Title: The Hawkweed Legacy
Author: Irena Brignull
Series: The Hawkweed Prophecy #2
Publisher: Weinstein Books
Publication Date: August 15, 2017
Source: Publisher/Irish Banana Blog Tours
Today the book I have to talk to you about is The Hawkweed Legacy by Irena Brignull. It is the second book in the The Hawkweed Prophecy series.
This review will contain some spoilers for book one. If you have not read book one, you may not want to proceed with reading my review. Consider yourself warned.
This book has a myriad of characters but the one that sticks out the most is Poppy. We learned in the previous book that Poppy grew up as a chaff (a normal human) when she is not one. She is, in fact, a witch. Now, in this book Poppy has left the clan and is trying to figure out her life.
The other characters from book 1 also reappear in book 2, along with some new faces. We have Ember, who having grown up as a witch, is now in the chaff world. She is trying to navigate it the best that she can. And there is definitely more Leo. Love sick Leo.
I have to say that the love triangle thing, like with the first book, still got on my nerves a little bit. Maybe it is because I read the first book so close to the 2nd (I don't usually read series books so close together) that I am actually still stuck on my issues with that from the first one and it is just a carry over effect. But there were too many bits of it that irked me.
However, aside from the triangle, I enjoyed the story. Once again Irena Brignull writes wonderfully descriptive passages that just pull you into the story. While reading, I just could not help but imagine the world and feel as though I was there along side them.
Beautiful, descriptive, and an enthralling read. I definitely recommend it.
This review is based on a copy provided by the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review. All thoughts and opinions are mine and mine alone.
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