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Burning Down The House By Evangeline Jennings,

  • Title: Burning Down The House
  • Author: Evangeline Jennings
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 414
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Watch out You might get what you re after A post electoral dystopia blues, BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE describes the future breakdown of a once great nation following the rise of a tiny fingered snake oil salesman.
    Burning Down The House Watch out You might get what you re after A post electoral dystopia blues BURNING DOWN THE HOUSE describes the future breakdown of a once great nation following the rise of a tiny fingered snake oil

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    1. According to the dystopian genre is the portrayal of a setting that completely disagrees with the author s ethos Typically the story will imagine a political or cultural direction someone proposes and picture the slide down a slippery slope to disaster Not mentioned, but I think a logical conclusion, is that the reader s ethos being similar to the author s is going to increase the odds of the reader viewing the book as a good read or making a good point.When I started reading Burning Down the Ho [...]

    2. Rating 5 5 Stars After an extended book slump blogging hiatus, I m finally picking up some of the ARCs I ve received over the last year One of which includes Burning Down the House, by Evangeline Jennings If you re familiar with my blog, you ll notice that I ve previously reviewed two separate works of fiction involving Jennings including First Girl on the Moon and Re Sisters This piece is the first solo work I ve read from Jennings herself and I have to say I wasn t surprised by how much I love [...]

    3. This is an Evangeline Jennings production, so you know it s not going to be a lighthearted romp Someone is going to get hurt Make that everyone This book is a grim and difficult read at this dark time of a dark year, which is exactly why we need it Jennings imagines how things might play out over not that many years if political and societal seeds planted now are allowed to flourish It s an ugly, poisonous crop.Readers of Jennings 2014 Kindle Single No Christmas will recognize the Abigail sectio [...]

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