Published: December 12th 2018
Publisher: Allison Rose Creations
Length: 198 pages
My Rating: 2.5 stars
Outcasts of Faerie have lived unseen and secluded from humans. Until now.
When a strange dark magic threatens the human world, sixteen-year-old Nola seeks the help of Kelty, an outcast faerie she discovered with her rare magic sight, to help her stop it.
Reluctant and wary, Kelty must choose between turning her back on the helpless humans or sacrificing her chance to return to Faerie, which is only possible if she remains untainted by human contact.
The outcast responsible for Kelty’s banishment is playing his own dangerous game. He might be the answer to defeating the dark magic. He also might destroy them both.
Will the truth be discovered before the dark magic is unleashed upon the human world?
For fans of dark YA fantasy, complicated romance, and breathtaking magic, The Nameless is a tale unlike any other.
My rating is a reflection on my personal enjoyment of the book. It is well written with excellent pacing, and I feel it would appeal to a younger reader. I didn’t connect to the characters, it felt like there was limited character development. It read like the author was following a set template for young adult fantasy. The story felt like many others I read before. There was nothing new.
I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
*Blurb and cover image via Goodreads.