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  • Hunter by Mercedes Lackey

    So rare to find an original story line in fantasy these days, yet this series is indeed original, and makes for excellent reading! No surprise coming from the creator of Velgarth and the Valdemar novels; this series seems set to be similarly popular, with new-to-Lackey readers, and long-time-Lackey readers, alike!

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  • Brilliant Read!

    This book is one of the finest YA novels I have read to date. With plenty of action, a cool-headed and strong female lead, and the beginnings of a subtle love triangle, it has all the characteristics of a traditional dystopian novel, while remaining fresh and new. This book opens with Joy Charmand traveling from the little village in the Rockies where she grew up to the biggest city on the continent after the Diseray. Seems like a cliche right? Clueless village girl goes to the big sparkling city only to learn all is not as she thought ... That is not what happens. Without giving away too many spoilers - Joy grew up not in a clueless village as everyone thinks, but in perhaps the greatest center for knowledge on the continent. While lacking some social skills, and city life experience, she knows enough to figure out the politics of the city, while still remaining innocent enough to not understand why the "Cits" - citizens or city dwellers - behave the way they do.

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  • Enthrolling

    I could not put down it was so good; it grabbed my attention right from the start. Can hardly wait for the next one

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