City of Cruelty and Copper (Temperance Era Book 1) Kindle Edition
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And for the most part, I think it accomplishes that. I couldn't read this book fast enough, and I had so many questions that I wanted answered. Some of them were answered, but most were not. Which is fine, because this is only the first book in the series and (hopefully) the next part will be out sooner rather than later! I have to know what happens to Fable next.
The part that kind of threw this book off for me though was that the middle section was not from Fable's perspective. Instead, we're given a glimpse into what Temperance Day is like from the viewpoint of one of Fable's descendants. It was interesting, sure, but I'm not entirely convinced at this point that it was entirely necessary. Maybe if this was a full length book instead of a novella, and his character was developed a little bit more. I felt like it was an aside that only added a little bit of world-building and not much else.
I also thought that this whole this book could have been novel length instead of novella length, and that it was just missing a lot of information about the world and the characters. Sure, I sympathized with Fable and felt all of her emotions as if they were my own, but I just wanted more. I think this would be a really good series to read once it's all completed, and I would recommend it to fans of YA sci-fi and dystopian stories. I'll definitely be keeping an eye out of the next installment! 3/5
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Rhi has done it again. Created another world and characters you can follow and relate with. Great story. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Bill Alderfer
1st and foremost this is both a novella (shorter than a novel folks) and the 1st book in a series. That being said I really liked City of Cruelty and Copper. Read morePublished on June 27, 2014 by Kate Woods
Its very fast paced. Loved it very much. You feel for the charactors and especially for Fable. I cant wait to read the next ones.Published on June 22, 2014 by Teena Folts
I would have been very upset if I had paid full price for this. It fits into the novella category. I don't feel as if I had time to get to know the heroine. Read morePublished on June 12, 2014 by Amazon Customer
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