Wormwood – D.H Nevins – Review (repost!)

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I reviewed Wormwood on this exact date last year and I wanted to share it here again! I’ve recently re-read Wormwood (because I just had the urge!) and I’ve updated my rating accordingly! Danielle is one of the very first authors to have approached me for a review and she’s one of the kindest, most generous and supportive people who I’ve had the pleasure to interact with and I’d class her as more of a friend than anything! I love this book series and I really hope you will give it a chance to blow your mind, like I did ❤ 

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Against a devastated landscape, a legion of one hundred fierce half-angels is hell-bent on purging the Earth of all humans. But one of them, the tormented Tiamat, struggles against his mission, and when he rescues a beautiful woman name Kali, he finds the attraction as troubling as it is dangerous. Can Kali trust the one creature who could be responsible for her ultimate demise?

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Angels, demons, destruction. The choice between your duty and forbidden love?

My Thoughts

I always have trouble knowing where to begin with reviews. Someone once told me to write from the heart. So what do I write when my heart has taken such a beating? God it hurts so much! I didn’t anticipate such a painful experience with Wormwood (the good kind).

I was definitely wary of the book before I went in, the description is pretty vague so you really don’t know what to expect. I have to admit I was a little confused to start with, you really get thrown in at the deep end and it was a lot of imagery to lure you in. Danielle did a brilliant job of building the world around you and really sucked me in, like literal vacuum sucking folks!

Kali was like a kindred spirit for me. She loves nothing more than scouting out her environment and is completely at ease with nature. She is unbelievably strong and has to take a whole lot of sh*t throughout the book, but not once does she curl up into a ball and crumble and I mean I wouldn’t blame her if she did! She fights for what she believes is right and true and is honest with her feelings.

I didn’t warm up to Tiamat quite as easy. He was a little strange from the start and I knew something was off with him from their first encounter. He is such a pain in the proverbial rear throughout the entire book, going to extreme lengths to rub Kali up the wrong way! I seriously HATED him at one point, the point that had me crying – you’ll get it if you read it – like why do that? Why?! He does redeem himself ultimately and everything comes to the surface – I love him now.

I was totally caught off guard so many times, I didn’t know what was real and it completely messed me up for several hours – the back of my phone is still recovering from me flinging it across the room (thanks Danielle)! The author superbly twisted the story for me and I understand that some scenes could possibly upset some people, but they are a necessary evil.

I couldn’t possibly describe in entirety the amount of love that I have for Wormwood and Danielle! I communicated with her numerous times and she is honestly the coolest warmest person, who genuinely wants feedback for her book.

I’m so sad that the sequel is a while off! I NEED it now – can we work on that please Danielle?!NEW Pastel Line Breaker

I want to thank Danielle for sending the book my way in return for an honest review! (you are awesome 😉

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8 thoughts on “Wormwood – D.H Nevins – Review (repost!)”

  1. Okay, so I’m totally loving how the girl on the cover of the book is carrying a crossbow. How BA is that?? It seems to fit with how you described Kali! And this book sounds soooooo interesting! I love books with great world-building and strong MCs. Thanks for a great review 🙂

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