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A Slice of uietude Woven Myths #1My son 22 picked this book up from my to be read pile on his way through my ibrary er I mean the iving room When he returned it he said You really should review this one before all those others I oved it It s really great He then After launched into a near speech about the main character and her powers the various other primary characters the adventures they went on and how hilarious parts were He then asked for the next book in the series While this may not seemike a huge deal at first once you understand that this is not someone who enjoys reading it really is a big deal 95% of books he picks up are uickly tossed to the side or returned to the pile with a groan about how awful it was Clearly this is a very well written book with engaging characters and an intriguing plot I skimmed the first chapters and actually found myself chuckling and almost didn t put it back down So while I can t say I read and reviewed it myself I can say that it earned very high marks from a very picky reader and that s enough for me to feel good about five stars I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review This in no way influenced my opinion or my son s Four Stars ff mythsA really uniue book which I thoroughly enjoyed reading The author weaves a tale of mystery and illusion Throughout the novel the descriptive narrative allows the reader not only see what is happening but to almost smell the surroundings and the events taking placeNot written as an easy read the names of the characters and their positions in society are all new so the reader has to concentrate and remember where each one fits into this absorbing taleI particularly enjoyed the role of the story teller as this reinforced what had happened regarding the characters as well as understanding the roles of characters as yet unseenThe individuality of each character was so vibrant yet so believable making the horrors of deeds past and present understandable in a bizarre sort of way The one criticism I have is the conclusion which The Key of David left so many uestions unanswered that I felt almost cheated I would have preferred a decisive end rather than the inconclusive one given I will still beooking forward to the next instalment in this series Falling firmly within the fantasyaction adventure genre Sharon Cho s A Slice of uietude is a refreshing and modern take on the standard supernatural ove story The novel itself takes place in an unusual and outlandish cosmos where the key tenets of classic iterature allegiance to established authority true protection by Good Enough to Share (Good Enough loved ones and the intrinsic violence of a modern society Though the book s scenery and environment are reminiscent of the Middle Ages A Slice of uietude exists almost in its own timeless realm Cho s decision to depict two female heroes who actively choose aife of tumult and savagery acts as a welcome departure from today s similarly bestsellers that only represent the ever popular male point of viewReplete with uniue dialogue and terminology the author is careful to tread I Never Danced with an Eggplant (on a Streetcar Before) lightly on making the story strictlyove centric or action centric There are many segments that delve into the myriad of emotions that are consuming the books heroines With a steady momentum and clear talent at creating witty dialogue and descriptive situations Sharon Cho s A Slice of uietude is a must read for those who especially adore a well written well paced and creative fantasy novel Received in exchange for an honest reviewAt it s heart this is a very fascinating book The main characters Tristien and Kat are falling head over heels in Weaving Memory love but their past demons get in the way of their ability to commit and fully open up to one another For Tristien the past demons are physical for Kat they are mental I wouldove to go into depth about their issues but it may spoil the read For me the story is foremost a ove story
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the battlesfights are secondary I always enjoyed STORIES WHERE HUMANS WERE THE MOST where humans were the most thing and this novel delivers on that Alongside Tristien and Kat are two friends Cela and Kinjara Their pasts are not delved into greatly but seeing as how they are secondary characters this is not necessary What they do have are uniue characteristics that really help them eap off of The Page And Take On A Life Of Their Own page and take on a First Steps to Wealth life of their own I did enjoy this book there were some stylistic decisions that affected my read For one each character was referred to in a multitude of ways For instance Kat was referred to by nickname full name the olive woman dark haired woman the Slicer the Midnight Slicer etc these names may not be exact I was pulled from the story every time one of these was used and this happened for every character Another issue that I had was the freuent use phrases at the beginning of a sentence This would happen to a majority of the sentences in a paragraph and it would create a rhythm in reading that would pull me from the story There were a few issues that brought this to three stars Aside from all of those things though this was an engaging novel with some beautifully written sentences I will definitely be reading the next book The uietude a psychic realm accessible by only a select few is Katriyana Pusabunthri s secret for improving her deadly focus It s how she became a highevel Midnight Slicer an elite assassin But when she meets Tristien Waef inside the uietude Kat knows she s outmatched Tristien scarred from head to toe both physically and emotionally displays unheard of abilities inside the uietude In a rare move Kat throws caution to the wind and joins Tristien and her two friends the battle hardened Cela and the almost famous bard Kinjara in their travels But will the Midnight Slicers allow Kat to shift allegiances And can a budding relationship with Kat get Tristien to move beyond her traumatic past Sharon Cho s A Slice of uietude weaves a tale of mystery and illusion It takes place in an strange and outlandish cosmos where the key tenets of classic Adventures in Fetishland literature allegiance to established authority true protection byoved ones and the intrinsic violence of a modern society is known Throughout the novel the descriptive narrative allows the reader not only see what is happening but to almost smell the surroundings and the events taking place Not written as an easy read with uncomm. The uietude a psychic realm accessible by only a select few is Katriyana Pusabunthri’s secret for improving her deadly focus It’s how she became a high evel Midnight Slicer an elite assassin But when she meets Tristien Waef inside the uietude Kat knows she’s outmatched Tristien scarred from head to toe both physically and emotionally displays unheard of abilities inside the uietude In a rare move Kat throws caution to the wind and joins Tristien and her two. On names and terms being used in the story Sharon has skillfully set the various cultures that surface throughout the story With this in mind it is clear that this book reuires your full attention although at times I did find it hard to keep reading The one criticism I have is with the conclusion which Rko left so many uestions unanswered that haseft me with mixed feelings I would have preferred a decisive end rather than the inconclusive one given I will still be With Wings as Eagles looking forward to the next novel in this series however If you are unwilling to open your mind to aesbian protagonist don t bother reading this story Really It s just too awesome for you However if you are one of the enlightened massesor have hopes to bethen you seriously need to read this Take a high spirited fantasy romp and put a twist on it from our modern society That s what you re going to getSlice of uietude is written and paced well with some spots that even blew my cynical hair back There were a few things that really stuck out to me 1 There is no such thing and no need for a LGBT community in the world of Sharon s creation Like one would expect there are people that are fine with it and those that aren t but bigots are generally treated how bigots should be2 The antagonist isn t a gay basher As so often is the case in pro human rights themes the baddie isn t some two dimensional piece of trash You understand the motivation and almost start to empathize with it until it invariably goes too farthen your Edwin (The Northumbrian Thrones left feeling aittle thunderstruckThere is a The Phoenix Project love story here under the surface that boils up every now and then but it s cleverly used to break up scenes rather than act as the driving force of the narrativeMyone criticism surrounds editing and only because it did pull me out of the story a couple of times and that s around tense It s always tough to tell a story where we go from inner monologue to what happened in the past but there were a few times right at the height of action when it happened and it jarred me a bit It definitely doesn t ruin anything just took me off guardFrankly I ove stories that thumb their nose at convention First there s the LGBT thing and in most cases it s done in a heavy handed and preachy way and uietude avoids this masterfully Second there s a believable female protagonist that has some sass without being a bitch Third the antagonist isn t a two dimensional baddie with silly motivesIf you have an open mind and frankly if you re into fantasy I don t see how you can t give this one a shot It s well worth the time FourStarsA really uniue book which I thoroughly enjoyed reading The author weaves a tale of mystery and illusion Throughout the novel the descriptive narrative allows the reader not only see what is happening but to almost smell the surroundings and the events taking placeNot written as an easy read the names of the characters and their positions in society are all new so the reader has to concentrate and remember where each one fits into this absorbing taleI particularly enjoyed the role of the story teller as this reinforced what had happened regarding The Characters As Well As Understanding The Roles Of Characters characters as well as understanding the roles of characters yet unseenThe individuality of each character was so vibrant yet so believable making the horrors of deeds past and present understandable in a bizarre sort of wayThe one criticism I have is the conclusion which eft so many uestions unanswered that I felt almost cheated I would have preferred a decisive end rather than the inconclusive one given I will still be Finding a Dream (Conquest, looking forward to the next instalment in this seriesFourStarsA really uniue book which I thoroughly enjoyed reading The author weaves a tale of mystery and illusion Throughout the novel the descriptive narrative allows the reader not only see what is happening but to almost smell the surroundings and the events taking placeNot written as an easy read the names of the characters and their positions in society are all new so the reader has to concentrate and remember where each one fits into this absorbing taleI particularly enjoyed the role of the story teller as this reinforced what had happened regarding the characters as well as understanding the roles of characters as yet unseenThe individuality of each character was so vibrant yet so believable making the horrors of deeds past and present understandable in a bizarre sort of wayThe one criticism I have is the conclusion whicheft so many uestions unanswered that I felt almost cheated I would have preferred a decisive end rather than the inconclusive one given I will still be ooking forward to the next instalment in this seriesChrisChris A Slice of uietude is a rich and satisfying tale that eft me wanting It is first and foremost a Porterhouse Blue (Porterhouse Blue, love story but it is much than that It is a cleverly woven fantasy in a strange world where guilds reuire strict allegiance and good friends andovers provide resolute protection against many dangersThis book offers the reader the chance to know intimately the bond between two women who have chosen a Finding Robert Johnson life of violence and warfare in a mythical environment set sometime I would say in the Middle Ages if it were a Terranocation While there is a jarring first chapter in which the reader must uickly interpret strange new words and terminology minutes are tichs and hours are chimes ensuing action scenes that are almost cinematic result in the humbling of one major character Kat and the emergence of the other three characters Tristian Cela and KinjaraThis is a tale where strong women warriors also show a much softer side Resulting In A Story That in a story that and successfully walks the Toward the Zen of Performance line between being an action tale and a romance Indeed the physicalove scenes are so subtle they are almost non existent But the underlying emotional passages show a deft handling of the main characters inner motivations and depthThe primary story revolves around Kat The Midnight Slicer whose chosen vocation is that of assassin She encounters Tristian a scarred and tortured Butt Workouts by Chia Booty literally woman who falls deeply inove with Kat who gradually shows a reflective unconditional ove for TristianI particularly enjoyed the verbal sparring and interplay between Tristian Kinjara and Cela who uickly put the much reticent Kat at ease in their cir. Friends the battle hardened Cela and the almost famous bard Kinjara in their travels But will the Midnight Slicers allow Kat to shift allegiances And can a budding relationship with Kat get Tristien to move beyond her traumatic past “Hey This book ain’t about just that That part’s only got you two” interrupts Cela “It’s about fightin’ drinkin’ and carousing’ You know slicin’” With one arm the tall warrior slashes her two handed sword through .

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Cle In many ways their camaraderie reminds me of the dialogue between Alexander Dumas Three Musketeers who often sparred good naturedly between action scenesThere are several good turns of phraseCuriosity and Midnight Slicers had an uneasy truceDarkness shrouded the other farmhouse Occasional owls burst forth from the Darsprian Forest nearby in search of retreating rodents in the field With the night chill settling in Kat once again tasted moisture in the airOutside darkness flooded the interior momentarily then all fell silent feeling the thunder rumble their bonesThe title uietude draws its name from an unusual device utilized well by the author to depict a telepathic realm that Kat and Tristian share to mutual advantageI give A Slice of uietude five stars and Adulting 101: look forward to this author s next book I really wanted toike this book Lesbian assassin Sign me up Yeah sadly that aprt of the story wasn t enough for me Don t get me wrong the characters were well done I especially Pedal Control: Achieving Speed, Control, Power, and Endurance for the Feet liked how Tristien had scars onike everypart of her body but wasn t the broody human hating woman Poseidons Arrow (Dirk Pitt, like it is often done Kinjara on the other hand she has her uirks But reading a sentence said by her was just exhausting to me if you take aook at the description you can see what I mean She s Dmitri like that all the timeThe writing itself just couldn t hold my interest And this story takes place in a whole new world which is great but there were so many unknown things so I felt aot of the time rather confused Maybe a glossary would be helpful ONe with information about titles and peoples and everything I always Italian Riviera like it if this information is explained in the story itself but there has to be some sort of explanationIt stood out to me how often a character s full name was used Usually it is used maybe once or twice introductions aside but in this book you have no chance of forgetting a character s full name So aot of the time especially if used at the beginning of a chapter this made me feel A Beach Party with Alexis like I started a new storyAnyway you really should check this book out yourself becauseike I said it was the writing that made me file it under dnf and that s really personal tasteThe author provided me with a free copy in exchange for an honest review Thank you I almost didn t finish this book and I should have uit while I was ahead A Slice of uietude had the foundation of a good story but ultimately was a messWarning there are some spoilers belowThe story started out okay Kat is an assassin assigned to assist an amateur raiding party Anak Bajang Menggiring Angin lead by a cowardly unscrupulouseader When this thrill seeking party decides to attack an innocent family farm in the middle of nowhere Kat who is part of an assassin guild with a strict code must decide between her oyalty to her assignment or to herself Who Kat meets on this family farm includes Tristien an intriguing woman scarred on every inch of her body When we meet her her presence is palpable She exudes a uiet strength that signals to Kat that she s not to be messed withNow add in this strange uietude ayer some kind of spiritual realm Kat doesn t fully understand but can harness to assist in her assassinations and we have something interesting yeahSo where does A Slice of uietude go wrongFirst off the book ends on a cliff hanger without wrapping up the first book This made me angry Literally the book ends mid sentence using an ellipses What No no no no no Cardinal rule you have to wrap up the main conflicts introduced in that book or you Havana - Tile Designs. 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(1Cdrom) ll be chased with pitchforks Secondly this is an indie book that feelsike one I m a big fan of indie as ong as it #S IN A POLISHED FORM IE GOOD FORMATTING MINIMAL #in a polished form ie good formatting minimal easy reading style etc This one isn t This could sometimes be due to awkward sentence structure to repeatedly saying cumbersome full names or terms to having to orient my head to what space I m in to being confused about a character s actionsSomewhere between the first and second act of the story Tristien got a obotomy because she was not the same person between the two acts at all In the first act we re in Kat s head and the 2nd we re in Tristien s so of course we d get a different perspective but a person shouldn t be completely differentAs the story unfolds Kat becomes wooden as a character instead of The Butterfly and the Baron less and even at times is unlikable For example her assassin s guild recruits their members as children and rapes them to toughen them up She was one of those children and now as an adult she s okay with carrying on this tradition though she only rapes people her own age What The assassin s guild is ruthless towards its own members than towards its assignmentsand Tristien is ateast as appalled as we are as readers but F me it s no cult I want to be part Kat never uestions her allegiance even as she s introduced to other ways of beingAnd at one point for some odd reason Kat decides to uestion Tristien s past by saying that the gods Tristien supposedly met throughout her Snow Monsters Do Drink Hot Chocolate (The Bailey School Kids Junior Chapter Book, life were metaphors instead of real beings What Kat is supposed to be completely in Tristien s thrall she sees how vulnerable Tristien is due to her trauma Kat herself constantly goes into a spiritual realm Tristien s friends act as witnesses to these gods and Tristien is in a physical state that only could have had supernatural intervention Why is she uestioning It s not as if she comes from a practical science based non spiritual viewpoint I think she even has a god of assassin s of her ownI just forget by now Add to the odd a strange foil is introduced in act 2 and he s NOT Tristien s arch nemesisso in the 3rd act I m expecting to finally meet the arch nemesis who inflicted Tristien s trauma but no this strange foil comes back as a final villain Why She already rejected him So strangeFor the romancedon t bother Kat and Tristien are attracted to each other but except for Kat hanging around to pull Tristien out of her panic attacks not aot happens In fact nothing happens except for one kiss right before the final ellipsesAnd nope none of the main arcs are wrapped up We don t meet Tristien s perpetrator we don t see Kat earn up We don t meet Tristien s perpetrator we don t see Kat earn the uietude we don t even get to the final destination of their journeyArghThere are kernels of good in this story but the execution just didn t do it for me Can t recommend. He air” Tristien sniffs “Fighting and drinking isn’t going to sell the book The uniue aspects will” “Presentation factors as well A bard” says Kinjara bowing “The honor should thus drape across the bard’s shoulders” Clearing her throat she stands up “Love and redemptionthrills with chills devious deities along with myths of yore and Atlas of Anatomy lore build foundations upon which ‘A Slice of uietude’ rises” Kat neverooks up from sharpening her daggers. ,

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