You have to find yourself before you can leave.
Codi lives in the exceptionally drab town of Oath; a settlement without colour, children or personality.
When a child manifests in the library and introduces Codi to parallel towns that contain aggressive, manic versions of herself, she must decide between saving Oath…and saving herself.
After all, how much can you truly trust yourself?
A story that will take you on a crazy ride, and leave you to ponder about the meaning of life. Get ready to get lost in the forest of existential questions and moral implications.
I think it was a smart move to keep the blurb short; I plan on doing the same with my review because I don’t want to spoil anything.
Codi is a very creative girl who lives in the most boring town ever. Then a child named Codi appears in Oath, a town without kids, and tells big Codi about 3 other towns. Towns where different versions of Codi exist and live.
And so the journey begins, a journey that is full of twists and turns that you’ll never see coming. With Tyrolin, imagination has no limits.
I hope that we get a sequel, or a companion novel. I would love to revisit these characters again, and explore the events that could come next.
Down to Oath is the perfect book to read when you are stuck in a reading slump, or even while traveling.
I received a review copy in exchange with an honest review.
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