Book Review: Empire’s Daughter by Marian L. Thorpe

Many thanks to The Incessant Bookwork for this lovely and insightful review of Empire’s Daughter!

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daughterTitle: Empire’s Daughter

Author: Marian L. Thorpe

Published: 2015

Pages: ebook

Genre: Fiction

Format: Ebook from the author

My rating:  3.5/5

Review:

‘“But the world changes. In all the women’s villages of the Empire, this week or next, a soldier like myself will arrive to ask to live in the village, to take up a trade.” Casyn paused, for a breath, a heartbeat. “And to teach you and your daughters to fight.”
With those words, the lives of Lena, fisherwoman of Tirvan village, and her partner Maya change irrevocably. Torn apart by their responses to this request, Maya chooses exile; Lena chooses to stay to defend her village and the Empire, although the rules of the Partition Assembly many generations earlier had divided and circumscribed the lives of men and women. Appointed to leadership, Lena’s concepts of love and loyalty are challenged as she learns the skills of…

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