The book is a work of literature: A girl unknown of her past- If she even had one! -Goes working for her apparent father, collecting... Teeth?! What doesn't help the fact that her father...is..is... A Monster! A Chimera! How could a monster- A devil! -Possibly be a father to this unknown girl with blue hair growing unnaturally out of her scalp, with tattooed markings on her. Who is she? 𝑾𝒉𝒂𝒕 𝘪𝘴 𝘴𝘩𝘦? Later, she discovers a hidden love for a murder, A corrupted man, A war which she never wanted, and... The Truth.
However saying all this, the book was great in the beginning and dulling-out in the end. If you're a fan of long backstories, magic, and piecing together mysteries to form a puzzle with pieces still missing (It's a Trilogy) Then this book is for you. (I like a puzzle to complete, but long backstories- not so much.)