Namesake (Fable #2)

Rating: 4/5

“We were salt and sand and sea and storm.”

Namesake is the enthralling second installment in the Fable series by Amanda Young. A year ago, I had heard people talking about Fable and how good it was and I finally decided to check it out and I wasn’t disappointed at all. This second installment finds Fable diving deeper into a world of deceptions, betrayal, and she will learn the secrets that her mother took to her grave.

This book was just as good if not better than the first book! Fable’s world is even more cutthroat, devious, double crossing than in the first book which is what I loved. I love Fable, I think she is a great protagonist and I rather enjoyed the dynamics between herself and Koy, who is stuck with Fable and doesn’t have a choice. Another relationship that I loved seeing develop was between Fable and Saint, it even made me a bit emotional because of complex it was.

Overall, I was pleased with the plot, the characters and seeing where they went and what was going to happen next. It was a very enjoyable book and I was hoping that I would enjoy it because while I did like the first, I felt like there could’ve been more done in terms of story. But we’ll see what happens next and hopefully we won’t have to wait too long!

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