Saturday, February 15, 2014

Holy the Dark

Posted by A Drop of Romeo at 3:00 PM
Holy the Dark by lookingwest
Achitophel was once a shaper poet before a war between his people and witches drove him to desertion. Trapped in an urban sprawl with a human woman and the prince of witches, he's never felt so homesick. Worst of all, the prince has been turned vampire. Chances of fleeing the city alive are dwindling. 
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Melissa Thinks: The thing about Holy the Dark that is so weirdly genius is how the point of view switches; each chapter alternates between five characters. It sounds like a lot to handle, and at first I was unsure on whether I could carry on, but the thing about HtD is that the characters - although written with the same idyllic haunting of a voice - all have different roles in the story; different perspectives and attributes that the author defines for you.

The setting, dialogue, and the plot points are all very chilling, like nothing I've ever read in a supernatural story before. I appreciate how in-depth the characters are, even though it means less action. Although sometimes the writing can be vague and confusing, which is my only criticism for the story in whole.

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