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It’s one thing to have your book reviewed by family or friends. It’s another to have a complete stranger review it. Over on Kobo.com, this review of Empire’s Daughter appeared:
“A story both hard and beautiful, Empire’s Daughter handles with depth and eloquence the issues of its time. The Empire is so like a past that our culture could hold, and creates a reflection on our decisions and traditions and their impact. For all its insight it still drives a narrative of growth and action.”
It’s written by someone I don’t know at all, who had no reason to be polite or to hold back on what he/she really thought. For that reason, it’s (so far) my favourite review.
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Here’s a map of the lands known as ‘The Empire’. It’s perhaps 800 miles north to south, two hundred and fifty miles across. Two hundred thousand square miles in area – twice the size of the UK, about the same as France, half the size of Ontario, just a bit bigger than the Dakotas.
Note that the villages of Delle, Serra and Tirvan are shown in relation to the Road, but actually are on the coast below the Road.