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Orphans of the Tide review: Stunning fantasy debut full of twists, heart and imagination

Orphans of the Tide review: Stunning fantasy debut full of twists, heart and imagination 1

It has an aspect of medieval superstition with the Inquisition ruling with an iron fist, as the people revel at the opportunity of another public execution.

While simultaneously being slightly Victorian in its style, as Whale Lords wander cobbled streets full of Jules Vernian contraptions for catching sea life.

None more so than in Ellie’s cluttered and eclectic workshop, where the reader gets to enjoy seeing her grow in friendship with the boy, who she calls Seth, and their fellow orphan Anna.

This trio of heroes is wonderfully relatable, likeable and endearingly flawed just like the rest of us.

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