Review: Vowed

Written by Tim - 5.0

"Vowed" continues the story that started in "Banished" a few months earlier, featuring Kit Blackhart. With almost 500 pages - about 100 more than the first book - a lot happens in this novel and everything is just as magical as what happened before. The only teeny tiny negative remark I can think of, is that De Jager sometimes ends and starts her chapters at annoying points in the story, like in the middle of a conversation. To me, that works a bit confusing at times.
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About the Book :: Vowed

Liz de Jager Release date: October 2014
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasy, young adult

The Blackhart Code:
Don't let the monsters grind you down

A Blackhart can see the supernatural behind everyday crimes. But some crimes hide even greater evils...

Kit Blackhart must investigate why children are disappearing from a London estate. However, their parents, police and fae allies claim to know nothing. And as yet more children disappear, the pressure mounts. Luckily, or unluckily, government trainee Dante Alexander is helping Kit with ... (more)

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