Publish date: June 30th 2012
Publisher: Isa K. via Smashwords
Pages no: 259
Edition language: English
Series: Guttersnipe (#1)
I had some issues, but was really blown away by the imaginative world created here. The plot and characters had many twists, it kind of reminded me of GOT where you never really know who's good and who's bad. I am going to say something that I know I will regret... the book was almost too plotty f...
The future is a mess and this version twists sex and power even more than the present one. Derek is the kind of horror that power hierarchies like to point to in order to justify themselves.Rebels were worshipped before they were put down like dogs. It provided a rare opportunity for such outstandi...
At some point, I lost my ability to suspend my disbelief and I kept looking askance at things.There were also some missing punctuation marks here and there that kind of bothered me.And while I'm at it, people "peek" over the arms of couches. "Peaking" over them would be rather odd, though potentiall...
Mindfuckery is definitely involved.
The reason I’ve never been drawn to civil war fiction or to non-fic slave narratives, is that I’m not especially interested in social commentary on slavery. I like a slave fic that looks honestly at the underlying hypocrisy of the system and doesn’t threat slavery solely as a vehicle for romance, b...
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