Title: The Wrath and The Dawn (The Wrath and The Dawn #1)
Author: Renee Ahdieh
Date Published: May 12, 2015 by G. P Putnam’s Sons Books for Young Readers
First of all people, I loved the book so much I didn’t want it to end so I did my best to read it I think I failed though.
After reading, I felt enchanted and I was all like…
I read the book not because I was attracted to its cover (GOSH THE COVER MAKES ME FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE THE MORE I STARE AT IT) but because most of my friends on Goodreads have read the book and rated it between 4 to 5 stars.
So now, I know.
I couldn’t begin to ponder how much I love the book, its characters, and the way it was written. The Wrath and The Dawn was an easy read. The most confusing part of the book was that I wondered how to properly pronounce the characters’ names. I tried to overcome it and hopefully I got the pronunciations right.
I loved Renee Ahdieh’s writing style. Her words of choosing were very captivating and compelling. Although some of the words used were unfamiliar to me and I’m not exactly fluent in the English language, it did not become a hindrance for me loving the book. It was hard to resist not reading the book once I started it. Seriously hard.
Shahrzad and Tariq’s relationship might have been my hatest part of the book. Although at first I liked the pair, I found myself hating the two together on the later parts of the book. Obviously, I love Shahrzad and Khalid more. I love how their relationship developed from when Shahrzad volunteered to be Khalid until that last page.
Speaking of the last page, oh boy, that was a major CLIFFHANGER. You know how my emotions went dug-dug-dug and then I counted the pages left and I almost shouted “YOU BETTER FIX THIS” but nah nah nah.
Fortunately, the next book will be released THIS YEAR. Unfortunately, I’m not sure whether I’ll be able to buy it ASAP. And I don’t practice the art of pre-ordering.
Overall, I love the book and I just couldn’t wait to get my hands on the next one. A truly entertaining and amazing book. Having no idea what A Thousand and One Night is or what happened or what it’s all about did not, and will not, stop me from loving the book.