Seven Strengths: A Tale from Turaset (The Industrial Age) by P.L. Tavormina – Review by Carrie Reed

Seven Strengths: A Tale from TurasetSeven Strengths: A Tale from Turaset by P.L. Tavormina
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5 stars!!

Wow! What a wild world, Turaset. I was so invested in Celeste’s life and world. It’s the same old thing we hear all the time, the grass is not always greener on the other side. I can understand Celeste feeling suffocated living in the countryside, she dreams of more, and I was pleased to see her get the opportunity to live in the city. It was exciting to see her find her way, meet Enzo, form a friendship with Nora and gain the knowledge she always wanted to bring back to her home. Enzo, he’s a mess, I had my fingers crossed constantly that Celeste would stop being naive and get rid of him. In the end I think she made a good decision on what she wanted to do with her life and how she wanted to be and I really hope we get to see more of Nora and Celeste and her family. This world, the things that happen and the creatures all make for an interesting read, I highly recommend!

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