May 23, 2018

#BookReview of A Wild and Unremarkable Thing by @jen_castleberry

A Wild and Unremarkable Thing


About the Book: Cayda has spent her entire life training to slay a Fire Scale. Now the time has come to leave her dragon-ravaged village behind, march into the Summer Alps, and reap the rewards of a Champion. But the road between poverty and prosperity is rife with beasts, betrayals, and baser temptations. Sensible Cayda soon discovers she’s not the only Champion with her eye on the prize, or the only one wearing a disguise.


A Wild and Unremarkable Thing pits girl against dragon in a stunning blend of Greek mythology and medieval lore. Don’t miss the thrilling novella that readers are calling poetic, enchanting, and a must-read for fans of fantasy!











Reviewed By: Rachael
Publisher: The Parliament House
Recommended Age: Teen
Genre: Fantasy, 
Overall rating: ★★★★
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About the Author: Jen Castleberry resides in Virginia Beach with her husband and pets. Her background is in Communications and Animal Welfare. All of her pets are named after superheroes!

Check out author's other books? Cargo (The Reservation Trilogy, #1) 
Recommend this book? Yes!

Notes and Opinions: So to start off, this book has multiple POVs. Now yall know I really don't like those types of books but oh my goodness did this do such a great job at it. I loved all the characters. Each one was so different from the others. You just couldn't help but fall in love with them. But honestly, the prince has to be favorite. He's hilarious and sometimes a bit ridiculous. Jen's writing is almost poetic. It's beautiful and draws you into the story. The only fault I found in the book was that it was way too short!
 









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