Incorrigible: Secrets Past & Present - Part One / Entrapments (Staves of Warrant)

Incorrigible: Secrets Past & Present - Part One / Entrapments (Staves of Warrant)

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by Morgen Rich
     
 

Entrapments is Part 1 of 4 in Incorrigible, Book One of an epic science fantasy set in the Shifting Worlds Universe. Being a partner in genocide is unimaginable for a peaceful, inept shape shifter like Grainne. She's about to learn about the unimaginable when she discovers the stars aren't what she thought they were...and neither is she. Even pacifists have

Overview

Entrapments is Part 1 of 4 in Incorrigible, Book One of an epic science fantasy set in the Shifting Worlds Universe. Being a partner in genocide is unimaginable for a peaceful, inept shape shifter like Grainne. She's about to learn about the unimaginable when she discovers the stars aren't what she thought they were...and neither is she. Even pacifists have their limits.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044588875
Publisher:
Morgen Rich
Publication date:
06/12/2013
Series:
Staves of Warrant , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
473,335
File size:
383 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Morgen Rich grew up in the southwestern U.S., where the sky reminds humans just how small they really are. Staring up at a sky stretching into forever prompted her to wonder what was there, and thus, her writing career in speculative fiction began. She's taught English, American Literature, Women's Studies, and Communications and still dips her toes into teaching a course now and again because she loves to see the excitement of students exploring imaginary worlds. She lives mostly in Pennsylvania with her husband and two Great Pyrenees, Bianca and Tahoe. On occasion, she lives in Lincoln, England.Her current project is a speculative fiction series that begins with Incorrigible: Secrets Past & Present. Incorrigible is Book One of The Staves of Warrant, a trilogy set in the Shifting Worlds Universe. Books Two (Discordant: Kin Foreign & Familiar) and Three (Seditious: Promises Broken & Bound) will be available in Fall 2013 and early 2014.Get to know Morgen on Twitter, Facebook, Google +, or on her blog/website (Worlds Enough and Time) at MorgenRich.com

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Incorrigible: Secrets Past & Present - Part One / Entrapments (Staves of Warrant) 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a worthy introduction to a series of wonderfully rich stories. The writing is a tapestry skillfully woven among a cast of characters that are incredibly detailed, but do not have the tendency to launch into lengthy internal monologues. Similarly, the author rarely goes in for flowery language, preferring rather to let the story speak for itself than try to impress the reader with a million-dollar vocabulary. All together a very refreshing read, and I cannot wait to dig into the next installment!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was an amazing beginning to what looks to be an intriguing story. Morgen obviously has a detailed, thought out world to show us, full of complex characters and exciting adventures. I am going to be acquiring part 2 shortly, and look forward to every word of it. Well worth a read!
Jasmyn9 More than 1 year ago
This is a great start to a series - keep in mind that it was released in serial form so each part is a small episode that leads directly into the next. We start with the story of Grainne - as she watches her world fall apart. Her people are killed and her kingdom is destroyed - all at the hands of her husband. She is determined to see it rebuilt again and to see him die for the crime.  We also start the story of Euryale, a priestess. While it is not clear where exactly these two stories will collide there are a few hints scattered about that give us some ideas of where, if not when. The story primarily follows Grainne and her struggle to escape the captivity that has been forced on her. She is quite a clever one at times, and truly seems to care about the people of her kingdom and not just the title and land. I'm very interested to see what she does in the second episode.  *This book was received in exchange for an honest review* 
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The dialog is embarassing cliche and the plot is way too predictable
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Didnt like it