|| REVIEW || This Savage Song & Our Dark Duet.
Genre: Fantasy. Monsters. Instruments. ( featuring the best Father figure)
A few months ago, August Flynn was nothing.
And then a sin was committed, and he was born; one of the most powerful creatures alive in the shape of a human male.
He will play you a melody and steal your soul, but trust me, he’s more merciful than the others of his kind, because unlike August, not all monsters are born with a kind heart or into a loving human family.
Sunai. Malchai. Corsai.
Three creatures born in the form of humans out of the sinful act of murder. The more brutal the murder, the more powerful the monster.
The story’s idea just blew my mind. I kept thinking: “wow. Just how did the author think of such a concept!” From every sin another is born, either a little less human or a little more human. Everything about the story made me wonder. The mentally disturbed characters; how someone who’s very not human is a lot more humane; the shades of darkness murder gives birth to.
Being born because of something horrible doesn’t mean YOU’RE horrible. You chose who you want to be, that’s what this story is about. Whether you’re a monster in the form of a boy, or a girl who’s father is a lunatic, it’s all up to you at the end.
This is a heart-tugging, thoughts-igniting, humanity-awakening story that I think everyone would learn a lot from and enjoy.
Who’s your favorite father figure?
Mine is Henry Flynn, a father who would die for what most call a monster.