The following is an honest review of We Free the Stars by Hafsah Faizal and my suggested age rating.
Nasir, Zafira, and Kifah are bound for the Sultans Keep, meanwhile, Altair is in the Lion’s possession. They must all work together to restore the hearts of the Sisters of Old, but are facing struggles of their own individually. Zafira must resist the temptation and dark power of the Jawarat before it overtakes her. Nasir must face the Lion’s grasp on his father and take hold of the magic that flows in his veins. As Zafira and Nasir fall deeper in love with each other they must also put the priorities of Arawiya.
Review of We Free the Stars
This book was one heck of a ride. WOW. I loved We Free the Stars so much more than We Hunt the Flame. Because this is the sequel we were given more action and thrilling scenes and less world building. While We Free the Stars contains less world building than the first novel, it still has lots of character development.
If I am being perfectly honest I came for the story but stayed because of the romance. Zafira and Nasir’s slow burn was extremely realistic and beautifully written. I cant say enough good things about this book; it was amazing. If you cant decide whether or not to read We Free the Stars please read it.
I gave We Free the Stars 5/5 stars on Goodreads.
Age Rating of We Free the Stars
I will be giving We Free the Stars an age rating of 14 and up. Along with We Hunt the Flame this book contains little language, lots of violence, and twisted magic. This book has more romance than the first book with some implied scenes.
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