The Fair and Foul by Allie Potts, a review.

What an unexpected surprise and a great way to start my day. Of course, now I have to work doubly hard on the next one.

Note: Eric Klingenberg, a very entertaining blogger worth reading and author of the review, updated the link to his original post. Those interested can now find it at https://erick79.wordpress.com/2016/02/04/the-fair-and-foul-by-allie-potts-a-review/

Eric's blog

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This is a sci/fi book with a bit of romance thrown in. It follows the adventures of a scientist Juliane in the near future as she works for a cutting edge technology company. She and her fellow scientists come up with some amazing advancements, that will benefit mankind. As you would expect things don’t go to plan and not every one’s motives are pure.

What I didn’t like;

Well to be honest the genre, I’m not a huge fan of science fiction or romance for that matter. I found the lack of magic wands, broomsticks, dragons and young men leaving home to follow an impossible yet vital quest a bit disappointing.

What I did like;

Pretty much everything, I thought I wouldn’t like the book as I said really not my sort of thing. The opening is excellent and well judged, just enough about the heroine’s childhood for the choices…

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21 thoughts on “The Fair and Foul by Allie Potts, a review.

  1. Hey, just FYI: I really, really (did I mention really?) want to read your books! I just have to wait for a free moment which, as a full-time working new mom, I’m expecting in about 18 years. Right now, all I have time for reading are short blog posts in between barrages at work, but I swear, Allie, I will get to them in the great someday! 🙂

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    • LOL. I hate to break it to you, but word on the street is that kids today tend to move back home, at least for a couple of years, so your horizon probably is more like 20. You and I are doomed.

      I hope you do too (well I mostly do – there is a small part of me that always worries that someone will read it, not like something I wrote, and never want to talk with me again), but I am pretty impressed that you are able read as much as you do now too.

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