This was a great addition to the Villain series that gave us a deeper insight into the history of madness from the three odd sisters whom the entire series seems to revolve around. I don’t want to give too many spoilers because there were definitely some “aha!” moments when reading their history and making. Circe continues to be a great character that drives the series and is the heart and soul of it. She is the best of the odd sisters and continues to undo all their evil doings as she’s done throughout the series. I’m glad this book was positioned where it was in the series, at six instead of being the first one to introduce the odd sisters, because my interest in them was piqued by this point and this book satisfied my curiosity for them. I highly recommend the series and this addition to it. Serena Valentino is a great writer who has found a wonderful balance between fairy tale telling for all ages. It never feels like I’m reading a kids book but there really isn’t much in there that an almost teen or teen couldn’t read either. I love it!
My favorite edition to this series was all the sketches at the beginning of every chapter. They really added something to the story for me. The odd sisters were not really what I was picturing them as this entire time. I pictured them more as the Queen of Hearts from the live action Alice in Wonderland than what the sketches depicted them as.
I highly recommend this series. You can follow me on Goodreads and Bookbub to stay up to date on all my book reviews.
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