- File Size: 1306 KB
- Print Length: 119 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: July 31, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MAX4XQ2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #247,536 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
S-Duality: A Marauders Novella Kindle Edition
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By: Lina Andersson
This novella evoked quite a few emotions and really made me fall in love with Sisco, who is an “older member” of the MC. This novella is Sisco’s story and while some of the story is set in present day Greenville, Arizona, the majority of his story takes place in Seattle, 25-30 years ago. So we do get to see some of the MC guys and their women, but this story isn’t about the MC.
Sisco and Trudy met at a party, and from there, they set everything afire, fast and furious. Their relationship blossomed quickly and grew into something deep and serious, that neither one was suspecting. But at the same time, neither was afraid of it because it just felt right.
Sisco and Trudy were in Seattle when the music scene was just a baby and the musicians were paid in beer & pot. Art was something that was done for the love of it & it may not have any true meaning & it didn’t matter if the artist made a lot of money or not. People struggled to make ends meet & work “regular” full-time jobs. They were also there when the “grunge” music scene blew up.
But the love that Trudy and Sisco had was the one-of-a-kind that that people don’t get over or are ever able to find again. I’m not going to give anything away, but we know from the first two Marauders books, Arrow in Time and Perfect Collision, that Sisco is alone and without a steady woman. Though it breaks your heart, you will love him even more.
This is my least favorite book so far, probably because I never liked grunge rock and the swinger lifestyle doesn't appeal to me. It's a heart wrenching story of love and loss and coming to terms with that loss. The book ends with the birth of Mac and Vi's first child but doesn't further the MC timeline otherwise. It's a novella designed to fill in the gaps of background for one of the MC members who is Treasurer and recently did jail time. It can be read as a stand alone and is complete, no cliffhanger.
Another interesting installment in the Marauders series. One of the technical skills Lina Andersson has is the ability to imbue each character with a distinctive voice, vocabulary and tone. This book is a great example of that skill, giving a richly textured story, mostly in the character's memories, that feels distinctly different than the first two Marauders books -- but still a part of the series.
It's a sad story with a satisfying ending. For those of us alive and partying during Grunge, it's an interesting spin on the era and the events.
Strongly recommended for fans of the series.
Lina Anderson is not only a writer/author but a story teller as well and as far as I'm concerned you can't get better than that!!!!