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REVIEW | The Foxhole Court – Nora Sakavic

“It’s not the world that’s cruel. It’s the people in it.”

I think I’m giving this 3.5 stars. I wasn’t sold on it at the beginning…

Centred around a brutal team sport that I think is similar to what very little I know of La Cross (is that even how you spell it? – I used some plastic scoopy things once in P.E. and that’s all I really know) – following an equally brutal group of people with how you’re introduced. I didn’t feel it. I considered ditching it.

But a found family vibe started sneaking in, and my gosh don’t I love that!? I’m warming to Andrew a bit at long last, and I really hope he and Neil start to get on. I also really want the anti to up. For the looming threat, not a whole heap has happened – even the big shocker (or what I assume should be) didn’t really hit.

But I kinda got into it, and with how short this was, I’m certainly interested in how this will develop – especially as the season gets underway.



2 responses to “REVIEW | The Foxhole Court – Nora Sakavic”

  1. I had never heard of this until a few weeks ago. I’ve seen people think it’s “meh” but then continue on saying it’s addicting!

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    1. I’ve heard the next ones are good. It’s not a very long book, and I wonder if that part of it. With how it ends, I feel it’s about to get real interesting 😍

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Books and food enthusiast. I discovered a love for reading in my late teens, so you’ll see me catching up on older series quite often. I also love to travel around the UK, where I live, and picking up some crafty hobbies – I hope to share snippets of this amongst all the book content. Other interests include gaming, podcasts, drinking too much tea, and trying to personify autumn.

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