The Bone Season The Bone Season, # By Samantha Shannon
Enjoyed this just as much the second time, though could do without the ‘Stockholm syndrome’ type romance. I do have three personal issues, which I’ll hide in spoiler brackets are below, but just know that it never really detracted from my reading experience. I was a little overwhelmed at first – there is SO much world building, and so quickly, that it kind of feels like i was being thrown into the deep end with really no idea about what was going on. But eventually the story became easier to get into.
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But that doesnt mean this isnt entertaining in its own right. The writing is technically well-done, the action scenes are acceptable, but is entirely too dependent on the use of Deus ex Machina as a plot device. The Bone Season introduces a compelling heroine and also introduces an extraordinary young writer, with huge ambition and a teeming imagination.
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However, when everything does eventually fall into place the complexity of it all will just blow you away. The Bone Season has been classed as an ‘Adult’ book by the publisher, but it definitely has crossover appeal. When I first heard the term ‘New Adult’ this is what I thought it would be. I was hoping that it would cover a wide range of genres, not just contemporary as it does now.
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- Paige can leave her body and invade the dreams of others.
- Particularly in the beginning it felt almost as if the protagonist was reading me a textbook on the world, people’s abilities and Floxy .
- And this book, while technically acceptable, is in no way comparable to the enjoyment I had from reading the first of the Harry Potter series.
- This separation has caused Clairvoyants to be outcasts, so in order to survive Paige Mahoney works for Jaxon Hall, a criminal Mime Lord and leader of the Seven Dials.
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Her captors take her to a place where she didn’t know existed and there she will find a world that she never knew existed. Set in 2059, Scion London has separated humans into Amaurotics and Clairvoyants . This separation has caused Clairvoyants to be outcasts, so in order to survive Paige Mahoney works for Jaxon Hall, a criminal Mime Lord and leader of the Seven Dials. Paige is a “Dreamwalker”, a rare and and she uses her ability to break into minds.
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But the narration was the least of my troubles with this thing. It was okay, actually, with some good writing and a distinctive voice. But the heroine was bland to me, making dreadful decisions, wisping this way and that, pushing and pulling in whichever way the plot demanded. One thing I did really love were the characters.
I always hate it when characters act stupidly contrary like this. School is expected, as are following the rules. Nobody likes it, but we do it because it’s the mature thing to do.