To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyses reviews to verify trustworthiness.
I was sucked in by the cover and the book synopsis. I was prepared to fall in love with the anticipated fantasy. But what I got was not that. Instead I read a book that was very lack luster, bland in attire and sadly unclickable characters.
It seemed so much of whimsical aspects got lost along the way. A pirate, mermaid, healer and a princess all board a ship...it might as well of been the Titanic. Actually I take that back Titanic was far more superior. But I felt All the Stars and Teeth tank just as much.
It’s saving grace is what’s to come, what is too come of two characters who often went over looked for our protagonist. Speaking of our protagonist, welcome to the land of Amora the most naive person who has ever taken over a throne or whatever they called it. She was written to be unapproachable, unknowledgeable and most of all unlikable. I really couldn’t find a redeeming factor for her.
Now credit must be given where it is due, the Kingdom of Visidia was impeccably crafted. The vibrancy of it could easily be seen and the vastness if it kept up with the story with locations and magic easily able to be followed. The visuals within the book had been spot on. Which saddens me that the characters and plot (you know those key factors in a good book) of this book drug it down so much.