The Reckless Oath We Made, Bryn Greenwood
This is one of those books that grabs you from page one. The writing is flawless. The story is engaging, challenging and unique.
Every single character is worthy of an entire book, but I adored Gentry. Normally multiple POVs can sometimes bog down a storyline, but not this one. The transitions are seamless, and each perspective provides further insight to Zee and Gentry, the main characters.
Zee is flawed. She’s selfish. She’s has a knack for finding trouble. Gentry heard voices and speaks in Middle English verse. Yet somehow, they are exactly what each of them needs.
In summation, read this book. Read it slow and devour the prose and lose yourself in the story.