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A promise made is a promise kept until the very end of all death Sixteen year old Lilith Pierce’s mom is getting remarried Which sucks To one of the richest men in Europe Which honestly? Sucks a little less Lilith’s warily stoked after Dad disappeared it’s been all tears and police visits and sleeping pills for Mom So yeah She’ll suck it up for seven months and get shipped off to the ultra luxe ultra selective Institut Le Silvere a prestigious boarding school in the Swiss Alps while they honeymoon How hard can it really be? It’s not like she’s got maybe permanent hypervigilance or anythingIt’s not like the woods around the school are maybe alive It’s not like she’s being stalked by a man with glowing red eyes It’s not like the neighboring village whispers that all the students are cursedIt’s not like resident model Ciel Lautrec is the most beautiful boy she’s ever seen or anything Too beautiful to be human So beautiful the hypervigilance shuts right up It’s not like she can’t handle Silvere’s self appointed self conceited lawkeeper slash bully Alistair Strickland Because she can She can handle it allShe’s always handled it all Because she’s Lilith fucking PierceAnd the forest knows that best of all


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    You can find this review of The Unfairfolk on my blog Heart's ContentReceived an Advanced Reader’s Copy from the author in exchange for an honest review So a big shout out and thank you to Sara Wolf for this opportunity I think this is always something that I have to come to terms with when I read Sara Wolf's work I can't ever be prepared for them I can never guess anything and in this book The Unfairfolk there just is absolutely nothing I understood could guess or even sometimes come to terms with as they were happening The characters I think Sara Wolf does this thing where she fleshes out characters really well then weaves layers around them and then sticks to their personality at the same time that she unravels these layers For example Lilith is mildly flighty cracks inappropriate jokes during awkward situations making them worse and uses the word 'like' a lot All of this remains true to her until the very end and I mean even in scary ass situations where anyone normal will lose their head even as the reason behind her behaviour slowly starts to reveal itself I do wish we got to see a lot of her past but at the same time you don't feel that lack of it because a lot of subtle understanding that happens on the reader's part just from the small peeks we are given But you may be frustrated wanting to know Alistair Ciel Ana and Bianca too follow this pattern They're all characterised by a few small things before it unravels and there are some much deeper perhaps moving or even disturbing reasons behind it The little note that Sara left in the end made so much sense to me because I had picked up the general pattern throughout the book and even if as she said this book was just for her this book reflected a lot of our own realities in its own way The plot and pace The Unfairfolk is my third book of Sara's so by this point I know that her books start off slow until about twenty percent Once you hit it the book starts to pull you in and keep you going The pace doesn't quicken exactly but the story starts to form and get you interested in it My slump melted away and I was reading you guys Reading as if I weren't even in a slump wipes lone tear away The plot like the other two Sara Wolf books I've read were fantastically unique The world Sara has created is utterly unseen before despite possibly already having heard of these fantastical creatures The benefits of creating your own version of something is that you can keep the reader poised at the edge of doubt at all times Also I have to say this was probably one of the first books where I was genuinely freaked the hell out as a scene took place and I finally got it when my cousin keeps telling me how books too can scare the shizz out of a living being The emotions This is something I mentioned in passing and I want to stress a bit on it Sara has in her own subtle way used this book as than just a way to tell a story It's her way of speaking about experience pain misplaced priorities struggles of the young despite social status etc The protagonist is young she's hurting and she doesn't always know what to do or even do the right thing I personally went through some ups and downs pertaining to her taking a certain responsibility and burden of her past and allowing that to make her feel like she owed her mother somethings It broke my heart because while I utterly understand how the mind works her situation was very different and that concept that she couldn't tell her mother any of this? Yeah heart broken sounds about right for what I felt Be prepared for imperfections I don't want to reveal anything about this book Go in blind find your own things to care about be upset about relate to and lovequestion Definitely recommend this book Despite the possible reality that nothing has been revealed I feel like everything we need to know is already there in this book the puzzle just hasn't come together yet so also be prepared for that too Four and a half stars KU users this book is yours for the takingHappy reading and I hope you'll are all safe and remain so