One-half of Deux Lectrices, writing about the things I read.
This is not a bad book, but something has been bothering me since the beginning: Why on earth did Nyx's father go through with Ignifex's bargain knowing that a.) he wasn't going to get a son out of it, which was his major draw in making the bargain to begin with and that b.) someone (a member of his immediate family) would die from it?
I also don't really get the focus on calling out Nyx's father and aunt's relationship.