Iron Cast by Destiny Soria; 376 pages
Ada’s music creates emotions and Corrine’s words create illusions. That’s how they came to be working at the Cast Iron Club. Now things are getting turned upside down at the Cast Iron and Ada and Corrine are at the center of it all.
I loved the fact that this took place in 1919. It’s the end of WWI and the lead up to the roaring 20s which automatically makes it so much more interesting to read.
The storyline was so unique. I’ve never read a book where the characters had abilities like the hemopaths did. And I loved that they were using their abilities to front an illegal club. Very mob-esque. It’s unlike anything I’ve ever read before and I loved it.
Corrine and Ada were great main characters. Corrine was the reckless, act first think later to Ada’s cautious, meticulous, doesn’t want to get caught attitude. They offset each other so well which is what made them such a great pair.
I’m really looking forward to what Destiny Soria has in store for us next. I wouldn’t mind another book about hemopaths in the 1902s!
Goodreads Challenge: 69/105
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