- The Vow That Twisted Fate
- Katherine D. Graham
- October 29, 2021
- Talon David
It took me a couple of tries to get into this story. After about 2 hours of not being able to follow along, I gave up for a … week or two? No idea, I don’t remember. I came back to it a day or two ago. (I have no sense of time). It wasn’t long before I found myself hanging onto every word. It’s full of elements I absolutely adore such as time travel, parallel dimensions, reincarnation. I want to be clear this isn’t a time travel story, it’s difficult to elaborate without spoilers.
It’s a pretty slow burn, it takes a while for the plot to get where it’s going. It’s a cozy fantasy which that makes a great story to relax to if you’re listening to it as I did. The story revolves around a hundreds of years old conflict which makes for perfect prequel material. I love fantasy and I just desperately want to know more about these characters. I have a physical copy as well and I can’t wait to re-read it and take my time to just absorb everything about this universe.
The narrator is incredible, she has a beautiful singing voice. There was one instance of repeated dialogue in the audiobook, but other than that, the audio was perfect. There were instances of sound effects, but they were few and far between so they seem out of place, but I appreciated them regardless.
Unfortunately, I can’t say what I want to say about this book. I try to avoid spoilers in my reviews but this is just one of those books I wish I could talk about all of the plot points, twists and reveals that I love.
NOTE: This copy was provided to me free of charge as a digital review copy. The opinions stated in this review are mine and mine alone, I was not paid or requested to give this book a certain rating, suggestion, or approval.