Night for Day

Ace: Berkley. Feb. 2024. 352p. ISBN 9780593335642. pap. $18. FANTASY
It seems like kismet when Camille and Ward are in the same city again two years after their breakup. They’ve accepted jobs in London, and once they are reunited, they realize that they should have fought harder to stay together the first time. The time apart has let them grow individually, and they know how to make their relationship work despite their differences. However, both of their new jobs are not the exciting fresh starts they were expecting. Suddenly, they are both trapped at their work while navigating a game that decides a war among the gods. Having faith in each other should be easy, but the other players in the game make Camille and Ward question their new foundation. As they learn that every choice has consequences, they have no idea who to trust when deciding which side should win the war.
VERDICT Lim’s (Sophie Go’s Lonely Hearts Club) magical tale is like a cross between Lore by Alexandra Bracken and The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes as it leads readers on a twisted journey that will keep them guessing until the very end.
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