Releases: July 31st, 2022
I received an ARC, through BookSirens, in exchange for an honest review.
This is one of those books you wish was longer, at only 112 pages you’re left desperately wanting more. There is some violence within the book but I don’t feel like it’s graphically written so I didn’t create a separate “content warnings” space in this review.
We meet Trillin who’s determined to stay separated from the Endless. If the Endless were to ever take notice, of her, she’d be reabsorbed and would no longer be an individual, able to explore and evolve on her own.
Sian, a magical scientist, is excited to explore the Endless and gain as much knowledge of it as she can. Going in she knows that she must observe, maybe get some samples, but never interact…but when she keeps seeing Trillin, who looks more and more human each visit, it’s hard to keep her distance.
This was such a fun book to read as we see Trillin and Sian meet, start forming a friendship, and have feelings for each other. I adore how the author wrote Trillin and how we really get to see her learning and starting to make discoveries and decisions about her own existence. Really hoping we get to see more of Trillin and Sian in the future!