With Lorelei being a bounty hunter and Aiden having a huge chunk of his memory missing, it was very easy to get invested in this story. I can’t think of another one I’ve read where one of the characters was a phoenix so it was nice to get a little bit of variety in a genre that is pretty repetitive at times. The fact that when Aiden is reborn he loses his past memories was a very interesting concept to me and I immediately started thinking about how one would combat such a situation and what instances you could come up against that would put that in jeopardy. It reminded me a bit of one of my favorite books where every twelve years, everyone forgets everything. They write in books but books are easily destroyed with fire so that wouldn’t really be a good option for Aiden. As I’ve said before, I love any book that really gets me thinking so I’m sure I will read this one again and again.
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