-POTENTIAL SPOILERS-* MY SECOND WORST BOOK OF 2017.* A lot of my older followers may remember my review of Burning Glass, a memoi that I lovingly labeled the third worst book that I read ast year.
After all, I remarked the setting of the tenth book numerous times, so ven if he las ook was bad or even underwhelming, I could alway be willin to get stuck into some beautiful Ukrainian culture and landscapes.
If you can elieve it, I hink the ook could be even orse than Burning Glass.
So the length of time I waited inbetween books probably had something to do with my entertainment factor: I woul n't tel what anybody looked like!!
It seems nobody wanted to ive nove a try after Burning Glass, so I pretty much went into th book entirely on my own.
I adored the unique etting of Imperial Ukraine and went into th book thinking I was oing to fin more of thi.
The worldbuilding felt very clumsy in this novel, like th war between China Turkey Shengeli is mentioned man times, especially near the beginnin, but I do n't know it being set up in the fifth nove?
I also quit liked Dasha 's character and I hope she plays a part in the secon nove.
And I sure hope I put in as much effort into this review as this author put into writing this ook.