Book Review: The Summer Country

The Summer Country

By James A. Hetley

The Summer CountryThis was yet another random pick from the New Fiction section at the library. Generally I love a good modern-day crosses paths with Irish Fae-lands story, but in this case I did not. The main female character was an idiot, all the other characters were flat and unconvincing, and the ‘love’ story had no depth or believability. And while I don’t need my fantasy to be clean and prim, not by a longshot, this was unnecessarily brutal in parts, in ways that didn’t serve the story. I kept reading because I hoped the book would eventually redeem itself… but it didn’t.

I give it 1/5 stars.


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The Summer Country (Summer Country, #1)


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