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librosydragones
10 mayo 2018
“In the middle of all this, as Sean slips out of his jacket, he looks over his shoulder at me and he smiles at me, just a glancing, faint thing before he turns back to Tommy. I'm quite happy for that smile, because Dad told me once you should be grateful for the gifts that are the rarest.”

Opinion: Many people told me to be prepared for a disappointing story. But what I found was what I expected from Maggie, great characters, a deeply emotive, very beautiful background story for both the main characters, and an intriguing, entrancing and magical setting.

As you might already know, I read, and loved, The Raven Cycle series by the same author. Maggie's writing is very similar in both works, even though​ the plot and the characters are nothing alike. But both are slow-paced, centered in family bonds and friendship, deal with some social prejudices, and have just a tiny bit of love in the right places.

This isn't exactly a fantasy novel, or at least not a classic one, even though the island has its magic. It's a character driven story, and despite having a mythical​ creature in it, the author gave more importance to the relationship between horses and humans, the bond that binds Sean to Corr and Puck to Dove.

So, was it perfect? Probably not. But I loved it anyway 🐎💙
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