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In a novel, there is more room in which to flesh out characters, develop the plot, and portray the intent.
I really loved the world created by author Jaine Fenn and was intrigued enough by the characters that I am keen to read her previous work and find out more about them.
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Admittedly, I should have checked the page count, so my bad. All four stories total up to less than eighty pages, most books I get with short stories run more than 80 pages each. Read morePublished 21 months ago by TheFrey
When I picked up this book and realised it was a sequel of sorts (same characters that appeared in a previous book by the same author) I was a bit worried that, having not read the... Read morePublished 23 months ago by RickyB
Having not read any of Jaine Fenn's novels, I was a little worried that a collection of short novellas would leave me with questions about the city of Kesh. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is a collection of 4 short stories that make for an amazing novella style read. Before reading Downside Girls, I had never heard of Jaine Fenn or her "Hidden Empire" series. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Holly @ Geek Glitter
I think writing a quality short story is harder than writing a quality novel. In a novel, there is more room in which to flesh out characters, develop the plot,... Read more