Running from Demons by M. K. Theodoratus
Not knowing what you are and having no place to belong to is so scary. I felt bad for Pillar through this whole book. It sucks that people are judged by their appearance. This story was very interesting and different. I would’ve liked to know more about what Pillar is and the way that the magic works. The story was long and it was a good read. I am looking forward to reading the next book by this author. I liked that Pillar had some kind of guiding voice inside her. The author does a really good job of creating the twist and turns that the story takes. This story also dives into how inconsiderate and mean people can be. Pillar seemed to be a soft, quiet and fragile young girl. You kind of see her come into her own. But I definitely see room for growth. At some moments she reminded me of myself. When I need to be I can be present and dominate but all other times I keep to myself and just keep it moving. The demon aspect of the story was crazy. I couldn’t figure out if the demon Lord was a man or a woman because they kept saying my Lord lol. Overall I really liked how different this story was. It gave me a few laughs and I also got to dive into a new world.
Reviewed by @gguerrero89