Oct 26, 2020TeensReadItFirst rated this title 3.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed by Trisha I.
I originally picked up Fable by Adrienne Young because of how beautiful the cover is.
However, the intriguing and adventurous plot along with the pirate lifestyles aesthetic of the book kept me going. After the first few chapters of the introduction, the plot was fast-paced but with intriguing details throughout the book. I was always eager to find out what will happen next, flipping pages after pages.
Fable should be the blueprint for other YA female protagonists. She is a smart and independent girl living in the vicious world of pirates. The other characters were also well written and realistic. They all have a certain edge of hardness to their personalities because of the environment they grew up with, looking out for their own people and minding their own business.
The book ended abruptly with a cliff hanger, not covering all the conflicts. They were so many interesting topics to elaborate on, such as the crewmates’ dynamic and Fable’s ability. This book is only the first part of the duology. I shall patiently wait for the next book with high expectations.
Fable is a sold 3.5/5 stars for me.