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In Cazadora, Romina Garber weaves together Argentine folklore and what it means to be illegal in a timely, intimate, and emotionally powerful narrative. Werewolves. Witches. Romance. Resistance. Enter a world straight out of Argentine folklore... Following the events of Lobizona, Manu and her friends cross the mystical border into Kerana--a cursed realm in Argentina--searchin In Cazadora, Romina Garber weaves together Argentine folklore and what it means to be illegal in a timely, intimate, and emotionally powerful narrative. Werewolves. Witches. Romance. Resistance. Enter a world straight out of Argentine folklore... Following the events of Lobizona, Manu and her friends cross the mystical border into Kerana--a cursed realm in Argentina--searching for allies and a hiding place. As they chase down leads about the Coven--a mythical resistance manada that might not even exist--the Cazadores chase down leads about Manu, setting up traps to capture and arrest her. Just as it seems the Cazadores have Manu and her friends cornered, the Coven answers their call for help. As Manu catches her breath among these non-conforming Septimus, she discovers they need a revolution as much as she does. But is she the right one to lead them? After all, hybrids aren't just outlawed. They're feared and reviled. What happens when the Coven learns of Manu's dual heritage? Will they still protect her? Or will they betray her? And after running this far, for this long--how much farther can Manu go before her feet get tired, and she stops to take a stand?


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In Cazadora, Romina Garber weaves together Argentine folklore and what it means to be illegal in a timely, intimate, and emotionally powerful narrative. Werewolves. Witches. Romance. Resistance. Enter a world straight out of Argentine folklore... Following the events of Lobizona, Manu and her friends cross the mystical border into Kerana--a cursed realm in Argentina--searchin In Cazadora, Romina Garber weaves together Argentine folklore and what it means to be illegal in a timely, intimate, and emotionally powerful narrative. Werewolves. Witches. Romance. Resistance. Enter a world straight out of Argentine folklore... Following the events of Lobizona, Manu and her friends cross the mystical border into Kerana--a cursed realm in Argentina--searching for allies and a hiding place. As they chase down leads about the Coven--a mythical resistance manada that might not even exist--the Cazadores chase down leads about Manu, setting up traps to capture and arrest her. Just as it seems the Cazadores have Manu and her friends cornered, the Coven answers their call for help. As Manu catches her breath among these non-conforming Septimus, she discovers they need a revolution as much as she does. But is she the right one to lead them? After all, hybrids aren't just outlawed. They're feared and reviled. What happens when the Coven learns of Manu's dual heritage? Will they still protect her? Or will they betray her? And after running this far, for this long--how much farther can Manu go before her feet get tired, and she stops to take a stand?

30 review for Cazadora

  1. 4 out of 5

    megs_bookrack

    **3.5-stars rounded up** Cazadora is the highly-anticipated sequel to Romina Garber's 2020-YA Fantasy release, Lobizona; both part of the Wolves of No World series. I say series, when in reality, I have no idea how many books are set to be released in this world. I'll tell you one thing though, after the stunning conclusion to this book, I know there's a heck of a lot more story to tell! Manuela Azul, Manu to her family and friends, knows what it is like to be different and to be judged for her dif **3.5-stars rounded up** Cazadora is the highly-anticipated sequel to Romina Garber's 2020-YA Fantasy release, Lobizona; both part of the Wolves of No World series. I say series, when in reality, I have no idea how many books are set to be released in this world. I'll tell you one thing though, after the stunning conclusion to this book, I know there's a heck of a lot more story to tell! Manuela Azul, Manu to her family and friends, knows what it is like to be different and to be judged for her differences. As an undocumented person living in Miami, Manu was constantly under stress of detection and persecution. Unfortunately, due to her hybrid nature, Manu is also judged and persecuted within the magical world of Argentinian folklore, a great part of her heritage, as well. Whereas the first book had quite a bit of the narrative set in our world, this volume focuses more on the magical world and Manu's place within it. As her new-found friend group supports and builds her up, they are simultaneously being hunted by the authorities. Manu's very existence challenges all the rules of their culture. She's a threat and they'll stop at nothing to capture her and take her out. Will Manu be able to evade them and keep those she loves safe? I really enjoyed my time reading Cazadora and overall, found it to be an improvement over the first book. The magical world, in particular, was built out so much more and I felt the stakes were truly raised for Manu. While the fantasy elements of this story aren't necessarily my favorite, where Garber truly excels is in capturing emotion. Manu's situation is extremely difficult and reading her working through it, oh man, I felt everything she was feeling. She is so tough, but everyone can feel vulnerable and defeated at times. This is an inspiring story. Manu gains strength when she realizes the causes she is fighting for are so much larger than herself. Garber did a fantastic job of weaving real-world issues into this otherwise fantastical tale; which is true of the first book as well. Stories like this are so important. I feel like Readers, who may have previously struggled to find themselves within the stories they are reading, can find themselves here and that's a special thing. I would love to see more in this world, with this phenomenal group of characters. The further I go along, the more attached I am getting to them all! Thank you so very much to the publisher, Wednesday Books, for providing me with a copy of the audiobook to read and review. Romina Garber is a star and I know she is going to continue to grow with everything she writes. I am certainly willing to go along for the ride!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bethany

    Blending Argentine mythology with searing commentary on sexism, homophobia, colorism, and anti-immigrant sentiment, this fantasy series is definitely one worth reading. I've had a string of disappointments for second books in YA series recently, so I'm very pleased to say that Cazadora was just as good as I hoped it would be. I loved being back in this lush, imaginative world with great characters. I find this series to be so immersive, weaving a backdrop that feels almost real and makes me wish Blending Argentine mythology with searing commentary on sexism, homophobia, colorism, and anti-immigrant sentiment, this fantasy series is definitely one worth reading. I've had a string of disappointments for second books in YA series recently, so I'm very pleased to say that Cazadora was just as good as I hoped it would be. I loved being back in this lush, imaginative world with great characters. I find this series to be so immersive, weaving a backdrop that feels almost real and makes me wish I could join this world of brujas, lobizones, romance, and magic. I don't want to spoil anything, but this was a twisty adventure that introduced new, intriguing parts of the world in a story fraught with danger, yet grounded in friendship, found family, and love of all kinds. Also there's a romance that heats up, offering a sex-positive approach to a healthy relationship. This was fantastic and I can't wait for the third installment in the series! People are sleeping on these books. The audio narration is very good, though I was glad I had the ebook to read along, especially given the amount of Spanish used in the text. I received an advance audio and digital copy of this book for review via NetGalley. All opinions are my own.

  3. 5 out of 5

    h o l l i s

    Did I think this was a duology? Yes. Am I disappointed? A bit. Because even though my feelings about this instalment were kind of lukewarm, the ending hooked me. I kind of expect to be in the same spot again with book three, where I end this review thinking the next book might inspire some love and probably being a little let down again.. but oh well, we're going to do it anyway. Bruja. Lobizón. There's no accompanying symbol, but there's no need. The gendered language makes it clear which one is Did I think this was a duology? Yes. Am I disappointed? A bit. Because even though my feelings about this instalment were kind of lukewarm, the ending hooked me. I kind of expect to be in the same spot again with book three, where I end this review thinking the next book might inspire some love and probably being a little let down again.. but oh well, we're going to do it anyway. Bruja. Lobizón. There's no accompanying symbol, but there's no need. The gendered language makes it clear which one is for girls and which one is for boys. There's no breaking out the binary, no room for anything in between. Some of what I struggled with in book one wasn't here in book two, which was great, but overall I'm not 100% what actually happened in this book to differentiate it from book one. I mean, yes, we had the big capture, the big confrontation, but the majority of this book was just going through similar motions except the world expanded a bit more from the binary structure introduced in LOBIZONA. Until those misfits, much like their strict counterparts, weren't willing to unbend quite as much as expected. Part of me appreciated it, because going with the flow would've been a little too easy, but it did reinforce the whole 'what was the point of this' feeling. I imagine where we go next will be to lean back into a lot of the themes of book one -- isolation, illegal, unwanted -- with a few key differences.. such as the truth being out in the open. I can't picture how this ends, though; so that's something. "They've been making up stories about independent girls in every tradition since forever. And I think it's time we take back our narrative." As creative and visual as this world is (don't ask me why but my brain conjures Avatar-like colours and scenery), I do think it is a bit of a distraction from the dragged out plot. The themes, the dialogue, are all just as important and great as they were in book one, but.. I don't know. There's just a but for me. Again, the ending was good, I will be back for more, but am I still sad I'm not loving this world? So much. Because of that, please disregard this review. I won't recommend you pick it up but I think this is important enough that you should anyway. 2.75 stars ** I received an ARC from NetGalley and the publisher (thank you!) in exchange for an honest review. ** --- This review can also be found at A Take From Two Cities.

  4. 4 out of 5

    jocelyn

    i realize that book 1 still isn't out yet but i'm gonna need a full cover and synopsis of this yesterday. i realize that book 1 still isn't out yet but i'm gonna need a full cover and synopsis of this yesterday.

  5. 4 out of 5

    laur gluchie

    I have received a copy of this book through a giveaway hosted by the publisher. This has not affected my rating or review in any way.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Toya (the reading chemist)

    3.5 stars I went into this book thinking that this series is a duology, and it is not. This may not seem like a big deal, but when you're expecting resolution and don't get it, it is a bit frustrating. As far as the plot goes, I was interested in learning more about the Cazadores since they were a bit of a blur in book one. This story centers around Manu and her friends being on the run from the Cazadores and the sacrifices that they must make in order to stay hidden. That being said, I felt that 3.5 stars I went into this book thinking that this series is a duology, and it is not. This may not seem like a big deal, but when you're expecting resolution and don't get it, it is a bit frustrating. As far as the plot goes, I was interested in learning more about the Cazadores since they were a bit of a blur in book one. This story centers around Manu and her friends being on the run from the Cazadores and the sacrifices that they must make in order to stay hidden. That being said, I felt that so much of the story focused on the daily, mundane details that Manu and her friends experienced, which made the story feel slow and not really going anywhere. The last 25% of the book is when we really kick into high gear, and of course, we end on another cliffhanger. So yeah, all of that was just rather frustrating. One thing that I did really enjoy in this story was the conversation surrounding sex positivity when it comes to young people. I know this sounds like I overall didn't enjoy the story, but that's not true. I plan to continue with the series, but I definitely think this book fell into the second book syndrome category. Thank you to Macmillan Audio for providing a review copy. This did not influence my review. All opinions are my own.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Alaina

    I have received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Okay, I'm so freaking excited that I got Cazadora. I'm also really happy that it picks up right where the previous book ended. Plus, we are leaving the human world to explore a new one. If you think things are going to be easier for our friends.. well, you'd think wrong. Manu is on the run from the Cazadores. Mostly because they want to capture her and lock her up. So, yeah, I feel her pain and not wanting to do that. While I have received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Okay, I'm so freaking excited that I got Cazadora. I'm also really happy that it picks up right where the previous book ended. Plus, we are leaving the human world to explore a new one. If you think things are going to be easier for our friends.. well, you'd think wrong. Manu is on the run from the Cazadores. Mostly because they want to capture her and lock her up. So, yeah, I feel her pain and not wanting to do that. While trying to dodge everyone, her friends are trying to convince them that she's not harmful like the myth says she would be. Again, nothing was super easy for anyone involved. Now while I absolutely devoured the first book.. this one took me a bit longer to get through. I just like the pace was a smidge off for me in certain parts and I also wanted a bit more action or something else. The world itself was still amazing but the people living within it weren't so much. Definitely made me suspicious of some and I just wanted Manu to live her freaking life - safely. In the end, I'm so happy that I got the chance to dive into this. It was a lot of fun to find this series and I'm sad that this book is over. The issues that they brought up throughout these two book made me think and open my eyes at the same time. I also really liked how Manu was trying to figure out where she belonged. She grew throughout these two books and I'm secretly hoping there's going to be a third book. Pretty please give me another book. I can't walk away from this world yet. I'm not ready. I need more.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    Ooh cover! <3

  9. 5 out of 5

    David Gibson

    The Short Version: A modern day Argentinian folktale that doubles as a discourse on immigration and otherness inside and outside our own communities that just failed to grab me and keep me captivated The Long Version: I got to listen to the audiobook ARC of this title thanks to NetGalley and Macmillan Audio This is a Fantasy title I hadn’t seen anywhere as a much anticipated title so I was surprised a story with such an intriguing description in the Sci-Fi/Fantasy realm had slipped past my notic The Short Version: A modern day Argentinian folktale that doubles as a discourse on immigration and otherness inside and outside our own communities that just failed to grab me and keep me captivated The Long Version: I got to listen to the audiobook ARC of this title thanks to NetGalley and Macmillan Audio This is a Fantasy title I hadn’t seen anywhere as a much anticipated title so I was surprised a story with such an intriguing description in the Sci-Fi/Fantasy realm had slipped past my notice. Unfortunately this title just isn’t one I can shout from the rooftops as it was a bit of a chore to get through for me. The strange part about it is putting my finger on the problem(s) is a little difficult. The characters aren’t poorly constructed, though I didn’t really get invested into them. The plot marches along at a steady clip and there’s some twisting and turning, with mysterious supernatural powers being unraveled throughout. It’s just one of those books where despite a lot of elements that seem to stand solidly on their own, the story as a whole just doesn’t meld into a compelling narrative. The first issue is that I didn’t realize until after reading that this was a sequel, so I’m sure a lot of that investment building occurred in the first book. I wasn’t willing to go back and explore the first book to try and re-evaluate so my opinions should be taken with a grain of salt. Also I do think a big part of the issue for me was the level of Spanglish in this story. There are portions where characters will speak in Spanish then the dialogue is repeated in English, there were also lots of places, concepts, etc… that were identified with Spanish names. I think if I read this as opposed to listening to the audiobook, it would have been far less jarring and much easier to get onboard with the story and really enjoy it. So while I could appreciate the narrative and what the author was going for, everything just felt fine, not spectacular. The characters were reasonably well constructed, and their abilities were interesting, and the magic system had some decent thought put into it, I just never got invested in their struggle. The pacing was solid, the action unfolds at a consistent clip, and there weren’t lulls in action in the story, but I didn’t care about the events all that much either. I liked the ending, Overall a 3 for me. It’s not poorly written and I see all the elements there for a story I should have loved, but for whatever reason, I just never got invested in this one. Probably very enjoyable for a large group of other readers, especially people who speak Spanish. Also probably a better title to read than listen to as the random Spanish phrases interspersed really threw me off. Component Ratings Concept/Idea: 3.5 out of 5 Protagonist: 2 out of 5 Antagonists: 1 out of 5 Supporting Characters: 3 out of 5 Character development: 3.5 out of 5 Plot: 3 out of 5 Pacing: 4 out of 5 Prose: 4.5 out of 5 Dialogue: 4 out of 5 Narrator’s performance: 4 out of 5 Ending: 3 out of 5

  10. 4 out of 5

    The Nerd Daily

    Originally published on The Nerd Daily | Review by Kibby Robinson In the stunning sequel to Lobizona, Romina Garber continues Manu’s journey to break the archaic notion that one has to prove they have a right to exist. With brutal explorations on what it means to be “illegal” and coming of age in a world where you feel you don’t belong, Cazadora is a shining example of how important diverse stories are in the YA world. Read the FULL REVIEW on The Nerd Daily Originally published on The Nerd Daily | Review by Kibby Robinson In the stunning sequel to Lobizona, Romina Garber continues Manu’s journey to break the archaic notion that one has to prove they have a right to exist. With brutal explorations on what it means to be “illegal” and coming of age in a world where you feel you don’t belong, Cazadora is a shining example of how important diverse stories are in the YA world. Read the FULL REVIEW on The Nerd Daily

  11. 5 out of 5

    USOM

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) TW: panic attack, self-harm Cazadora is an action packed sequel to Lobizona. It develops everything I love about the first - the breaking down of rigid gender norms and illegal existence - in an emotional sequel. Can Manu find a place where she fits in? Finally a place where she doesn't have to hide who she is? Cazadora is a fierce story about rebellion, friendship, and sacrifice. (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.) TW: panic attack, self-harm Cazadora is an action packed sequel to Lobizona. It develops everything I love about the first - the breaking down of rigid gender norms and illegal existence - in an emotional sequel. Can Manu find a place where she fits in? Finally a place where she doesn't have to hide who she is? Cazadora is a fierce story about rebellion, friendship, and sacrifice. About the cost of change and the necessary sacrifices we make. How we don't have to use the words that the world chooses for us. full review: https://utopia-state-of-mind.com/revi...

  12. 4 out of 5

    Christina

    3.5 stars. I didn't love this book as much as the first one, but still overall enjoyed the read. This rating could potentially go up with a book 3. I had thought this was a planned duology and while yes there is an ending of sorts, there are some doors left open for more. No plot summaries so as to not spoil the first book. Basically, this book picks up right where the first book left off, and most of it takes place in Lunaris. The themes in this book of identity, memory, history vs. present, trad 3.5 stars. I didn't love this book as much as the first one, but still overall enjoyed the read. This rating could potentially go up with a book 3. I had thought this was a planned duology and while yes there is an ending of sorts, there are some doors left open for more. No plot summaries so as to not spoil the first book. Basically, this book picks up right where the first book left off, and most of it takes place in Lunaris. The themes in this book of identity, memory, history vs. present, tradition vs. accepting the world isn't what it used to be, family, belonging, and the acceptance of self... all exceptional. The integration of Spanish? Exceptional. The world building and magical realism? Exceptional. The plot however did not feel as smooth in this book, and there were moments that felt like they were dragging a bit. Still, I'm over the moon (get it?) that I got to spend more time with Manu and her friends and I do hope there's another installment - I would most definitely be fighting to the front of the line to read it. Also, I will ship Cata and Saysa forever. Thank you NetGalley and St. Martin's Press for the ARC, and thank you Romina Garber for giving me a female werewolf story and a LatinX heroine that will live in my brain for the rest of my life.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kelli

    “We are the narratives we tell ourselves. But do we shape language, or does language shape us? Do we define words, or do words define us? If everyone keeps insisting I’m this monster, how soon before I become her?” (381) In this sequel to Lobizona, everything reaches a fever pitch of intense proportions! Manu and get friends are on the run, fleeing across the magical realms of Kerana, trying to escape from not just the law but from the excruciating reach of tradition. Werewolves are men and witche “We are the narratives we tell ourselves. But do we shape language, or does language shape us? Do we define words, or do words define us? If everyone keeps insisting I’m this monster, how soon before I become her?” (381) In this sequel to Lobizona, everything reaches a fever pitch of intense proportions! Manu and get friends are on the run, fleeing across the magical realms of Kerana, trying to escape from not just the law but from the excruciating reach of tradition. Werewolves are men and witches are women. And, neither can be human. Manu, who is half-human and the first female werewolf, breaks all the rules. Her very existence is a threat to this world. Even in a magical world, it seems Manu is still illegal. There’s nowhere she is free to be herself. Will Manu be able to find some place where she belongs? More, will everyone else who feels excluded from even guys magical world be able to find a place to truly call home? What is home if not the place we feel most loved and most able to be who we are? This is such a gripping tale from start to finish that truly asks complicated questions about family and community and the tenuous bonds that hold us all together. Is it a betrayal to turn your back on family and community when both have shunned you at every turn, have made it clear that YOU are not free to be who you are? Can anyone be free unless everyone is free? I think this book demonstrates very well that justice and equality are spectrums that impact all of separately and profoundly. Further, this book demonstrates that, just because equality and justice are sometimes hard, does not mean they are not all the more worth fighting for. We can only dream a better future together. Very inspiring and definitely worth reading! Looking forward to more!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kristyn Pittman

    Cazadora picks up right where we left off in Lobizona. In this second book we completely leave the human world behind to explore all the wonders of the Septimus' world. Manu and her friends are on the run from the Cazadores that seek to lock her up and punish her for the crime of existing as a hybrid. Manu, Tiago, Cata, & Saysa must convince their people that Manu is nothing like the myth of la ladrona, the evil half human folktale that has scared the Suptimus for centuries. Romina Garber has cr Cazadora picks up right where we left off in Lobizona. In this second book we completely leave the human world behind to explore all the wonders of the Septimus' world. Manu and her friends are on the run from the Cazadores that seek to lock her up and punish her for the crime of existing as a hybrid. Manu, Tiago, Cata, & Saysa must convince their people that Manu is nothing like the myth of la ladrona, the evil half human folktale that has scared the Suptimus for centuries. Romina Garber has created a world rich and full of wonder that also makes us question the morality of what it means for a person, or lobizona, to be illegal. While I know this is planned as a duology she has left the door open for a continuation, and I am hoping for a third book! Thank you to NetGalley and Wednesday Books for providing me with an advanced copy for review.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    I didn’t think this sequel could be better, but Jesus Christ this book was perfect. My heart. Romina writes so beautifully and makes you feel. Manu, brave, brave Manu. Her spirit and strength are captured so beautifully I was moved to tears. Cazadora starts right back up from where Lobizona left off without missing a beat. We are introduced to new characters that remind us that we cannot be caged by the identities, classifications, and/or societal expectations placed on us. The way Romina weaves I didn’t think this sequel could be better, but Jesus Christ this book was perfect. My heart. Romina writes so beautifully and makes you feel. Manu, brave, brave Manu. Her spirit and strength are captured so beautifully I was moved to tears. Cazadora starts right back up from where Lobizona left off without missing a beat. We are introduced to new characters that remind us that we cannot be caged by the identities, classifications, and/or societal expectations placed on us. The way Romina weaves in these topics through this magical story so flawlessly is truly a work of art. You need this book & I need a third book in this series.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    This was super creative and I can't wait for book three. Although, I will admit, I was hoping for just a duology for this one. I received an ecopy of this book through Netgalley; however, my opinions are my own. This was super creative and I can't wait for book three. Although, I will admit, I was hoping for just a duology for this one. I received an ecopy of this book through Netgalley; however, my opinions are my own.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jenna Rideout

    I was granted eARC/audio ARC access to Cazadora by the Wednesday Books/Macmillan team via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you to whoever does the approvals for the YA titles! This is a highly anticipated one for me. My thoughts are my own and my review is honest. While the first book in this series opened in the real world a spent a lot of time introducing readers to the plight of an undocumented immigrant in the USA and the experience of a Latin American girl being raised far I was granted eARC/audio ARC access to Cazadora by the Wednesday Books/Macmillan team via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you to whoever does the approvals for the YA titles! This is a highly anticipated one for me. My thoughts are my own and my review is honest. While the first book in this series opened in the real world a spent a lot of time introducing readers to the plight of an undocumented immigrant in the USA and the experience of a Latin American girl being raised far from home, which both blended into and foreshadowed the equally misfit status Manu would face in the magical world, Cazadora focuses entirely on the magical and only occasionally highlights parallels to issues in the real world. I really enjoyed all the additional exploration we got to do in this world, getting to know how it works, getting to know more about the other characters, and learning more about the magic system. The world(s) of this series feel much more tangible to me now, and I love that. The plot follows Manu and her allies as she tries to run from the law long enough to form a plan to make the stubbornly stuck in their old ways elders of this world accept not only her, a hybrid and an unprecedented female wolf but also her friends who are ready to challenge tradition and embrace non-traditional relationships and orientations. This group of young people has a lot to fight for, and a lot to lose, and this book doesn't cut them any slack. If you're only reading to be entertained, then it's a high-stakes action-adventure fantasy about a group of teens trying to change their world (a mainstay of YA in this century.) If you're here to learn and grow and acknowledge all of the real-world plights this book points spotlights at, it's a beautifully crafted metaphorical essay on racism, sexism, and homophobia in our modern world. This is definitely shaping up to be the sort of series that must be read in order. There's absolutely no recap (which is not a complaint from me, those are often so poorly handled and they're annoying for readers who aren't jumping in midstream) and that means a lot of world-building and character introductions don't happen here. This one assumes you've read Lobizona, likely recently, and throws you right back into the action where you left off, ready to send you off on a chosen one type middle book goose chase. It remains to be seen whether or not this will prove to be a sagging middle book or not, only reading later books in the series will reveal that for sure, but I can see the potential for this book to be something readers would struggle to connect with and get pulled into if they aren't reading in order or take too long of a break between books. You really need to already have a connection with Manu and friends to care and feel invested enough to hang on through all the twists and turns. This book won't take time to convince you to love her if you don't already. Without being specific enough to reveal a spoiler, there is a character death mid-book that just doesn't hit me the way I think the author intended. I think I was meant to feel more connected to that character than I did. I think the events that character's death set in motion are supposed to feel more significant than they did. In execution, it felt pointless. When a witch in this world dies, one last spell is cast. The spell cast in this case is basically an "undo" on the consequences of the event that kills her. It just feels like the most unnecessary deus ex machina moment I've ever come across. Sol Madariaga's narration was a pleasure to listen to, for the most part, and I think the minor thing I didn't like is a language barrier issue with the original text. Sol speaks every Spanish line with a beautiful authentic-sounding accent (as far as this non-Spanish speaker can tell at least!) I love listening to the cadence of this language and hearing these beautiful names pronounced correctly, but when characters read or speak lengthy passages entirely in Spanish, it's a bit overwhelming. This book opens entirely in Spanish and then (I assume) provides the English translation. It was long enough that I started to wonder if either I'd accidentally accepted a Spanish language audio ARC or if the narrator's accent was so strong that I was going to need to slow it way down to parse it. I hadn't, and it wasn't, but it was overwhelming. If I were reading it with my eyes rather than my ears I would have seen the English text following it and just skipped to it. I recognize that language is integral to culture, this is based on Argentine folklore, and that even the domestic audience for the publisher in the USA should be used to seeing/hearing the Spanish language even if they aren't fluent themselves. As a Canadian, this isn't a language I'm exposed to frequently, so that's my genuine reaction to hearing it. Overall I really enjoyed returning to this world and I can tell there's a lot of story left to tell in the series. I highly recommend this book to those who enjoyed the first, and I eagerly await the next installment.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Rocha

    If you enjoy magical realism, you will love Romina Garber's newest book in the Wolves of No World series. Netgalley gifted me a free e-ARC of the sequel, Cazadora, and I was so excited to jump in and finish the series! In the follow up to Lobizona, Romina Garber continues to weave Argentine folklore and real-world issues into a haunting, fantastical, and romantic story that will reunite readers with Manu and her friends as they continue to fight for a better future. First of all, I love that this If you enjoy magical realism, you will love Romina Garber's newest book in the Wolves of No World series. Netgalley gifted me a free e-ARC of the sequel, Cazadora, and I was so excited to jump in and finish the series! In the follow up to Lobizona, Romina Garber continues to weave Argentine folklore and real-world issues into a haunting, fantastical, and romantic story that will reunite readers with Manu and her friends as they continue to fight for a better future. First of all, I love that this book was filled with Spanish aphorisms and phrases, and includes vocabulary in-context to help teach Spanish to non-speakers. As someone who is constantly trying to improve my Spanish, this is something I really appreciate seeing in new books. Garber does it well, allowing the reader to infer meaning from context clues without needing to use a translator. However, I can also really appreciate having the translation dictionary available if I do need it, conveniently built into my e-reader. It saves a lot of time not having to click out of the book, and as a visual learner I enjoy seeing side-by-side translations because it really helps me to understand spelling and pronunciation. The first book, Lobizona, raised important questions on issues like gender, sexuality, and the complications that arise for Latin-Americans who grow up caught between two cultures. In the same way that Manu and her Ma tread between being Argentinean Americans, Manu must find balance between her human and werewolf sides. In the world of Lunaris, gender roles still dominate the culture: girls are Brujas and boys are Lobizónes. Manu is one of the first female werewolf’s and she has to overcome the “narrow and outdated approach to identity” that permeates Lunaris culture. Even the fast that her “irises are yellow suns and pupils are silver stars” contain contrasting symbolism that foreshadows the male-female dichotomy within her. “After everything we’ve been through, the one thing I’m sure of is, I’ve found where I belong.” Identity is a large theme in both of the books: Manu wants to belong, but must, above all things, learn to be true to herself. Manu feels as if she is “pretending”: because she must walk a fine line between Bruja and Lobizon for most of the story, she feels as if she doesn’t truly belong. ”Just holding this paperwork makes me feel like less of a forgery.” Though she is forced out of her comfort zone, the path she finds herself taking is essential to her growth and leads her to finding out who she truly is and where she truly belongs. “You're shaming Lily for wanting to fit into society around her, which might be a natural impulse if you're someone who has the choice to belong. But fitting in looks different when your left out by default." Though she is reserved at first, Manu believes she belongs in Lunaris. She makes friends with people who support her and defend her, and ultimately feels accepted once she reveals her truth. And not only do they accept her, they begin to follow her lead. When she challenges the binary norms and joins the team of boys, the desire for changes has an immediate ripple effect through her peers. The changes in Lunaris sort of echo the changes people are fighting for in American society: "schoolgirls refusing to wear dresses, Septimas charging Septibol fields, brujas protesting at La Rosada and demanding higher pay for their magic..." "As much as I might try repressing that part of me, adopting a new culture doesn't magically erase the old one. They get braided together." Memory is a another huge theme within the books. It is her memories that makes Manu who she is, but they also seem to keep Manu from embracing her true self. She is stuck in the past, and has a difficult time letting go. Though memories can be an important tool in constructing individual and cultural identity, for Manu it is crucial that she remakes her identity to embrace who she truly is instead of the person she once thought she was. She has a hard time letting go of her old life and fears, but it is essential to her character that she learn to let go of the old and make way for the new. At the same time, she must learn to embrace her past as well as her present, must learn to "bridge two realms of reality" to create and understand her identity, to understand where she comes from and where she really belongs, making this book a perfect read for anyone trying to navigate and understand their own identity.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    Thank you to Wednesday Books and NetGalley for this eARC. All thoughts are my own. “‘All I know is they’ve been making up stories about independent girls in every tradition since forever[…] and I think it’s time we take back our narratives.’” And Romina Garber does it again! I’ve been in a bit of a slump, and this book pulled me out of it (hopefully… it at least got me reading). I rave about Lobizona all the time! I read it in a day, and it became a favorite basically from chapter one. Because of Thank you to Wednesday Books and NetGalley for this eARC. All thoughts are my own. “‘All I know is they’ve been making up stories about independent girls in every tradition since forever[…] and I think it’s time we take back our narratives.’” And Romina Garber does it again! I’ve been in a bit of a slump, and this book pulled me out of it (hopefully… it at least got me reading). I rave about Lobizona all the time! I read it in a day, and it became a favorite basically from chapter one. Because of that, Cazadora was my most anticipated read of 2021, and it did not disappoint! If you have not picked these books up yet, please do! Cazadora is not out quite yet, but will be next week (8/17). Cazadora starts up where Lobizona left off. Manu and her friends are on the run from the Cazadores, who hunt her down for being different. It is up to Manu and her friends to do what they can to convince everyone that she is not a threat. Just like Lobizona, this book combines Argentine folklore and current issues. I personally love seeing the characters fight for justice on issues that I find important, while also being transported to a beautiful world. And this combination is done so well. Garber does an amazing job addressing each issue and weaving them into the storyline. The world building is definitely a favorite of mine. It’s so colorful and described beautifully. Garber has a knack for bringing her readers into the story. It was like that with Lobizona, and now Cazadora. I loved being back in the story, but having the world expanded and learning more about the magic and history. I loved seeing the character again and watching them grow even more within this book. Manu is one of my favorite MCs. She’s gone through a lot, and although she has her doubts and makes mistakes, she’s strong and brave and wants to do what is right. Tiago, Cata, and Saysa also have great development and something I enjoyed watching throughout the book. I really just can’t get enough! Now, I think Garber had said that this was meant to be a duology… I’m hoping that that has changed, because I need more! The ending left the story open for a continuation, and I am crossing my fingers that a third is at least in the author’s thoughts. Garber is a fabulous writer and has created a wonderful story about identity, belonging, and staying true to yourself. Would highly recommend these books.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    You can see all my reviews here: Books Are The New Black 3.5 stars This was a sequel that I was really looking forward to this year. I enjoyed, Lobizona. While I did enjoy this one, I did find it a bit disappointing. Cazadora picks up where we left off in Lobizona. Manu is on the run and trying to figure out what she is and what she can do. She’s got her friends and boyfriend on the run with her. I loved getting to know them all a bit more. The world-building does expand a lot more in this book an You can see all my reviews here: Books Are The New Black 3.5 stars This was a sequel that I was really looking forward to this year. I enjoyed, Lobizona. While I did enjoy this one, I did find it a bit disappointing. Cazadora picks up where we left off in Lobizona. Manu is on the run and trying to figure out what she is and what she can do. She’s got her friends and boyfriend on the run with her. I loved getting to know them all a bit more. The world-building does expand a lot more in this book and it was done well. With that being said, I struggled with the pacing of this book. It took me quite a while to get sucked into the story. I was wanting a lot more action than we got. We do have some added characters in this book and we take a lot of time there. I know it’s going to come into play later but it really slowed the plot down a lot for me. The relationships that Manu forms in this series are my favorite. I know she’s trying to find her place in the world because she doesn’t fit into one side or the other. She’s always felt on the outside and is struggling in this book. I loved how much she grew by the end of the book. I just wish she would realize that sometimes home isn’t a place but the people you are with. Although, that’s hard to do when you are constantly on the run and fighting for your life. Something that I love about this series is the message. Romina is not shy at all and she just throws it in your face. I love that. I think that this is the perfect book that everyone should be reading about now. Our world is so divided and so unaccepting that it’s quite ugly. I’m not sure if you read the author’s notes at the end but WOW… that was a statement and it was powerful!! Being part Hispanic myself, with my mom being from Mexico, who is now a US Citizen, really resonates with me. All people deserve to be treated equally. That is all… Even though I had some issues with the pacing and the plot, I did enjoy that ending! It was great and it makes me excited for the next book. I’m not sure there will be another book because we all seem to be in the dark about that. I really hope there is because the setup sounds like it will be an amazing book! Thanks to Wednesday Books and Netgalley for an e-ARC to review! All these opinions are my own!!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Shannon (It Starts At Midnight)

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight 4.5* I was so pleasantly surprised at my love for Lobizona , as contemporary fantasy and I do not always mix. But we did, and I was excited for the sequel. Cazadora? Even better, frankly! I will start with my only minor complaint, and that was that it was a little hard for me to get back into the world and characters. But once I was in? I was in. Like its predecessor, Cazadora tackles s You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight 4.5* I was so pleasantly surprised at my love for Lobizona , as contemporary fantasy and I do not always mix. But we did, and I was excited for the sequel. Cazadora? Even better, frankly! I will start with my only minor complaint, and that was that it was a little hard for me to get back into the world and characters. But once I was in? I was in. Like its predecessor, Cazadora tackles so many important topics within its pages. From Manu being "illegal" in both the human and magical world, to blatant sexism, to homophobia and racism, this series tackles these issues in a really great way. And in this sequel, Manu is pretty much tired of being afraid and cowering to those who wished she didn't exist. We see so much growth in Manu and her friends, as they step up, trying to do better. "They want to know if I can keep up with the wolves? Let them wonder if the wolves can keep up with me." We get to see so much more of this magical Septimus world, which I loved, even more so because it was set in Argentina this round! So delving deeper into the Argentinian folk lore was obviously a huge plus. The stakes are higher than ever, too, and there is a sense that absolutely no one is safe in this world as long as the current system remains in place. I loved that the author didn't make it easy for Manu and company to fight back against their oppressors- but she did make it necessary. Bottom Line: Absolutely cannot wait for the next book, as the Wolves of No World series just keeps getting better and better!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Allison

    While Lobizona offered up a dazzling magical school and sport combo, its sequel spreads its wings and takes us to all kinds of new locales. Strap in for arboreal cities with secret passageways and a fungal information network, enchanted oceans with a giant shell of a submersible ship and a secret rebel base, and volcanic hideaways, midnight garden pocket dimensions, and hot air balloon rides. I like a plot that doesn't stall out, and this one definitely keeps things moving. However, I think it of While Lobizona offered up a dazzling magical school and sport combo, its sequel spreads its wings and takes us to all kinds of new locales. Strap in for arboreal cities with secret passageways and a fungal information network, enchanted oceans with a giant shell of a submersible ship and a secret rebel base, and volcanic hideaways, midnight garden pocket dimensions, and hot air balloon rides. I like a plot that doesn't stall out, and this one definitely keeps things moving. However, I think it offered fewer opportunities to feel connected to the characters than in the first book, where there were frequent moments of bonding, of internal struggle, of unfettered joy -- all requiring pauses from the action that were well worth it. In Cazadora, while the plot is undeniably punchy, it's ultimately a generic ya fantasy vehicle (chosen one against all odds, insta-love, revolution) for the spectacular world-building and meaningful messaging it attempts to carry. The messages against false binaries and labels are far from generic for a ya fantasy universe. Also, the always relevant questioning of arbitrary borders and the concept of a person somehow being "illegal" through their mere existence are powerful. The author further drives home the non-fantasy importance of her story in the acknowledgments, referencing the many horrors the US has perpetrated against immigrants. I hope this book is successful with a young adult audience and that protagonist Manu helps some feel seen and helps others open their eyes to the experiences of their peers and the inequities of our laws and institutions. Thanks to Wednesday Books and NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review this book, out 8/17.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Krystie (Starborn_Reader) (Starborn_Reader)

    I received an audiobook of Cazadora by Romina Garber (Wolves of No World, book 2) for review provided by Macmillan Audio via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Cazadora 4⭐️ . I was really excited when I was approved for this one. I loved Lobizona so much and couldn’t wait to see what happened next. I also listened to the audio and enjoyed the narrator. Cazadora equally delivers. Beautifully written, real world issues expertly woven in, excellent narration. The world is described beautiful I received an audiobook of Cazadora by Romina Garber (Wolves of No World, book 2) for review provided by Macmillan Audio via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Cazadora 4⭐️ . I was really excited when I was approved for this one. I loved Lobizona so much and couldn’t wait to see what happened next. I also listened to the audio and enjoyed the narrator. Cazadora equally delivers. Beautifully written, real world issues expertly woven in, excellent narration. The world is described beautifully. I really enjoyed the character development of Manu. The internal conflict of not knowing where you fit, going on a journey of self discovery. I also really love that it’s based off of Argentinian folklore, it was something different for me, that I really enjoyed. Blurb: Werewolves. Witches. Romance. Resistance.

Enter a world straight out of Argentine folklore... Following the events of Lobizona, Manu and her friends cross the mystical border into Kerana—a cursed realm in Argentina—searching for allies and a hiding place. As they chase down leads about the Coven—a mythical resistance manada that might not even exist—the Cazadores chase down leads about Manu, setting up traps to capture and arrest her. Just as it seems the Cazadores have Manu and her friends cornered, the Coven answers their call for help. As Manu catches her breath among these non-conforming Septimus, she discovers they need a revolution as much as she does. But is she the right one to lead them? After all, hybrids aren’t just outlawed. They’re feared and reviled. What happens when the Coven learns of Manu’s dual heritage? Will they still protect her? Or will they betray her? And after running this far, for this long—how much farther can Manu go before her feet get tired, and she stops to take a stand?

  24. 4 out of 5

    Haley

    I received an eARC of this book from Netgalley. All opinions are my own! In this thrilling sequel to Lobizona, Manu and her friends continue to fight for their freedom and their very identities. Will they be able to change the world, or will the world never stop pushing them into hiding? Where can I even start with how much I loved this book? It was such a beautiful story of self-discovery for every character involved, and I so greatly enjoyed watching them become who they are truly meant to be. T I received an eARC of this book from Netgalley. All opinions are my own! In this thrilling sequel to Lobizona, Manu and her friends continue to fight for their freedom and their very identities. Will they be able to change the world, or will the world never stop pushing them into hiding? Where can I even start with how much I loved this book? It was such a beautiful story of self-discovery for every character involved, and I so greatly enjoyed watching them become who they are truly meant to be. The themes in this book tore at my heart in the best of ways, from joy at watching these characters grow to utter heartbreak at watching their world try to tear them down. This series really gets to the heart of the issue of identity and self-worth, giving insight into the issue of "illegal" people. Reading these books has really opened my eyes to issues that I have never personally had to face. I have greatly enjoyed connecting with Manu and watching her journey unfold. This book was action-packed from the very beginning, and it had me unable to put it down because I simply had to know what was going to happen next! The world is so immersive that simply reading about it is like stepping into it for yourself. I cannot get enough of how unique and stunning it all is! These books hold such a special place in my heart already, and I simply cannot wait for the next in this series. Manu and her friends are going to be with me forever! If you're looking for a unique, soul-touching fantasy that will leave you on the edge of your seat out of love for wonderfully perfect characters, these books are for you!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Haley

    I received an eARC of this book from Netgalley. All opinions are my own! In this thrilling sequel to Lobizona, Manu and her friends continue to fight for their freedom and their very identities. Will they be able to change the world, or will the world never stop pushing them into hiding? Where can I even start with how much I loved this book? It was such a beautiful story of self-discovery for every character involved, and I so greatly enjoyed watching them become who they are truly meant to be. T I received an eARC of this book from Netgalley. All opinions are my own! In this thrilling sequel to Lobizona, Manu and her friends continue to fight for their freedom and their very identities. Will they be able to change the world, or will the world never stop pushing them into hiding? Where can I even start with how much I loved this book? It was such a beautiful story of self-discovery for every character involved, and I so greatly enjoyed watching them become who they are truly meant to be. The themes in this book tore at my heart in the best of ways, from joy at watching these characters grow to utter heartbreak at watching their world try to tear them down. This series really gets to the heart of the issue of identity and self-worth, giving insight into the issue of "illegal" people. Reading these books has really opened my eyes to issues that I have never personally had to face. I have greatly enjoyed connecting with Manu and watching her journey unfold. This book was action-packed from the very beginning, and it had me unable to put it down because I simply had to know what was going to happen next! The world is so immersive that simply reading about it is like stepping into it for yourself. I cannot get enough of how unique and stunning it all is! These books hold such a special place in my heart already, and I simply cannot wait for the next in this series. Manu and her friends are going to be with me forever! If you're looking for a unique, soul-touching fantasy that will leave you on the edge of your seat out of love for wonderfully perfect characters, these books are for you!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Isabella | ilashreads

    Cazadora is the second book in the Wolves of No World series and it picks up right where Lobizona ends. Romina Garber tells a fantastical story mixing Argentinean folklore with real-world issues. As Manu and her friends fight for a more inclusive world, we get taken on a magical and romantic journey. I loved that the human world was left behind and Lunaris and the Septimus' world were explored. I found it easy to get lost and wish I could head to Lunaris, Manu has a strong voice that came through Cazadora is the second book in the Wolves of No World series and it picks up right where Lobizona ends. Romina Garber tells a fantastical story mixing Argentinean folklore with real-world issues. As Manu and her friends fight for a more inclusive world, we get taken on a magical and romantic journey. I loved that the human world was left behind and Lunaris and the Septimus' world were explored. I found it easy to get lost and wish I could head to Lunaris, Manu has a strong voice that came through and made it easy to relate to her. Garber brings real-life issues to the forefront of this fantasy by touching on gender, cultural identity, ancestry, sexuality, and the struggle of being torn between two worlds. I love when the fantasy isn't in place of the real issues at stake. In Lunaris there are clear gender roles, women are brujas and men are Lobizones, which Manu's mere existence as a Lobizona threatens. Because of this, the internal struggle Manu felt in figuring out who she was and what she should do, was heartbreaking and complicated. This is a story about acceptance, finding your own "pack" or family, and fighting for not just yourself but for others that might be like you. I think that this is a powerful piece of work that will resonate with anyone that is trying to navigate and understand their own identity. It highlights that identities are complicated and intersectional. I seriously love this series and after that ending, I am hoping that we'll get more for this world. Thank you to NetGalley and Wednesday Books for providing me with an advanced readers copy in exchange for an honest review.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Morgan Rohbock

    4.5⭐ G as in give-this-book-to-your-teen- because-they-will-love-it This series is just so good. And I say series not duology because I refuse to believe this is the last book about Manu!! Cazadora is the sequel to Lobizona where Manu tries to find her way in a world where she is once again illegal, but this time she is judged for her parentage and powers rather than immigration papers. Romina weaves such a beautiful world for Manu to explore as she hides from the magical authorities. I honestly wou 4.5⭐ G as in give-this-book-to-your-teen- because-they-will-love-it This series is just so good. And I say series not duology because I refuse to believe this is the last book about Manu!! Cazadora is the sequel to Lobizona where Manu tries to find her way in a world where she is once again illegal, but this time she is judged for her parentage and powers rather than immigration papers. Romina weaves such a beautiful world for Manu to explore as she hides from the magical authorities. I honestly would have loved to see even more exploration into Karana because it was so interesting. Romina's commentary through this world about what it means to belong, to be illegal and owning your identity is so powerful. I loved how this book truly allowed the reader to see Manu realize how she can impact other people and help them. There was definitely a moment where it seemed like this wouldn't happen and it was Katniss in the Hunger Games at District 13, but the end of the book more than made up for this as Manu insisted on owning her story and taking charge of the narrative. I want more of these books and I want to read more of these books. If you love YA and books that take you to other slightly different versions of our world like Hunger Games, Divergent or Maze Runner, you need to read this series!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jay

    Picking up where Lobizona left off, Cazadora finds Manu, Saysa, Cata and Tiago as they cross into Argentina and Kerana. There they are sheltered from danger by the Coven, a group of Septimus who don't want to be corralled by the restrictions that are put upon their kind. What will the future hold for Manu? Will she finally find a place where she belongs? I think this is one of the rare cases where the second book is better than the first one. The major characters, even Manu, are given much more d Picking up where Lobizona left off, Cazadora finds Manu, Saysa, Cata and Tiago as they cross into Argentina and Kerana. There they are sheltered from danger by the Coven, a group of Septimus who don't want to be corralled by the restrictions that are put upon their kind. What will the future hold for Manu? Will she finally find a place where she belongs? I think this is one of the rare cases where the second book is better than the first one. The major characters, even Manu, are given much more depth in Cazadora. There are also NO Harry Potter references (my main complaint with the first book). I appreciate that as Manu grew so did the books she referenced. As a Shakespeare teacher, I definitely loved those references most of all. The ending of this book was no my favorite, and sounds like there are going to be more than two books in this series. As with Lobizona, Sol Madariaga was an amazing narrator. As someone who always had difficulty pronouncing Spainish words in school, it's such a blessing to have someone pronounce them flawlessly for me. Thank you to NetGalley and the publishers for this ALC. I listened to Lobizona on audio, so I was super glad to get this ALC.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Meli

    I love a good squad!! Pick this up for: - Spanglish, Buenos Aires, and dulce de leche 🍮 - Lush fantastical world accessible through the cataratas de lguazú 🌊 - Argentine folklore 🐺 - A close-knit #squad and chosen families 💚 - Resistance 💪 - Genderqueer allegory and wlw rep 🏳️‍🌈 - Pointed social commentary on migration control, borders, undocumented status, and belonging 🛃 - Action/adventure 🌌 4 stars due to occasionally weak prose, but still a book I couldn’t put down. I casually sat for an evening read I love a good squad!! Pick this up for: - Spanglish, Buenos Aires, and dulce de leche 🍮 - Lush fantastical world accessible through the cataratas de lguazú 🌊 - Argentine folklore 🐺 - A close-knit #squad and chosen families 💚 - Resistance 💪 - Genderqueer allegory and wlw rep 🏳️‍🌈 - Pointed social commentary on migration control, borders, undocumented status, and belonging 🛃 - Action/adventure 🌌 4 stars due to occasionally weak prose, but still a book I couldn’t put down. I casually sat for an evening read and suddenly I turn the last page and its 3am. The author has stated on her Twitter that this is a duology, but I'm hoping against hopes she picks up the light thread of a cliffhanger to continue with book #3.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    There is just something special about this world. I cannot help but to be completely captivated. Admittedly, I was a little lost in the beginning as it had been awhile since I read the first book but I quickly got my bearings. This was a fast paced adventure with a sweet romance and such a mirror to society today. I loved it. That ending. I about died and did not truly see that coming. There HAS to be a book 3. There is so much more I want to know and see in this world. Read this! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ or ⭐️⭐ There is just something special about this world. I cannot help but to be completely captivated. Admittedly, I was a little lost in the beginning as it had been awhile since I read the first book but I quickly got my bearings. This was a fast paced adventure with a sweet romance and such a mirror to society today. I loved it. That ending. I about died and did not truly see that coming. There HAS to be a book 3. There is so much more I want to know and see in this world. Read this! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ or ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.5

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