Pass The Parcel

Pass The Parcel The world is populated by everything from humans to Artificial Humans but speciesism runs rampant Everything that can go terribly wrong does and while it always comes back to Brazil it all seems to

  • Title: Pass The Parcel
  • Author: Delilah Des Anges
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 255
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The world is populated by everything from humans to Artificial Humans, but speciesism runs rampant Everything that can go terribly wrong does and while it always comes back to Brazil, it all seems to be going down in London, which is a seething pot of conflicts and crossed wires, as new lies are told and old ones resurface as old murders are recalled and new ones commitThe world is populated by everything from humans to Artificial Humans, but speciesism runs rampant Everything that can go terribly wrong does and while it always comes back to Brazil, it all seems to be going down in London, which is a seething pot of conflicts and crossed wires, as new lies are told and old ones resurface as old murders are recalled and new ones committed as history is rewritten and as a very ugly but potentially extremely powerful statue is passed from wrong hand to wrong hand.

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    1. wonderfully engaging, character-driven story that genre-hops happily between urban fantasy, thriller, mystery, and comedy while retaining its unique character throughout. the author is a Londoner, and her love for her city and its people shows through in Pass the Parcel: the urban setting feels almost like a character itself, shifting and changing along with the story itself. the book provides a social commentary in the form of the characters' dealing with issues of class, religion, and species [...]

    2. A glorious trip though an acute angled universal diversion from the London town I live and love in, capturing the million stories nature of anything that happens in a city, and a dozen tribes of interlinked characters threaded though with the story of how a single McGuffin bounces though all of them. Ball-dis-jointed, every turn and crack brings the story back around to rebound off itself in a new direction. Wondrous and absolutly worth reading.

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