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by Adrienne Young
Released: September 1, 2020
Series: Fable #1
Published by Wednesday Books
“I loved Fable for what she represents. She is the epitome of “I am woman, hear me roar!”. ~ Under the Covers
Abandoned by her father after her mother drowned, Fable had to fend for herself in an island full of traders. In a quest to get off this island to find her father, she’ll have to survive the dangers of the trade.
After seeing the cover of this book, I could not resist but give it a go. The author or pub did a great job picking this cover. It said it all and represented Fable to the core. You can see right through her hardships but her eyes show determination and fierceness to survive. I loved Fable for what she represents. She is the epitome of “I am woman, hear me roar!”.
As for the story as a whole, yes, it was just as captivating as Fable herself. I was excited and intrigued the whole time, though some scenes were predictable. I enjoyed the pirate life story Young created. The backdrop descriptions made me feel as if I was there. This is my first Adrienne Young novel and it will not be my last. She’s made a follower out of me.
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