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Bold as Love by Gwyneth Jones
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it was ok
bookshelves: urban-fantasy

This was very odd. A futuristic dystopian fantasy with rock stars, it was too strange for me to really enjoy it, unfortunately.

As the political structures of England fall apart, violent coups occur and alternative regimes rise up, with our Arthurian-inspired trio, Fiorinda, Ax and Sage rising to lead the people. And give concerts and inspire the people along the way.

It's not dreadful, certainly, and I quite like Jones' writing style and her quirky characters - but this plot was too vast and weird to draw me in.

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