Official Review: Bolting the Furies by Helen H. Moore

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Re: Official Review: Bolting the Furies by Helen H. Moore

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Trapping men who lived in the forest to reproduce. Really now? My mind can't contain this message right now.
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diana lowery wrote: 13 Oct 2020, 07:15 While I don't usually read fantasy, I do appreciate a good dystopian novel. The fact that you mentioned sarcasm and humor almost tempt me. I am not sure about the cannibalism though. Nice Review!
Yea, not everyone is going to like the cannibalism aspect. Thanks for finding time to read and comment.
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shravsi wrote: 13 Oct 2020, 08:06 The book is too dark for my current mind. But I will check this out when I need some dark humor and dystopia. Thanks for the great review.
You are welcome...And Thanks for finding time to read and comment.
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Cynthia Olyy wrote: 13 Oct 2020, 09:58 Trapping men who lived in the forest to reproduce. Really now? My mind can't contain this message right now.
Really crazy but alluring stuff. Thanks a lot for the comment.
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Senga only wants to find her way out of the forest; she has forgotten they were on their way to Washington to protest the injustices against women before they landed in the forest.
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I'm not sure I want to read a post-apocalyptic novel right now, but this one seems to offer some food for thought that makes it interesting. Thank you for your great review!
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This sounds like it's write up my alley! Gore, colorful writing and witty dialogue? That all sounds amazing. Great review, I'm definitely adding this to my tbr list!
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The inclusion of cannibalism and seeming inhumanity in the theme is not very appealing to me. However I’m more drawn to seeing the outcome of Senga’s quest for survival. I think it makes for a good story line.

Thank you for a well written review.
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