The Unfairfolk Review

Synopsis

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 anything.

It’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 cursed.

It’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 all.

She’s always handled it all. Because she’s Lilith-fucking-Pierce.

And the forest knows that best of all.


Thoughts

First off THANK YOU to the author for adding in the content warning at the beginning of the book. I was ready for what was in the book and as it didnt surprise me I found I enjoyed it more.
The book itself is probably my favorite by this author. It has everything from darkness to light and a main character that I could really get behind. Why? Because they had actual growth during the story and not just a helpless character.
Add in the snark and hilarious map at the beginning and I was in love with this book.
If you want a broody boy, a headstrong girl, and a bit of magic then this is for you!


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