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  1. Is the audiobook good? I planned on reading this as a physical ebook but might go for the audiobook if it’s a good one. πŸ™‚
    Stephanie @ Bookfever recently posted…Review: Circus of Scales by Constance RobertsMy Profile

    1. I’m really glad I listened to this one on audio! The audio adds even more whimsy and magic I think. Also, I have to admit that it was a slow read, and I’m not sure I would have finished it if I’d read the physical copy – but on audio it went along smoothly.

  2. This book was very whimsical, but I have to admit I didn’t enjoy it nearly as much as The Night Circus!

    1. I just finished it, and I agree that though I thought the writing was still gorgeous, I liked The Night Circus more πŸ™‚

  3. It took me awhile to get through The Night Circus, but I really loved how lyrical the audiobook was! It was a book that needed to be taken slowly, you know? It seems like the writing style is similar for this one. πŸ™‚

    Lindsi @ Do You Dog-ear? πŸ’¬
    Lindsi recently posted…The Sunday Post [41] + Batch of Books GiveawayMy Profile

    1. I felt the same about The Night Circus! And The Starless Sea definitely has the same lyrical writing syle, definitely needs to be read slowly to fully appreciated πŸ™‚

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