Airwoman by Zara Quentin (Book Review #239)

This review was kindly requested by Zara Quentin.

Airwoman is the first young adult fantasy novel of its series and focuses on a girl named Jade. She loses her father in a brutal way, and that is when she joins the Traveller Force in order to visit the dragonverse world. Once she’s there, her mission becomes finding the truth about her father’s killer, and that is when her destiny is determined.Jade is headstrong and very determined. Jades relationship with her uncle is very interesting, and the story contains some epic style action scenes that will intrigue you to the point of not wanting to put the book down. The style of writing and wording of the story was very suitable for the young adult genre. I believe the author has done her research very well as there was no loopholes or questionable segments within the storyline. The pace was steady, and since the protagonist was smart and resilient, it made the tale to be even more absorbing.

The world setting was accomplished with care but did not possess a picturesque descriptive nature and left the reader with using its own imagination. This is not to say anything negative about the world, but to encourage the reader’s ability to improvise instead. I found this to be an enjoyable aspect of the book and found the novel approach for the plot to be admirable.

I recommend this book to young adult readers who enjoy fantasy and strong female lead characters.

Written by Jeyran Main

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