Havenfall by Sara Holland

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

A haven for people of alien worlds.

A magical inn contains doorways leading into three different worlds. The inn is a place to meet and trade in peace. As much as it offers economic prosperity, it all hangs on a precarious balance of peace between people from four different worlds, different cultures, different magical abilities. When her uncle is injured, it’s Maddie’s responsibility to take charge and maintain the peace that’s threatened by emerging threats.

I liked the setting here. A gorgeous inn next to those alien worlds that humans can dream about, but can’t physically visit. But the magic of the inn enables them all to co-exist there. The characters, while not overly complex, were developed enough to make for a good read. Maddie had to grow up quickly here, and did a great job of it, despite all the issues that cropped up.

The plot was good and fresh. There were some parts that I’m a bit confused by, but overall, it was well written and enjoyable. There was a romance, but certain events forced it to be put on hold. The characters were ok, but I’m not as interested in them as I am with knowing how the plot will turn out.

I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.

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