Burning Night was a unique story, I really enjoyed a lot of the moments you can’t explain, the events people won’t believe. There were mystical forces at play, more along the lines of spiritual happenings. That part was crazy interesting. I felt like Collie had courage to leave her husband and push forward on this adventure. I did have a bit of trouble connecting with the characters and they all had actions I didn’t totally agree with or understand. Not sure if that is just more realistic, but even Collie, I wanted to shake sometimes. She’s been through a lot in her life, though. All in all, it was an interesting story.
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