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- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1976559855
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- Publication Date: November 11, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B077CVL39P
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First, she falls in love with the Aspect of Hate, then she is recruited as the Aspect of love. Aspects fight the monsters from the wastes, and their names are the emotions that give them the power to fight. Therefore, since Claire is now an Aspect of Love and needs to feel love in order to have her powers, she must break up with Hate. Hate is the one who initiates it, but it still really hurts Claire. Now in a strange harsh place where she has to face the monsters who killed her mother daily, she must bond with the other grief-stricken team members, and fight for humanity.
Another amazing book with an autistic bi female main character. I love how LC Mawson includes everyone in her stories, people of different mental abilities, and people from different backgrounds. She even had a character in the story who would suffer from severe menstrual cramps, but still acted as a hero. All of this really makes anyone who reads this novel feel included.
My favorite part of this novel was seeing Claire's relationship with the other Aspects grow. Even though Serenity lost the love of her life when the former Love passed away, she never took it out on Claire/the current Love. Everyone was accepting and supportive of each other, which I really appreciated.
I received this book at no charge and have voluntarily reviewed it. Opinions expressed above are mine alone.
1. It was AWESOME to read a book with openly autistic characters who were written properly. I could ACTUALLY identify with these characters, instead of reading characters with whom I dream of identifying.
2. The story itself is inventive and different, with an interesting take on "superhero" style characters in a uniquely framed setting.
3. Nonbinary genders!
I look forward to reading the next book in the series and checking out some of Mawson's other work.
Relatable characters; what risked being a bit offputting (*all* the characters being in some fairly dramatic way unusual in addition to their powers) instead works out because the powers in this universe broadly derive from being unusual.
You might not enjoy it if you're homophobic, transphobic, or have a problem with people not being neurotypical.
I read this for free on Kindle and this voluntary review is my own opinion.
This story tells of the recruitment of a new Aspect of Love following the death in battle of the previous one, her life before and what happens after. It's well-written and the characters really draw you into the action, even when they're just at the Tower, not fighting monsters. It's an excellent book and I'd definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys fantasy books, though with F/F love themes it wouldn't be suitable for the younger readers. I can't wait to read more of the series!