The Unnaturalists

When we moved, all my books got boxed up (again). 😦 But recently I’ve dug out some of my more recent snags and remade my reading list.

First up was The Unnaturalists, by Tiffany Trent. I first thought this book was going to be really steam punk, based on the cover. But it wasn’t really that, more dystopian fantasy.

Vespa Nyx has enjoyed her life thus far cataloguing magical creatures (Unnaturals) in the museum overseen by her father. But when she is pressured to start thinking of a future with a husband and family, she finds herself catapulted into more danger and intrigue than she ever expected.

It falls to Vespa to save New London, its people, and the Unnaturals. To do so, she has to understand and embrace who she is, a secret that’s been kept from her for her whole life.

The Unnaturalists was a quick, fun read. A nice break from the thrillers that I love. While not really filled with unforeseeable twists and turns, the story had lots of various subplots that kept the action moving and kept the story engaging.

The story has a little bit of everything–magic, adventure, romance, and heartbreak. It’s definitely a fun read for anyone wanting something that feels reminiscent of fairy tales.

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