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Ash and Silver by Carol Berg
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really liked it

The leap of faith require by this book is so great that I don't think that I've seen it done before, let alone pulled off. A character that you start off genuinely not liking all that much in the first book but who wins you over (which may be becoming a hallmark of the author's?) has to be started off from scratch as a man who's lost his memory. So not only do you have to be able to see the man he was, the man he became, the man who has been erased, the man as he is rebuilt--and manipulated in the rebuilding--and the man he chooses, eventually, to be. At the same time.

Things got a bit too messy and last-minute toward the end, and I found myself struggling to remember the events of the sister series. But a bang-up job, and impressive handling on an impossible writing task.
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November 23, 2015 – Shelved
November 23, 2015 – Shelved as: to-read
November 23, 2015 – Finished Reading

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