Blind Magic (The Sanctuary Chronicles #2) by India Kells – Review by Sarah Oakes

Blind Magic (The Sanctuary Chronicles #2)Blind Magic by India Kells
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A great read about independence. Sera is a witch who has recently lost her sight. But her blindness holds more secrets than she knows and brings danger into her life. Dreading the consequences, Sera wants to run but her friends want to help. Will she stay and put them in danger, or risk the consequences alone?
A great read. Well developed plot with twists and turns that I just couldn’t put down. Well developed characters like Ian trying to move on from pain and protect people or Sera trying to carry on despite it all. The depiction of blindness and it’s struggles was beautifully done and emotive and powerful and I loved the colourful auras vivid and bright to help her see which was a lovely touch. I also loved the use of the senses throughout with smell and touch and taste and hot and cold as if you were actually there.
Great cast of supporting characters like Finn and Violet with humour the book needed or Hunter as the calm source of reason.
I loved the fantasy nature of the novel with its shifters and witches mixed with realism of coffee shops and libraries which made for a captivating read. The use of magic was spellbinding each time with different powers alongside fast paced action and high stakes for a brilliant read.
Overall, a brilliant read and I would give it five stars.

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