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We the Separate Together

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The Pyramid is the tool the Minister of Justice uses to punish violators of the Unclean Law. Most do not live long afterwards. Those that do are the marked ones, living isolated, and waiting for death.

Coming face to face with such brutality, the Mistress Regent Anselma, finds herself in a world she has never known where the half-blood witches are not extinct, the legends o
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Kindle Edition, 75 pages
Published June 21st 2013
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Zarah
Jul 28, 2013 Zarah rated it it was amazing
I'm always a little sceptical of stories that try and address social inequality through fiction. It's just far, far too easy to do it badly. My experience has shown me that what is often really being said in the sub-context of such works is simply,'live like us.' A more ethnocentric theme would be hard to find. We the Separate Together is one that managed to get it right. It managed to create an obviously unequal society without feeling it necessary to make it recognisably correlative with a his ...more
Charlie Kravetz
Jun 27, 2013 Charlie Kravetz rated it really liked it
This review is for the Kindle edition ebook.

Disclosure: I was given my copy of this book by the author as a review copy.

A very compelling story that draws the reader into it.

The rich and the poor, the whites and the blacks, the haves and the havenots. This is a story of love, but it is also a story of ignorance. One race against the other, the Mistress Regent is the only person that can prevent war and unite the country.

This story leaves room for the reader to think about what they might do in s
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Lexie Conyngham
Jun 26, 2013 Lexie Conyngham rated it it was amazing
We the Separate Together is a thought-provoking fantasy novella, set in a country where one race tries to dominate and extinguish another, an all too familiar scenario in our world history. The two peoples are well-drawn, with the decadence of the dominant race highlighted in their imaginative, artistic and deeply disturbing violence towards prisoners. Viner’s language is accomplished and elegant. I felt that the plot and setting had the scope to be a novel rather than a novella, as the format ...more
Heidi
Mar 11, 2014 Heidi rated it liked it
a very short disturbing story on oppression. in order to do this book justice it needs to be a bit longer
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Making Connections: 1574. WE THE SEPARATE TOGETHER by Jaye Viner 1 10 Aug 17, 2013 09:13AM  
Jaye is a writer of experimental novels of literary and historical merit.

Born in Kobe Japan, Jaye was destined for a life of wandering both physically and mentally. She can only remain home two to three months at a time before wanderlust takes over. It has yet to be discovered how fully this need has influenced her writing.
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