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Folding Paper & Spilling Ink
Folding Paper & Spilling Ink rated it 5 years ago
This is a tough book to rate - I'm rounding down because the pacing dragged a bit for my tastes. This is a very fun space western, and I admit I have a weakness for that particular blend. The world building was interesting if not terribly in-depth. The magic was subtle but enjoyable. And I appreciat...
JLS' Books
JLS' Books rated it 6 years ago
Another Sealwhiskers recommendation; I knew I was going to love it halfway through her description. "Firefly" plus "Earth 2" plus "Mad Max" plus "I Owe My Soul to the Company Store". And yet not like any of them; it's unique and fresh and fun and deep and now I have to get my hands on the prequel sh...
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 6 years ago
Miners and farmers try to survive on a company planet with the changes the planet does to them. And the company tries to stamp out the changes. The ending with the Bone Collector wasn't my favorite. And I'm not sure what I think about Rollins and Coyote. But overall I liked most of the book. 3-1/2 s...
Evaine's Books, Books and More Books
Thank you SO much, KJ Charles for bringing this book to my attention. I loved it! :) I have to say, I don't read everything that KJ recs, but I have found that the ones she recommends that catch my interest with the genre and blurb are never a disappointment.The first half and a bit of the book w...
Saturdays in Books
Saturdays in Books rated it 7 years ago
Is Dapperpunk a thing? Can it be a thing? I feel like this dapper AF badass fireball of a heroine could define the genre if it isn't already one. If I have to stick to actual genres, this is a blend of space opera and western. Motorcycles instead of horses. And, as expected, the future is not even...
Irresponsible Reader
Irresponsible Reader rated it 8 years ago
Let's just get this out there -- this is a very cool novel. If you dig SF that's not beholden to space ships and lots of future tech -- and can even handle a little bit of magic, you'll want to read this one. Tanegawa’s World is a little forgotten backwater of a planet -- think Tatooine -- so forg...
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