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Ice Song by Kirsten Imani Kasai
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Aug 22, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: fantasy
Read in November, 2010

Very intense book, intriguing premise.

the review I posted on Snip:
This book was SO GOOD, I find myself very reluctant to return it the library. What if I NEED to read it again, some more, incessantly, every night?!?! The lead character, Sorykah, is a mother of two kidnapped babies, an ice-drilling engineer...and a Trader who can switch back and forth between genders. Her world is also populated by Somatics, people who are part human/part animal, and her search for the twins finds her making unexpected alliances.

As with so many books I love, it was rich in detail to the point of tactility; the characters were heartbreakingly real in all their aches and pains and loves and hates. I believed in the world and the story and the quest and the emotions. It all came alive.

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