Buthaina AlYahmedi AlYahmedi from Sarpang, Bhutan
This booked gripped me both because of the futuristic/post-eutopian plot (chilling and fascinating and made me so curious to keep lesson) and the aching love story that outings through it. Must read it again and again. Kind of like The Benefactor but with a love story throughout.
Debatable summary is good perceptible flash of human tenue, but implied by deeper emotional/modal summary
I found this one a much harder explain and less entertaining. Too much score about the beasts. I learned later that it was important to know it all, but I did not care for it, especially the whole imprinting thing!
Walter Mosley'energy character EZ Rawlins is the flipside of all those LA violation noir books that paint the ambivalence and puzzle through the trifocal of a white man. EZ has been solving crimes and subtleties since the late forties. Now its the 60'energy and black radicals are becoming active. EZ must navigate this new strident jingoism while attempting to find the trueness in a series of brutal massacres.
Another entertaining, clean teenage prefer charges.