Saturday, January 9, 2016

Blood and Salt By Kim Liggett

Blood and Salt (Blood and Salt, #1)Blood and Salt by Kim Liggett
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Blood and Salt, was a fantastic literary roller coaster. All of the unexpected twists and turns lead to one moment- the end of the book. This journey wasn’t melancholy, it was fully of excitement, and emotions. Kim Liggett creates a story unlike anything that I have ever read before. Ash and Rhys are normal twins living with their mother in New York, until their mother disappears leaving Rhys and Ash with very little idea of what really happened to their mother. Ash and Rhys takes a journey to the place that their mother grew up-Quivira, Kansas. Quivira is a cult that is completely surrounded by corn the corn is keeping everyone “safe” by trapping them. Ash and Rhys have to play along with the thoughts and beliefs of the native people. Ash has to choose between her destiny and her true love, Dane.
This book has left me wanting to know more about Ash and Rhys’s Journey. Blood and Salt “carved out my heart and threw it into the deepest ocean.” I absolutely love this story and can’t wait to read the next book!

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  1. Amazing review! This sounds like it would be a really fun book to read around October with Halloween and everything ;). I hope you enjoy the next book!

  2. I love that you used a quote to say how much you loved it, haha. I've heard good things about this book. I'll have to check it out soon!

  3. Ooh, yay! I'm glad you loved this one. I've had my eye on this for a while and I hope to read this one soon!

    1. It was a fantastic read! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! :)

  4. I've seen this one pop up and it seems interesting. Is it creepy/scary?

  5. It's creepy but not scary, once you get through the first few chapters it gets a little less creepy.

  6. Ooh, I own this one but haven't gotten to it yet. I actually won this in a giveaway but I'm not a big fan of creepy stories haha.

  7. Oh I wish I got to read this. It seems so intense and sad. I want it. Lovely review :D