Monday, 1 December 2014

Bloodstains, Bruises and Butterflies by Rain Julia

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This book is difficult to review, simply because there was so much going on in the plot, and it has a giant cast of characters. With that said, it is also brilliantly and intricately woven together.

The story is set in both Australia and Russia. In Australia, something happens, and we have so many births take place. These births are unique, bearing unique children, while in Russia we follow the goings on of  one unique child. They begin as two separate story lines, that eventually merge, bringing chaos, action and intrigue. It leaves you on a cliffhanger, with you wanting more. Needing more. 

This story is filled with detail, and information. As I said in the beginning, it is brilliantly written. I was intrigued by the layout of the cast, and the whole story. It's a one of a kind book that I'd highly recommend to anyone that likes an action/adventure packed story to keep them going. 


(ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.)

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