Muse of Nightmares
by Laini Taylor
Laini Taylor’s style is addictive; she builds her world with finesse and love and dazzling colour. Her characters are warm, menacing, complex, dangerous, beautiful and capable of wonderful – or terrible – things.
She floated in the air before them, eyes glowing red, flames blooming in herhands, wearing mesarthium armor and wielding lightning like spears, and the godspawn and humans were humbled and appalled.
Muse of Nightmares, Laini Taylor, p336
Muse of Nightmares is the sequel to Strange the Dreamer, which I read last year and neglected to review. Sometimes it’s difficult to think critically about a book you’ve just read, because you feel bereft when it’s suddenly over. That’s how I felt when I finished Strange the Dreamer a year ago, and how I felt last night, when I closed the cover of Muse of Nightmares. Bereft…
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