Official Review: Little Bird by Seth Chambers

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Re: Official Review: Little Bird by Seth Chambers

Post by maggiechap » 18 May 2018, 13:05

This seems interesting, though I typically stay away from strong romantic plots, the review has me intrigued with the idea of Song Shia's character and hopefully she gives the story more depth than typical romantic fantasy because of her constantly changing features. I'll definitely have to check it out. Thanks for the review!

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Post by togormey » 23 May 2018, 08:57

This is my first time hearing and seeing the word polymorph, so I definitely need to read this book. Thanks for the expert review.

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Post by smartboy » 23 May 2018, 12:36

Thanks for such a good review, the character ideology all sound fascinating to me cant want to read this book

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Post by Queenofdbooks4ever » 26 May 2018, 19:59

Thanks for the great review. I will be adding this to my "want to read" bookshelf.

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Post by Paiges-reads » 02 Jul 2018, 11:23

I'll admit, I do typically prefer more action based novels, yet this one has me wanting to read more. I want to know more about the polymorphs and what they can do, and how they're mistreated in society. As a child (and now, lets be honest) I always thought that shape shifting would be the coolest super power because of all the things you could do - change into a bird if you wanted to fly, a cheetah if you needed to run fast, etc. So to see a sci-fi go into the societal aspects of having those kinds of powers, is really interesting to me. Not to mention the romance with someone who changes their appearance weekly. Thanks for the review!

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Post by JHuschle519 » 24 Oct 2018, 03:26

The idea of shape-shifters, or in this case polymorphs, has always fascinated me. In this case I love that the protagonist can change into other people. I also like the idea that there is one characteristic that cannot be changed. It makes the character vulnerable. Thank you for the well written review.

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