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Indigo Rain By Watts Martin,

  • Title: Indigo Rain
  • Author: Watts Martin
  • ISBN: 9781614500995
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Paperback
  • Roulette, a young raccoon dancer, dreams of moving to Ranea s capital city state and marrying into a better life But a horrifying encounter plunges her into a momentous political struggle one that will turn tragically violent unless she and her companions can stop the mysterious Brothers of Atasos.And as if things weren t getting complicated enough, Roulette may be fallinRoulette, a young raccoon dancer, dreams of moving to Ranea s capital city state and marrying into a better life But a horrifying encounter plunges her into a momentous political struggle one that will turn tragically violent unless she and her companions can stop the mysterious Brothers of Atasos.And as if things weren t getting complicated enough, Roulette may be falling in love with an activist who s as far from her dream husband as she could get
    Indigo Rain Roulette a young raccoon dancer dreams of moving to Ranea s capital city state and marrying into a better life But a horrifying encounter plunges her into a momentous political struggle one that wil

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    1. Like Martin s other shorter works, Indigo Rain is tight and neat, a lean, precise writing that leaves you without questions The book is short and satisfying not deep or complicated, but it is the best of what it could be I can t think of any way the book could have been changed to improve it Stlll I was not moved or wow d, so the book settles at a solid 4 stars The characters are good Roulette is a little naive and quite resourceful, and I enjoyed being in her head, but I enjoyed Lisha the most [...]

    2. This has been a book I have wanted to read for awhile now, and I am extremely glad I finally got around to reading it Martin is a talented writer, and it shows in this novella The settings that Martin puts together flow off the pages and draw the reader in Given the limited page count that he is working with, he still manages to capture everything the reader needs to know about the political climate and racial tension in his world, and every piece of information is used with nothing left behind [...]

    3. Excellent suspense and thriller, with well drawn furry characters and a very believable setting.The story is told from the viewpoint of a raccoon dancer, a Procya by race, who learns the politics and prejudices of a new to her society and culture even as she is forced to find new strengths and resources within herself I d call it a coming of age except she is well experienced and not terribly young when the story began The world setting is in common with another of Martin s novellas, Going Conce [...]

    4. This was a sweet little cupcake don t ask me why we Furries call novellas cupcakes We apparently just do was a pleasant read And If I explain why I m including it in the LGBT Bookboox, I might spoil part of the ending Or maybe I just think Furry in general is covered under the plus of LGBT although, I must admit, I m starting to grow fond of the term Quiltbag.It was a nice little piece of suspense Nicely built with the magic elements slipped in nicely I might be over using the word nice a bit My [...]

    5. This is one of the first two novellas I ve read, so I haven t quite developed a feel for their pacing yet That said, this was truly excellent More than just moving with the main character of the story, you can feel what she feels, be it wariness, weariness, desperation, or even happiness Roulette is one of the best written characters I ve seen in ages, and I can t say enough about that The plot is straightforward, as it needs to be in a novella of this size, but gripping and occasionally surpris [...]

    6. I read this in a sitting it s a small, well drawn glimpse into a much bigger world, and I often wanted to peek out of the confines of the novella to what lay beyond it Raccoon Roulette falls in with a group of other animal people fighting for their rights in a human dominated city I was especially interested in this group, its varied members, and their different attitudes, and I d like to see of their adventures Some of the plot was guessable, but it s romance, so I ll give it a free pass on th [...]

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