Audiobook Review: The Keeper of Night by Kylie Lee Baker

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Title: The Keeper of Night

Author: Kylie Lee Baker

Release Date: October 12th, 2021

Page Count:357

Start Date: August 7th, 2022

Finish Date: August 8th, 2022


Story: I found this book very interesting and enjoyable. We follow a girl who is a reaper in England. She’s of mixed heritage though so she’s looked down upon. Something happens and she finds herself fleeing England to Japan in hopes to embrace her other heritage. I find so many cultural references that made the book a little educational to me. I wanted to go research some things that were brought up in the book. I will the next time I read it.

Characters: I really loved seeing the dynamics between the characters of this book. I sadly have forgotten the names. I’ve read a lot of books this month. My favorite character was the little brother. I wish I could have seen some parts of the book from his point of view in all honesty. I think it would have helped with the story.

Critiques: None

Narration: Narration was amazing. I hope they narrate the sequel too. We shall see.

Final Thoughts: I really enjoyed this book very much. I do have to say that there is a cliffhanger at the end and the sequel hasn’t been released yet. If you’re a person who has to have the next book to read immediately, I would keep that in mind. I honestly am, but I really wanted to dive right into this book. I mean look at the cover! I know you’re not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but I couldn’t help it with this one. It’s so gorgeous! I’m looking forward to finding people to discuss this book with!

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