There's something very simplistic about Poppy that makes it enjoyable for any age. I did find the writing had a somewhat choppy feel to it (which I think was meant to show Poppy's personality as the narrator), but the dialogue was largely well done enough to show Reed's character. There's just enough of a twist at the end to keep my interest for book two, but I also felt the ending was way too abrupt.
Despite the somewhat halting narrative, Poppy by Riana Lucas is a nice diversion. Although not on the level of great epics, this is a quick read that would be enjoyed by fantasy fans of all ages.
Poppy by Riana Lucas
Published by Riana Lucas
Poppy (The Deadly Flowers Series) by Riana Lucas is available at Amazon.com
My free review copy was provided by the author.