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Blood Heir Review- 5 Stars! A favourite from 2021!

The character development is so, so, so well done throughout the story. From Ana's grief at the start to becoming a fighter who wants to fight for what is right in the world to at the end her becoming a leader. Ramson from the beginning being selfish and out for himself to then learning about the world becoming selfless and wanting to make the world a better place. The character development is so good in the book its amazing 5/5 The plot development is also well done but a bit weaker in comparison to the character development but that's because there is so much going on. The plot of following Ana and discovering the truth about what happened to her parents and the reasoning behind it was really well done just wished it was clearer in places in regards to what was happening. But the feeling of chaos from the reader added to what the characters were feeling in the story which made you connect with them more 4/5 The World Development was gorgeous in this book! It's so good and
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