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Havemercy by Jaida Jones
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Jan 21, 12

it was amazing
bookshelves: steampunk, favorites

Jaida Jones & Danielle Bennett's Havemercy is an entirely unique take on dragons in fantastic literature with "fantasy, dragons, war, magicians, political intrigue, steampunk, alternate history, Russia, China/Japan, and shonen ai" being my list of tags for it.
Havemercy is a fast paced direct narrative told from four distinctly different voices based on an in-depth, complex world building full of unique elements. The book is highly complex, with even small details from the beginning playing a vital role in the outcome that make even an attentive reader like me flip occasionally back just to make sure it was really there (it is!).
I can't say more about if without giving utter spoilers - hence, just be warned that the backtext just doesn't give it credit.

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