Fallacy Born to the vivid heat and unyielding sunlight of Phoenix Ray dives into her pool and surfaces in a cold lake There is no sun in Qol She has no family Ray has never existed only Laenyn Or so the mad

  • Title: Fallacy
  • Author: Morgan Bauman
  • ISBN: 9781938776007
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Paperback
  • Born to the vivid heat and unyielding sunlight of Phoenix, Ray dives into her pool and surfaces in a cold lake There is no sun in Qol She has no family Ray has never existed only Laenyn Or so the mad scientist claims But her younger sister, older and yet smaller than she ought to be, seems to remember their life rather differentlyIn the world of Rewritten, informaBorn to the vivid heat and unyielding sunlight of Phoenix, Ray dives into her pool and surfaces in a cold lake There is no sun in Qol She has no family Ray has never existed only Laenyn Or so the mad scientist claims But her younger sister, older and yet smaller than she ought to be, seems to remember their life rather differentlyIn the world of Rewritten, information is hoarded Any false move or lapse of judgment could have dreadful ramifications Each character has their own lies to tell and secrets to keep, and the struggle to cooperate despite drastic differences in their own perceptions of their world and situation sends every one of them into danger.

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    1. Well-constructed writingt sure how I feel thoughOn one hand, I enjoyed the book and found it insightful. On another hand, it felt like a disguised parable on an acid trip. SoahI don't know how I feel about it. I liked the energy magic, that's for sure. ;)

    2. I´ve known since the beginning it´s going to be 5 stars. I don´t even need to think about it. I would have given it more, if possible.It´s actually hard to review this one. Fallacy is complex, beautiful and rich. And I feel like something really hard fell on my chest, and it is still sitting there. I can´t quite explain it. If I try to see this book as a whole picture and not just details, I see only an incomplete painting. It is like the paintings with a rain of colours as their main theme [...]

    3. The Rewritten series is truly better when taken as a whole--so instead of rating this book on its own I'll just jump in with my impressions of the series so far (I've read up to Rewritten III: Evasion at the time of reviewing, and can't wait to see the rest).First of all, Rewritten is one of the most unique fantasy stories I've read in a long time. Fantasy authors, especially those just starting out, will often fall back on various tropes of the genre, but not Bauman. You have never seen this so [...]

    4. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.-I wouldn't say the story qualifies as mystery, but more of something that seemingly normal with undercurrents of the mysterious. As the voyeur, I was just at a loss to what was happening to Ray as she was herself. She doesn't know where she is, how to get home, and the only people with answers refuses to tell her anything.The tension grows and deepens. I almost wish I didn't know ahead of time that this was a piece of dystopia [...]

    5. I enjoyed this book quite a bit. The world in which the story was set was fascinating. The author also struck a good balance in doling out background about the world and its circumstances. There was always a plethora of tantalizing hints of more to come to keep me on the edge of my seat, but it didn't get to a point where so much was vague and mysterious as to become infuriating. Though there were questions, to be sure, that did not get resolved (though presumably they will in later books?), the [...]

    6. Fantasy books are currently swarming the shelves of every bookstore you can find, with dark and angsty supernatural seemingly at the top of the fiction menu. So it takes something a little different to capture the interest, and this novel provides that.The concept intrigues right from the off, and though sometimes it is difficult to engage with the young protagonist Ray, the novel has superb pacing; Morgan Bauman is a writer without unnecessary frills. one who manages the balance between descrip [...]

    7. Cumulative review for the series.When Ray slips under the water of her family's pool, she emerges in a lake in a distant land--where everyone has fantastic powers, and she's trapped in another woman's body. Rewritten is more intent than execution. In theory, it's fantastic: the worldbuilding and characterization are robust and unforgiving, both in scale and consequence; there's great diversity and intensity in the interpersonal relationships, and the dynamic between protagonists Ray and Laenyn i [...]

    8. "Rewritten I: Fallacy" is an engaging start to a series with one of the most original fantasy settings I've encountered in a while. The world of Qol is delineated by color and Bauman is very successful at emphasizing the significance of that without beating you over the head with it. The story, following a girl from our world who has fallen into another, is rife with mystery and a wonderful sense of urgency. It's a quick, easy read, but I still found myself reading faster the deeper I got, despe [...]

    9. What an excellent book. I got a bit of a slow start on it, lost in the jumble of names and places, but I hung in and am so very very glad that I did. This is not a cookie cutter fantasy tale. Bauman weaves a hard-hitting story that, while fun and exciting, also addresses difficult things like politics and discrimination. I was very impressed with the writing and am looking forward to reading the rest of the series!

    10. If you're looking for a fresh new world to spend the night in this book is for you. Bauman throws her main character into dystopian world built around a power structure based on colours, but not only that, but into a whole new body as well. The story is fast paced and the mysteries keep you around. Be ready to be grabbing the sequel.

    11. "There was a lot I absolutely loved about Fallacy. I really enjoyed the color system and the fabric system; it gives a unique atmosphere to the books. It really was a different world in the books, and Bauman succeeded in making a world entirely unlike our own." germmagazine/review-re

    12. This has to be the strangest story I have ever read. It's a little difficult to follow, more difficult to understand. Curiosity kept me reading, anxiously wanting an answer to what the heck was going on. As yet, there isn't enough to link the two worlds, but I'm guessing the author intended for us to want the next book to learn more (there's that curiosity again!)

    13. creative and unique but didn't really resolve a lot of questions by the end and I'm not sure I'm ready to read the next one for the answers.

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