Review: Aquicorn Cove by Katie O’Neill

Aquicorn Cove 1-- bookspoilsNot only does this book feature mind-bending gorgeous works of art, it holds so much meaning in its pages. Usually, books that evoke such truly beautiful pieces tend to not have an exciting storyline to tag along, but this is where Aquicorn Cove comes in to shake up the status quo.

I was already keen on the premise alone, courtesy my unshakeable love for the ocean, but the fact that Aquicorn Cove also addressed the harms in fishing ocean creatures and the dangers of plastic had me practically cheering out loud. WHOO!!Aquicorn Cove 7-- bookspoils

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This is one of those reviews were words needn’t be written because the art speaks for itself. I mean:
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Aquicorn Cove 5-- bookspoilsThis stilled my mind from all racing thoughts.Aquicorn Cove 2-bookspoils

Aquicorn Cove 6-- bookspoilsThe beauty and power of that first panel stopped me cold, for some reason.Aquicorn Cove-- bookspoils

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I zoomed through this short read without even trying because IT’S JUST THAT GOOD.

One last thing: Aquicorn Cove knows how to evoke real emotions, make characters feel completely real, and seamlessly captures intricate details that had a calming effect on me.

ARC kindly provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

Publication Date: October 16, 2018

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