Daughter of Smoke and Bone - Laini Taylor Reviews
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by - written on 28/02/12 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Karou lives a double life. On the one hand she is a seventeen year old art student in Prague, only concerned about fending off her ex-boyfriend. On the other, she runs errands for Brimstone, a decidedly non-human being who raised her. Then one day, she meets an angel... This is the premise of Laini Taylor's Daughter of Smoke and Bone. It does get a lot more complex than that, but this is an adequate summary for the purpose of this review. From the outside, Daughter of Smoke and Bone is an attractive book. Of course we shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but lets face it, we all do to an extent - the attractive hardback edition of Daughter of ... Read the complete review
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