Inborn (The Birthright #1)

Inborn (The Birthright #1)

I have received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an unbiased review of Inborn. 

God. This book was mindblowing. I loved it from the beginning to the end. While it did have few flaws, I’ll go into detail of this later.

If you didn’t already know, Inborn is a pretty unpopular book about a young female alien named Rosamund who lives on earth. How epic does that sound?

The author did an amazing job of making sure the reader always had something to think about. While I didn’t enjoy that there was barely any romance between any of the characters, neither did I like the cliched ending that (somewhat spoiler) the main character/protagonist becomes powerful, and she’s unbeatable, at least could be, I still enjoyed the book.

The ending, just left me amazed, by how the author could just make such an incredible plot of something that is so overused in popular culture.

I knew what was going on, the book wasn’t too confusing, it was simple and sweet. I already requested for the second book.

While I don’t typically pick up paranormal alien type of stuff, I enjoyed this a lot.

I wasn’t anticipating for such a great book from something I didn’t even know of first.


Inborn deserves a good four stars ❤ 


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