The War in the Waste

The War in the Waste Crispin Is A Circus Baby, Born In A Caravan, Working As A Daemon Handler And Aerialist Until An Accident On The High Wire Casts Him Out Into A World Even Stranger Than The Circus That Nurtured Him Crispin Falls Headlong Into The Arms Of Rae, An Orphan Girl Of Equally Exotic Origins And Soars In Daemon Powered Biplanes Over The Wastelands Of The Raw, Joining The Awesome Battle Between Ferupe S Slow Dying Queen And Her Adversary, The Lizard Significant

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  • Paperback
  • 440 pages
  • The War in the Waste
  • Felicity Savage
  • English
  • 16 September 2019
  • 9780061056789

13 thoughts on “The War in the Waste

  1. says:

    By looking at the publication history for The War in the Waste, it is clear that it was once trade published and has now been re released as an ebook.This is no surprise.Ms Savage s prose is simply beautiful It s lyrical at times, always well constructed, and flows along without interruption It s not abstract enough to be literary, and it s far too genre for that, but it s clear that every passage was written with a sort of loving care that I don t often see in fantasy.The War in the Waste is Part One of the Ever trilogy The book s description covers the overarching plot fairly well, so I won t double it here The world is a strange blend of fantasy and industrial revolution with magic well thought out and believable both in its strangeness and its familiarity Many things are still not clear, but there are two books to handle that Keeping track of all of the different places and names for things can be a bit overwhelming, but it s clear that Ms Savage trusts her reader to keep up, and does little to coddle them It s a trait I very much like.I don t think I ve ever read a book like this one The characters are both charming and believably flawed Some things seem to happen so quickly that you have to go back and re read a passage to make sure that you really read what you just read.It s hard to judge the merits of an overall story when Book One is clearly just the first third of the whole thing I can t comment on the ending, because there isn t one it flows straight into Book Two This is not a problem, just the way it s written.The War in the Waste is a difficult book to describe It s enchanting, mesmerizing and, at times, shocking I can t remember the last time I read a book with such lovingly crafted prose All I can really say is that if you re looking for something different in fantasy from an author who really knows how to write, you should check out The War in the Waste I ll be picking up Book Two in short order.

  2. says:

    This book does a great job of creating believable and interesting characters and placing them in an imaginative world Where it s a bit weak is in how the plot only very slowly and slightly haphazardly starts to acquire some narrative drive A lot of the novel comes across as a string of interesting, but not particularly necessary, scenes I did enjoy it, and it was an interesting contrast to the book I tried to read immediately before it In that one, the plot kicked off quite smartly but the writing was so dull I quit after 30 pages This story managed to keep me intrigued even though it took ages before I felt like the plot was going anywhere in particular.It unfortunately also proved to be only the first portion of the story You d have to read the sequels to find out how things end I probably won t bother, but this book would be a good lazy beach read It s the sort of novel that you can while away a few hours with, or fall asleep under, and you won t feel the time was wasted, either way.

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