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I haven’t read Kerrelyn Sparks yet, so I was looking forward to giving How to Tame a Beast in Seven Days a shot. Unfortunately, I was a bit underwhelmed. I found the book irritating at times, and the political structure made no sense. And the Mad, Evil King – he was such a non-issue it was disappointing. While he got his just rewards, it happened off-page, and justice was doled out by a secondary character. Disappointing!
Luciana is an orphan who lives on the Isle of Moon. She and her fellow foundlings live a comfortable life in the convent. The nuns earn money translating and selling books, which they are famous for, but Luciana and the other girls seem to have an idyllic life puttering around the beaches and playing fortune-telling games. When a stranger appears, accompanied by a coffin, Luciana’s recent fortune-telling seems about to come true.Read more