Book review: These rebel waves (Stream Raiders #1) by Sara Raasch (Did not finish)

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These rebel waves (Stream Raiders #1) by Sara Raasch

Genre: YA, Fantasy, Adventure, Historical

Rating: Did not finish

(Review)

(DISCLAIMER: This review is based on my opinion only.)

Benat (Ben) is the crown prince of Argrid and watched his uncle being burnt to death because of treason- by giving money to it’s Grace Loray, the rivalling country that Argrid is fighting against. He has a secret obsession with Grace Loray’s magic.

Adeluna (Lu) is a soldier that helped Grace Loray overthrow it’s oppressor, Argrid.

Devereus (Vex) is a pirate and Steeam raider that runs rampant on Grace Loray, pirating the island’s magic to sell to the black market.

The world building felt as though it was thrown all at once, it wasn’t gradual since the story was trying to focus on all the different perspectives (which might have been too many). I definitely think that there were too many POVs that distracted the relationships between the characters and the focus on the story.

By chapter 4, I was confused and bored. I also didn’t hear a ton of good things about this book and a ton of people were disappointed since this book was supposedly rumoured to have gay pirates, but there was very little mention of it.

Have you read this book? What are your thoughts and opinions? Leave a comment down below! 🙂

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4 thoughts on “Book review: These rebel waves (Stream Raiders #1) by Sara Raasch (Did not finish)

  1. amysreadingnook says:

    Ohh this is disappointing! I liked the look of this book but not sure I will bother now – I haven’t really seen much about it anywhere to be fair! Thanks for sharing your thoughts 💛

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