to deceive the ones she grew up with, who educated her on almost everything she knows and to tell her what's right and wrong. But you can easily tell that it's eating on her, that there are those secrets the Alchemists keep from her. She wants to know the truth. She wants to right the wrong, even though if the wrong ones are the Alchemists.
Sidney's adventure continues. And her new little family grew on her, some closer than others. But she feels for every single one.
By the end you can tell, that Sidney will still have a lot of tasks upon her. And it's hard to wait for the next book.
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