Saturday, January 12, 2013

{Short Story} Review: Dangerous Voices

Dangerous Voices
Dangerous Voices by Rae Carson
Publication Date: November 11th 2012
Genre: YA Fantasy
Pages: 29
Errik has been a prisoner--and alone--for a long, long time. He lives for the moment each day when the window of his dungeon cell shines a bit of light onto his bearded face.

But everything changes when he gets a new neighbor--a young girl with a voice as beautiful as the springrise.

They both know the rules: No singing. No speaking. Voices are dangerous. But they can't help themselves. And soon enough, Errik begins to remember himself, why he's here in this dark place, and why his captors will stop at nothing to ensure his silence
Short stories and I have a love, hate relationship. I love them cause they’re short and they get right to the point but I hate them cause the authors create a world I want to know more about.
I want to know why this young man is locked up? I want to know how long he has really been locked up as his voice is raw and he has a growing beard? I want to know what are music mage’s? What world they live in where those people have to be locked up?
The wanting is good, makes the read so intriguing and mysterious to the point where you can’t look away from the words. You can’t stop to take a breather cause you just have to know what’s going to happen next. All signs of great story telling and a fabulous plot line!
Even though there is a lot of wanting you still feel satisfy by the way it ended. Answers were given and the big shebang made this feel complete.
Overall, what a great little story that’ll have you craving for more from this author. Perfect for people who are looking for a quick read and are looking for great building of the story line.
Happy Reading Everybody!

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