Life Within Parole

Life Within Parole Living in a city whose population has been quarantined and imprisoned over an eternally burning lake of fire isn t what most people would call a normal life Then there are the superhuman abilities Tho

  • Title: Life Within Parole
  • Author: RoAnna Sylver
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Living in a city whose population has been quarantined and imprisoned over an eternally burning lake of fire isn t what most people would call a normal life Then there are the superhuman abilities Thousands of people with wings, scales, telepathy, sonic blasts normal seems long gone But life goes on Eventually, everyone discovers that life within Parole is just aLiving in a city whose population has been quarantined and imprisoned over an eternally burning lake of fire isn t what most people would call a normal life Then there are the superhuman abilities Thousands of people with wings, scales, telepathy, sonic blasts normal seems long gone But life goes on Eventually, everyone discovers that life within Parole is just as real, meaningful, fun, frightening, mundane, and survivable, as any other Sometimes it s just a little intense This collection of seven short stories from the universe of Chameleon Moon gives readers a look at everyday life in Parole, and the colorful, memorable, and thoroughly human characters who call it home.

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    1. Oh I loved this a lot. RoAnna is such an amazing author, and is able to craft the most amazing characters.

    2. If you've read and enjoyed Chameleon Moon Book 1, or even if you haven't, get this collection of short stories! Get it now! You've got snippets of the characters' lives between books, including a semi-au piece, and most importantly you have BACKSTORIES. These are HUGE. Happy REGARDS and The Library Ghost are huge huge huge. If nothing else buy the collection for those two. The others give insight into some characters, but those two literally set you up for book 2. You'll meet new characters, see [...]

    3. Happy REGARDSFirst of all: I adore Jay. I love his character descriptions, his ramblings, his heart and everything. I was surprised by this story because I thought Seven has been with him for longer, but seeing them find each other was beautiful. I also loved getting to know Stefanos, and I am eternally grateful for the explanation of puns in the cat’s name, because that really confused me in Runtime.I will also never get over the beauty that is three awesome women in a relationship with their [...]

    4. You might remember that I reviewed Chameleon Moon a few months ago and was utterly blown away by how amazing it was. The sequel, The Lifeline Signal, will be out on Dec 11 and you can now read some short stories to get back into the mood and revive the story for you.Most of the stories in this collection take place before Chameleon Moon and show some great interactions between our beloved characters and give more insights into them and what is happening as well. Undead and Come Home Alone, howev [...]

    5. As always with this series, I am consistently blown away by the writing and the depths of characterization the author shows even in these little bite sized stories! While not absolutely necessary to understanding the plot of the series, these short stories provide excellent insights into the characters connections and fills in a lot of important blanks in their history. Everyone from book one gets a chance to shine in these and show off a little more of their personalities so it's a great way to [...]

    6. I loved seeing more of Zilch and Regan here and especially loved getting to see Rowan. The relationship among the three of them is my favorite.Seven the therapy robot cat is brilliant and my favorite.The godfather-goddaughter relationship between Ash and Annie is wonderful.This provided really interesting background for Chameleon Moon and character background for The Lifeline Signal, and I appreciated that the stories were clearly dated with respect to CM.

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