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Green is supposed to seem like some really wicked killer who is somehow still sensitive, deep, and smart.
That's what happened with this book, and having committed so much time and energy to reading as much of it as I did I feel a review is justified.
One other thing his grammar was a little off too throughout the story it was very awkward at times to follow what he was writing.
Very good story but it tugged at my heartstrings for such a young child to be sold and very harshly trained. There is a bigger story here that slowly develops and grows. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Beverly D Benitez
Told from the point of view of a younger girl who is sold by her father.
While I'm not prone to reading books with lead females, I did find this book interesting. Read more
I loved this book the moment that I saw the cover and read the premise on the back. It was exactly what I was looking for at the time, and I definitely think that this series... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ryo Hazuki
Imagine if a Tom Clancy novel, with their multiple plotlines and character-collision architecture was told entirely from the point of view of one character, and in first person,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. B. Murphy
Jay Lake is one of the few male SF/F authors who can write a convincing female character, and this book has many. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Matt Bamberger
The Green Trilogy
The only depressing thing about this trilogy is that it appears to be finished. Read more
Green, by Jay Lake, follows the sometimes horrific, sometimes savage, sometimes victorious story of its titular first-person narrator. Read morePublished 16 months ago by B. Capossere
Unlike others who've reviewed 'Green', I didn't have a problem with the sex scenes/themes. Read more
I was drawn to the book cover and the detailed description of "Green" and her story. But the synopsis was misleading, the characters lacked depth and much more back round should... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mystique