A book review of The Girl who fell for Lit Club
I haven’t read much fantasy at all. So I wasn’t sure what The girl who fell would be like. I really liked Chess Ravens voice I think it could fit into a YA modern contemory novel. I thought the theme of morality, humans being moral and fae being immoral was quite interesting and thought provoking. And I wondered if fae where really immoral or just brought up that way thinking it was the way of there kind?. And if maby they had morality in them but it had always been hidden?.I rember reading apart in
the book When Chess was thinking about some of Jules actions and wondering if they where really inmoral. Also some of Toms actions seemed moral as well and when Chess saw guilt in Gladys eyes in the butterfly house Chess was surprised to see guilt in a fairy. I think Chess awakened moral in some of the characters ?. I enjoyed the descriptions of the senery and the art. I fet It had a bit to much action sometimes so much that it felt like there wasen’t enough grip. And I didn’t have an amazed feeling when I finished the book like I usaully do.But overall I quite liked it. It was a good read with intresting concepts and meaning.