Monday, December 6, 2010
Finn doesn't belong in prison, at least he thinks he doesn't. The prison lives. The warden's daughter is unaware of life within, she knows a world of stiff gowns and an unhappy future, to be married of to someone she hates.
This novel is written in a clipped dark voice that adds tension to every page. My daughter, its target audience, is obsessively in adoration of this wild world. This is her new favorite author and she can't say enough to praise this book. If you want a fun read full of intrigue and hair raising, thought provoking characters, this book is for you. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for different. There are no cookie cutter characters here and enough questions and crazy twists to keep you turning the pages. I also can't wait to pick up Corbinic, another book from this fine author, which is, of course, a grail story told in a modern setting.
On a scale of 1 - 10 buys....I set this book at 8.5 ********%