Book Review: Mister Impossible by Maggie Stiefvater

Mister Impossible

Two dreamers seek to save themselves and their kind in the face of their own deadly powers and those who hung them because of their dreams.

Favorites:

  • Just as with book 1, the world building, character development, and setting were magnificently crafted.
  • I was captivated from the first sentence and could barely put it down.
  • I sympathized with both sides of this war given the conflicted characters seeking to discover and destroy the dreamers.
  • I hadn’t guessed the twists surrounding Bride and the hunters, and I was pleasantly surprised.
  • I find this author to be akin Stephen King but for a younger audience. The people she influences, the situations in which they land, and the complex worlds in which they live are easy to get lost in.

Least Favorites:

  • Not a thing.

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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