Sunday, March 9, 2014

Review: Sin

Sin by Sharron Riddle

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This book was a sort of mix of zombie/fairy/witch love triangle book. Totally not what I expected, but interesting nonetheless.

Sin is an angsty teen who has been through a lot in her short number of years. After killing a man in self defense, she is on her way to a psych ward when her mother derails their journey and throws her on a plane. She's headed to a group of druid priestesses to train and learn how to defend their world. Admittedly, Sin is a little skeptical, but anything is better than the nut house. Lucky for her, this ends up throwing her into a war against zombies, a traitor in their midst, and into a hottie love triangle. She's got gifts she didn't even know about and a lot of weight on her shoulders, but she seems to manage okay.

A lot of this book involved Sin fighting against her love triangle and generally being angsty. This was a bit of a set up book for what's to come, no doubt. There was a lot of action and gore, but it didn't really take away from the heart of the story at all. No real cliffhanger, but there will be a lot of work that has to be done in the next book.

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