Split Feather - Deborah A. Wolf

#Review: Split Feather by Deborah A. Wolf @Bard_Queen @TitanBooks @lydiagittins


Siggy Aleksov sees demons and talks with creatures she knows aren’t really there. Taken from her family as a child, she is dogged by memories of abandonment, abuse, and mental health issues. Siggy suffers from a hot temper, cluster headaches, caffeine addiction, and terminal foul language. She complicates her life even more when she saves the life of a talented assassin sent to kill her. Deciding to get the hell out of Dodge, Siggy travels to the Alaska bush to find out who she really is. The answer is more fantastic that she could have imagined-and she can imagine a lot.


I wasn’t sure I was doing the right thing taking this book on, I hadn’t got on very well with Deborah A. Wolf’s previous release but I told myself this was a different sub-genre being Urban Fantasy and so it was worth a try. I was so glad I did Siggy is a marvellous character who swept me into her world and carried me off on a journey with her.

Siggy is a normal girl, except she hears voices and sees demons, and everybody thinks she’s batshit crazy, including herself. When she saves a guy’s life only to then find out he’s been sent to kill her she accepts an invite to Alaska to find out more about who she really is.

Siggy’s journey into the Alaskan bush is eye-opening, to say the least, she discovers things about herself she could never have imagined. As she discovers a family she didn’t know she had and secrets about herself that are spectacular she becomes the person she was meant to be.

There is a rich cast of characters, a deep mythology tied into the story and lots of hilarity as Siggy’s wit and sarcasm cuts through some tense moments. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of this book, not a page went by where there wasn’t something important and gripping happening on the page.

I highly recommend this book to fans of urban fantasy, this is a new and original take on the genre and I’m thoroughly looking forward to the next book in the series.

Sending huge thanks to Deborah A. Wolf, Lydia Gittins and Titan Books for the ARC so that I could read and honestly review this novel.


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TitleSplit Feather
SeriesDaughter of the Midnight Sun #1
AuthorDeborah A. Wolf
Genre: Fantasy | Urban Fantasy
Publisher: Titan Books
Publication Date: 12 September 2017
Review Format: Paperback
Other Formats: eBook | Audio
Pages: 336
Buy: Amazon UK | Amazon US | Waterstones | Foyles | Book Depository | SpeedyHen | Wordery

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I'm BrizzleLass, I have Bipolar and have been dealing with mental illness in one form or another since childhood, I was first diagnosed with depression at nine. It's not easy speaking out about my experiences, some of them are extremely painful, but if I can help even one person then I have succeeded in sharing my story. This is where I talk about my mental health among other things that interest me. I enjoy walking, PlayStation, reading, heavy metal, and spending time with my Niece.

11 thoughts on “#Review: Split Feather by Deborah A. Wolf @Bard_Queen @TitanBooks @lydiagittins”

  1. Ha!😂😂😂 You disliked and DNF’d her other book while I really enjoyed it and the opposite occurs with this one! I disliked it and DNF’d it while you really enjoyed it.

    I’ve only read and enjoyed a couple of Urban Fantasy and generally don’t get on with the genre which was my issue with this and I didn’t like Siggy either but we can’t love them all.

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  2. I haven’t got along very well with Urban… for some reason, it’s odd. Maybe I just haven’t found the book yet to prove me wrong 🙂
    The minute you mentioned Alaskan bush, though, I got a bit intrigued… I used to watch all the episodes of Bush People… 😀 if only I could give up all the modern day comforts, and was confident in my survival skills, I’d totally become a bush-people! 😀

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    1. Your survival skills are far better than mine I’m fairly certain! I’d quite like to go back to basics and live in the bush somewhere as well. Although then, no books or blog… 😣


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