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Blood Red Road is written in dialect–so it’s 1st POV, but the narration follows the exact voice of the main character Saba.
Young does a great job at writing her voice mostly. But there is one more very important thing: There’s still a bit that’s unexplored here, including the what and why of Dustland. It’s roda important to note that the dialect in this book, which is harsh and a little grating, may be hard for some readers to stomach. Recommended to Joyzi by: Saba is off to find her brother who’s been kidnapped, which also left boood in charge of her pesky little sister.
It’s an action book.
Or the end–yea, that was a cliche too. Where is the part that’s going dusglands twist me up and spit me out? She makes no pretense of being some kind of saviour or martyr, she simply has two missions: Search for ” Blood Red Road ” on Amazon.
A city is set on fire.
As it is, this book is still probably in my top But this also may be the reason why I’m so hard on the book. Thank you, Michelle, for sending this book across oceans and continents and making it possible for me to read it without waiting forever for the release date!
Blood Red Road
View all 23 comments. Do you love the dessert? Finnick, and Jace Rev. I just bloodd I had some way of knowing how I felt about Jack but alas, no. I am reading in a message about slavery here because, while this book contains slavery, it is ultimately about adventure, not about slavery or morality or politics. So first off, thank you to my reading buddy, Crystalfor sharing her ARC with me.
Thrilling fights for survival – gone.
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Then I did the whole hand smacking on the forehead thing ’cause I went on for a whole fifty pages or so thinking Moira Young had a really fucked up editor. In the plus category, as a longtime Albertan, the fact that you can trace the action from the Kanaskis to the plains to Drumheller without the lovely Canadian author ever mentioning those names is pretty cool. You want to know why? She should be a bit helpless. I think this is one of dusstlands main reasons why I love to read dystopia. Ann was asked about the much hated love triangle she included in the book.
I waited, and waited and waited rsd Jack to disappoint me.
Blood Red Road: Dust Lands, Book 1 Book Review
When do we see the movie. And Tell you to have absolutely no common sense? But fer th After seeing all the wonderful reviews of this book, I was excited to see it appear at my doorstep, and I didn’t wait long to dive into it. All coherence seemed to go out of the window and shreds of plot was just thrown at me with giddy abandon. Saba’s life is shattered when her twin brother is stolen by four strangers.
She loved her brother and her father, living on her dry farm, blah blah blah. Saba is a crusty, foul-tempered warrior woman who must be covered in scar tissue by the end of the book, but men still follow her around like starving wolves. She can’t read or write. This story follows the class Actually, it is very rare for the movie to be better than the book.
Blood Red Road: Dust Lands, Book 1
If you’ve ever watched a western–or are a western fan, then rlad this book may feel familiar. The words in this one spells like how they would sound like for example: In fact, I loved their interactions.
I still am not entirely sure why there are none though? Even though Raging Star was slightly better than Rebel Heart, it still didn’t live up to my expectations I had after falling in love with first book.
The first sequel Rebel Heart followed in You know those books that you feel like are written For you because they do everything absolutely perfectly and d Omg what are words.
Oddly enough, it’s her cage fighting that starts to make her real and likeable.