I did enjoy this book, the idea of being taken to another world is always a good one and I was fascinated to seen just how this particular story panned out. I did enjoy the reactions of the main character as being completely floored by being dragged into another world and danger against her will.
The world building was interesting and there were many interesting concepts contained within the book, however, I did feel that there were problems with the narrative. I felt really badly for the main character, who loses all agency and freedom within the course of the book. She is essentially kidnapped and forced into a telepathic union. She is pushed from pillar to post with no explanation and she achieves nothing on her own merits.
While I did enjoy the book, I do feel that the character gave in too easily and the burgeoning 'romance' felt clumsy. I don't understand why she would be willing to help these people when she has no reason to, particularly as she is never going to be able to go home and her 'rescuer/guard' is fairly bland.
Despite the above, I will read the sequel as I am willing to find out what is to come next.
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