Theodosia and the Sepents of Chaos, by R. L. Lafevers

Friday, May 23, 2008



isbn: 978-0618756384

This book is a bit odd. I loved the story. It was very political and spooky. The writing was fine, with the descriptions of curses and objects being just the right length. The pace, on the other hand, was out the window, with zero decent introduction to Theo's powers. There is also a serious lack of details sometimes, like who this secret society is and how does Theo change from a decurser to a curser within 300 pages... A better title would have been Theo and the Heart of Egypt, which would have not ruined the major punch in the story. There is a second one lined up. I dunno if I will read it. The story was really good, though. Arg.

1 comments:

Sophie T said...

This is the perfect review, since it allows me to shuffle this one down my "To Read" list and sample some other things instead. I'll probably pick it up sometime, but now it needn't compete with more pressing matters of gods and men...