Misfortune of Song: Druid’s Brooch Series: #5 by Christy Nicholas
I dislike parents that don’t know when to let their children go. To let them live and make their own mistakes. Tell them about the dangers in the world but let them choose the path. This story was really long winded. I say that because it took a lot of words to get the point and message across. Orlagh was a brat. I can’t believe she was “in love” after so little time. Then to do what she did to her grandfather! OMG! She made my brain hurt. But I do give her props for sticking to her faith that it was love and that she finding herself. It’s hard to put yourself into the mind of any person in the time that this book was set. To think that you only have so many choices of what you can do or become. Overall I enjoyed the magical and mystical parts of this story the most. I’ve always felt that there is more around us than we can see.
Review by @gguerrero89