Moths To A Flame

Moths To A Flame None

  • Title: Moths To A Flame
  • Author: Sarah Ash
  • ISBN: 9781857983074
  • Page: 273
  • Format: None
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      Published :2019-01-02T10:30:18+00:00

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    1. (3.5)I love Sarah Ash. Her books always have this great atmosphere and plots you can really sink your teeth into. I think if I read Moths to a Flame before most of her other books instead of after them, I would have loved it more. As it is, I can't stop comparing it to her other works (such a bad habit, I know)!Book content warnings:pretty horrific decaying/insect scenes? (almost horror)Moths to a Flame follows the twins Laili and Lai stolen from their island of Ael Lahi and sold to the city of [...]

    2. I found this book completely by chance at my cottage years ago. I loved the cover art, which made me purchase it (that, and it was only $2!)This is apparently an early work of Sarah Ash, though I haven't read anything else of hers, so I have nothing to base the writing style on. As far as I'm concerned, it's very well written. Very heavy in that luxurious sort of way, which works very well for the setting of the book. I found myself being incredibly interested in the characters and what happened [...]

    3. [3 and 1/2 stars]This is an early Sarah Ash book and it shows, as it's quite immature compared to her later work - here we have too many well-used fantasy tropes, at times overly-lush prose, and fairly simple characterisation. However, all the seeds for her later writing are there: there's some haunting imagery, the setting is intriguing, and she refuses to allow her characters' paths to run too smoothly. Plus, the cover is rather gorgeous :-).

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