The Night And The Land || Book Review.

Hello people. How are you??? How’s life??? I am back after celebrating my birthday. This birthday was quite different and I will write about it soon. I also have a book haul coming soon as I bought myself some books and got some birthday gifts too. So get ready for a lot of blogs if I can write them as I am tired and fed up with my hectic life. So yeah lets start this book review shall we???

I am the craziest and the biggest idiot due to my personal issues I ended up delaying this book by a year and now that I read it, I feel like beating myself up because it is the best book of 2021 for me. What was I doing not reading it???

I apologize for the delay to the author. I feel like an idiot for doing this but I am dying to read book 2 already and why is IT JUST A TRILOGY???

The Night And The Land by Matt Spencer.

•Book Description:

Author: Matt Spencer.

Publisher: Back Roads Carnival Books.

Genre: Fantasy > Horror.

Chapter: 18 Chapters.

Pages: 352 pages.

Series: Yes, The Deschembine Trilogy, Book 1).

Time: 6 hours 30 minutes.

Publishing / Published: 13th May 2019.

•Official Summary:

Among the local hippies and squatters of Brattleboro, Vermont, Sally Wildfire is on the run, hiding from her cruel, relentless family. She finds unexpected love with Rob, a bristly young man freshly awoken to alien sensations and ancestral memories of a long-forgotten realm…setting them both on a collision course with a brutal rite of passage, as the Wildfire family leaves a trail of mangled corpses on the road to Brattleboro.

•Critics Ratings.

Amazon: 🌟4/5 Stars🌟.

Rakuten Kobo: 🌟4/5 Stars🌟.

Goodreads: 🌟4.05/5 Stars🌟.

Taken from respective sources.

•My Ratings.

•My Review.

This book has my mind blasted. Sally Wildfire, who is on the run from her brutal family. Lurking among the exiles of mainstream society, Sally falls in love with Rob, a man with memories of a long left realm and placing them both on a road to a vicious ritual of passage. Meanwhile, Sally’s family leaves their imprint on the countryside on their way to Brattleboro, where the pair are hiding, marked by blood and corpses. What am I supposed to do of this book??? I can only call myself an idiot and stupid person for delaying to read this book for so long. What was wrong with me???

I don’t know what to do or what to think about this book. I have no words. This book was perfect in all ways. The character development and writing were so nicely and smoothly done. Even the side characters were well developed and that made me like this book more. I loved how each character had their own space and they were portrayed nicely. I wasn’t confused between them.

The building of a different world…just beautiful. The description, the concept, and the way the whole world was formed and the characters in it were written, you could feel like the world is real, and what more does a writer want than seeing a world so beautifully carved??? The best part of this book was the concept. I don’t read fantasy books much but the ones I have read, I can guarantee this book is my most favorite.

The conceptualization, the idea, and the portrayal of the whole story fitted well and at the end of the book, I wanted to read more of it. I don’t know why I avoided the book for so long but I now know that I am picking up the second book no matter what happens. There were some nice gory elements that I loved, the book felt all action-packed and the writer’s work was properly edited and I couldn’t find any grammatical errors.

Overall the book is nicely written with well-developed characters and a clean portrayal of each character. The writing is smooth and this might be the most perfect book for any fantasy-horror lover.

So that’s it for today. I hope you loved this review. I will be back soon with one more review and hope you all are safe and sound. Take care and see you soon, until then…

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3 thoughts on “The Night And The Land || Book Review.

  1. This book may not be for me, but I wish you a belated Happy Birthday, dear Suzan.
    Best wishes, Pete. xx

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    1. This is really not for you😂😂 and thank you so much for the wish🤗🤗

      Liked by 1 person

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