Review: The Madman’s Daughter

Author: Megan Shepherd

Series: The Madman’s Daughter #1

Page Count: 420

Publisher: Harper teen

Format: paperback

Source: book outlet 

Rating: 4.5/5

Summary: Juliet is an orphan in London thanks to her father scandal that ruined the last name Moreau. Now about to be put out into the streets she enlist the help of an old family servant Montgomery, who knows where her father is. Now Juliet goes to find answer from the one man who could answer them, and get more than she asked for. 

This book I thought was going be darker than it actual was. I mean it does has it creepy moments but nothing to keep the lights on. However the story was fast paced, and had some really good twist. I also enjoyed seeing Juliet struggle with what her father was and that she maybe more like him then she cared. The creatures in this book though some are meaner then others some are sweet and your heart goes out to them. 

The romance in this was interesting to a point. Juliet was so conflicted between Montgomery or Edward and the fact that she felt a connection to them both. It was part frustrating and as you learn more about the boys it gets more complicated. 

That ending was so messed up and can’t wait to read the next book since it doesn’t involve the island. Plus I would love to see how Juliet handles all that she’s learned on the island, and of course that betrayal.

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