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Extraction (A Tale of Rebellion, #1)

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“There is no justice in convenience.”

Rethnali, a newly-minted captain in the long-standing and brutal elvish rebellion, wants to do more than keep her soldiers alive. She wants to turn the tide of the war for her people. When her old captain and mentor, Li, shows up at her camp with orders to go deep into enemy territory, she may have the opportunity to do just that.

But as
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Paperback, First, 246 pages
Published November 21st 2017 by The Kraken Collective
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Sarah (CoolCurryBooks)
Extraction is a loose sequel to B.R. Sanders earlier fantasy novel, Resistance. When I say “loose,” I mean it. You don’t need to have read Resistance first, since Extraction mostly focuses on new characters. It’s also set in the same world as B.R. Sanders’ most popular work, Ariah.

Rethnali is a young (and newly appointed) captain of a unit of elvish rebels. The war is not going in their favor. A brutal attack has just left much of her striker cell dead, and other cells are fairing just as poorly
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Claudie Arseneault
Jan 10, 2018 rated it really liked it
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It took me a long time to figure out how to review EXTRACTION. Part of this is ... I didn't get the book I expected. Extraction isn't an action-romp through enemy territory in which a small group of queer elves learn to tighten bonds. It IS a slow painful crawl through enemy territory and Bad Places in which their motives conflict, loyalties shift, relationship make and break, and the goal of their mission (and their chances of success) change with it.

The best way to approach this book is by ex
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B R Sanders is a white, genderqueer writer who lives and works in Denver, CO, with their family and two cats. Outside of writing, B has worked as a research psychologist, a labor organizer and a K-12 public education data specialist.

Other names I've published under (the whole B R thing gets tricky--sometimes periods get added, sometimes not, etc):
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