Happy April all!
How did March treat ya? Have you managed to get into some sort of routine? My days are mainly spent reading (or trying to – thank goodness for audio books!), eating, cooking/baking, more eating and watching Marvel movies (thank goodness for Disney+ free trial!).
Today I’m reviewing Havenfall by Sara Holland, her new YA book which was published early last month (3rd March).
Summers at Havenfall’s famous Inn are Maddie Marrow’s only solace from her dysfunctional existence. But the Inn is much more than a hotel, and life in Havenfall isn’t without its secrets. Beneath the beautiful, sprawling manor in Colorado lie hidden gateways to other worlds, some long-sealed by ancient magic.
When a body is found on the grounds, the volatile peace brokered between these worlds is irrevocably compromised. What’s worse is that Maddie’s friend Brekken stands accused of the murder. With everything she loves at stake, Maddie must confront shocking truths about the dangers lurking beneath Havenfall – and discover who she really is.
I so enjoyed this and can’t wait to read more! What a fab start to a new world, I can’t wait to explore Havenfall!
Star Rating – 3.5 Stars
This just has to be the start of a new series, it ends on such a cliffhanger! Originally I read an extract for this and thoroughly enjoyed it, with the introduction to new worlds and hidden doors, before finding out that I had the entire book to read – I was pretty stoked!
The UK cover is also pretty fab! And it’s definitely the first thing that caught my attention, not gonna lie.
The book is filled with mystery, action, magic and a little bit of mayhem – I mean, I guess that’s what happens when you bring a bunch of different people together in a crowded Inn for talks of peace between worlds.
As mentioned above, there’s a bit of a cliffhanger, which leads me to believe that they’ll be more from Havenfall and hopefully soon!
As always, let me know in the comments below if you’ve read the book and what you thought of it. And if you haven’t, will you be adding it to your TBR pile?