to @kim2legit2quit on the release of from @wednesdaybooks! 📕👩🏻✨🌳 .
Thank you to @leah.decesare for the copy won in a giveaway; I loved it! .
Imagine being only 16 years old when you are sent away for a “Grace Year” to live with other females of the same age while ridding yourself of your female wiles, or “magic.” Well, that’s exactly what happens to Tierney and her fellow classmates in this YA dystopian novel. The girls are pitted against one another in this ultimate test of survival, but can Tierney somehow inspire them to see that their “magic” would be much stronger if they work together? “Anything can happen here, and no one will tell the tale.” It’s been quite awhile since I’ve read a dystopian novel, and this one did not disappoint! It was quite the page turner, and even though it was bleak, sad, harsh, and distressing … it was also sweet, romantic, and hopeful. I loved the meaning of flowers sprinkled throughout the story because it reminded me of one of my favorite books ever, (5 stars) by Lastly, if you love books about GIRL POWER as much as I do, then be sure to read this haunting, compelling, and powerful story! “That’s the problem with letting the light in–after it’s been taken away from you, it feels even darker than it was before.”