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Prosperity (2014)

by Alexis Hall(Favorite Author)
4.43 of 5 Votes: 2
Riptide Publishing
review 1: It took me a good long while to get into the book, mostly because I wasn't in the headspace to parse Dil's dialect, and partly because the in medias res beginning left me wondering what was happening for too long. It all came together in the end, though, and left me desperately wanting more! This book is filled with diverse, interesting characters who definitely deserve a lot more books. I'm looking forward to the rest in the series!
review 2: Considering how inexcusably whitewashed the M/M genre is (sadly erasure is alive and well even in fiction), I'm always looking out for books with lead PoC. On the other hand, there's always a bit of trepidation wondering if there's going to be some sort of exoticification/racefail happening. For the most part, I've been s
... morepared having to throw my Kindle against the wall. Besides, this is also Steampunk with a PoC hero. How often does THAT happen? less
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Review to come when I sort through my Kindle notes from a month ago. Whoopsie.
I loved everything about this book! Very happy there will be more next year.
Steampunk??? Oooooooooh, yeah! Can't wait! :D
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