SUMMARY È Look to the Sun

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Together by one thing alone Red Sunrise a book no one else seems to have read A book only two types of people ever ask about collectorsand the NPV A book both Rose and Beo feel was written just for them As winter falls in Sanmarian's cobbled streets and. Haunted Sweet Terrifying Hopeful

SUMMARY Look to the Sun

Look to the SunThe fifteen years of seeming calm seethe into violent protests in the city suare Red Sunrise's secrets pull Rose and Beo into the twisted mysteries of Sanmarian's past and into the centre of a forgotten tragedy that inked itself into the city's very bloo. Oddly prescient I started reading this in the aftermath of the US election and had to stop and read something that was less terrifying As a bookworm my stats this year don't include all the unpublished manuscripts I've read they easily double my count I adored the idea of the book within the book being the key I rather wished that came into the ending a bit than it did I also loved the ueer representation here It's awesome to imagine a world where poly ueer families can be a norm On that alone this had me smilingWith such a complex vivid and chilling world building I suspect my expectations on the ending were VERY high To me it pulled the punch I felt like it could have gone a bit darker or complex than what it did Still Worth the read for the uncanny mirror it holds up to American society It obviously wasn't intended as a warning against the fascism that is perilously near the surface but it couldn't have been better timed for it Be like Rose and Beo Resist believe and never give up what you know to be true

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SUMMARY È Look to the Sun õ The National People's Voice speaks for Sanmarian and all of Kael For fifteen years they have ruled Kael in relative peace For fifteen years they have uietly snuffed out dissent wherever they found it Rose Abernethy and Beo Mataya are two strangers drawn together by one thing alone Red Sunrise a book no one else seems to have reThe National People's Voice speaks for Sanmarian and all of Kael For fifteen years they have ruled Kael in relative peace For fifteen years they have uietly snuffed out dissent wherever they found it Rose Abernethy and Beo Mataya are two strangers drawn. Though a Look to the Sun is not really fantasy in the usual sense it reads as a modern day fairy tale As with every fairy tale this story has a dark undertone with real warnings and a heavy moral The author gives us a made up location in a made up time where technology is limited But it echoes of our recent past and in many areas of the world including the United States of our present Basically the feel of the book is a picture of what it looks like when a sinister and fascist regime slowly seeps into society before it makes its ultimate grab for power The parallel that comes to mind the most is what it must've been like at the beginning of the Holocaust The story is told from the perspective of two leads Rose and Beo Rose is an independent woman that works for her aunts in their tea shop and grew up consuming the book her late father gave her which is a dystopian story of its ownBeo is a photographer with a gift for capturing candid moments many times the fascist presence inadvertently making its way into the frameWhen the two meet they are pulled towards each other as the world falls down around them When every person met is one to doubt when every friend could be a traitor when everything known previously is no longer safe who can one turn to and what choices should be madeEmmie Mears did an excellent job crafting this story together The characters are strong and nuanced the setting is vivid and the slow insidious creep of moral evil tilts the world on its access bit by bitI've previously read Mears' Ayala Storme series and aside from the high uality the style is very different Where the Storme books had elements of comedy with a master of sarcasm lead Ayala this story is not comedic in the slightest and there wasn't a sarcastic uip to be found However it's filled with heart and compelling brave characters Love and friendship vs fear and evil is at its coreI admit that I predominantly read lesfic or stories with leads in an ff relationship This book is not that However it's a highly inclusive book with many nontraditional families and genders Main supporting characters are fff mmf mm and transgendered Beo also would be considered pansexual because he dates both men and women regardless of their gender identification As you can see polyamory is also a main themeAs if enough wasn't going on in the story domestic violence plus love vs control in a relationship are also exploredFor genre it's a mix of dystopian political thriller and romance with some mystery and twists thrown inOverall I really enjoyed this story despite the ominous feel throughout It's very well done and definitely recommend44 stars