That was how The Labyrinth Wall felt to me. Characters that only felt like they were there for the story.
At most times I had trouble connecting with the story and characters, and because of that I dragged through most of the book, getting bored at the conversations and new discoveries. The premise of this book was okay, not what I would've hurt people to get my hands on, but it promised a fresh world and story. However, for the most part, I could only fathom out parts of what was going on in the story. Maybe it was my disinterest in the story as I just couldn't get into the world that Emilyann has built, even though I tried to.
The relationships forged in The Labyrinth Wall didn't help either. Most of them were too bland with the exception of one -I particularly liked how the group of Mahk that Araina discovered later in the story, banded together. They were what brought life into this otherwise monotonous story, as I could understand their closeness to each other.
- Readers who are looking for a different plot or concept in a story, which this book has potential to offer.
- Readers who have an interest in stories that include adventures in a labyrinth.