The Sea Thy Mistress by Elizabeth Bear

The Sea Thy Mistress (The Edda of Burdens)The Sea Thy Mistress by Elizabeth Bear

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This book is part of a series, I believe it is the third book in this series. This is part of the reason why I felt a bit lost when reading this book. The author uses a language that she doesn’t really explain, just expecting you to know it from a previous book, but I did manage to wrap my brain around it after reading a few chapters. There were concepts that the author didn’t delve into until later on in the book, leaving you wondering what the heck she was trying to tell you.

The overall story was good though; the fate of a world landing into the hands of gods and angels, those angels having all too human weaknesses because they were once human. And anthropomorphic animals. I would have liked to know a little bit more about the world these characters lived in, as I felt I knew the characters by the end, but their world was still a bit confusing.

I liked it, it was okay, it’s not a favorite though.

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