Kid reviews for The Wrath & the Dawn, Book 1

Common Sense says

Hint of magic in absorbing 1,001 Nights-themed love story.
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Parents say

age 13+
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Kids say

age 12+
Based on 2 reviews
Teen, 13 years old Written byFantasy teen January 23, 2019

Over reacting in the violence category

The violence is barely there, description of violence is vague, some bad words, very good. Nobody Cares about the drinking!12-year-olds can handle it. Love the strong female character.

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Teen, 14 years old Written byaduantas August 29, 2017


I believe I heard somewhere that this was this author's first book. If that is so, I am thoroughly impressed. I was worried that I wouldn't find a good book to read soon. I was mainly looking for the entertainment factor that many miss out on because they rely too heavily on plot. In a good book, I think execution is key, and the pace and characters had drawn me in by the first chapter. I believe this is definelty worth a read if you want good world building, romance that defeats the thirst of vengeance and likeable characters that don't always make stupid choices. Give it a chance! I'm sure it'll surprise you.