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summary The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1 ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ç ❴EPUB❵ ✰ The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1 Author Keira Michelle Telford – Horticulturetrader.co.uk THE PRISONWORLD TRILOGY VOLUME ONEPoverty is rife in twenty fourth century London EnglanNy civilians who attempt to evade justice which isn’t always a noble pursuitThe laws are strict The Magistrate eBook #187 illiberal and unsympathetic If you can’t afford to feed and clothe yourself you’ll be sent to the workhouse If you fall behind on your rent you’ll be sent to debtors’ prison If you’re gay you’ll be hangedFor Carmen Wild the latter becomes a. Well written and uite uniue from the typical ff stories However it is little dark and no happy reading at all It is a combination of 1984 Brave new world and Sherlock Homes with a hint of unnecessary cruelty Although I'm not smitten by the storyline can't deny the author's smartness hence 45

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THE PRISONWORLD TRILOGY VOLUME ONEPoverty is The Prisonworld eBook #10003 rife in twenty fourth century London England Crime rates are at an all time high and living conditions for many are bleak Capital punishment and public hangings have been reinstated and Magistrates in their new role are tasked with patrolling the streets to enforce arrest warrants and ‘terminate’ a. While I have nothing but praise and admiration for the world building and gritty realism of this novel the whole relationship between the two main characters caused me a number of issuesNot sure if I am going to be hurrying to buy the next book in the seriesRead for the dystopian world creation and try and skirt over the dubious nature of the central relationship

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The Magistrate The Prisonworld Trilogy #1Potentially deadly problem when the discovery of a murdered prostitute brings her back into the life of her first love the Madam of an East End cathouse and Magistrate The Prisonworld ePUB #10003 the illicit passions between them are swiftly reignitedThe Magistrate is a lesbian romance set against the backdrop of dystopian neo Victorian LondonContains graphic explicit langua. The premises for this book is uite interesting Telford managed to build an extremely repressed neo victorian world with dashes of medieval brutality of Inuisition levelsThe romance is just uh weird and sort of predatory A 30 something years old wanting to be with a 14 years old Could have been done so much better I could somewhat see a very young teenager having a crush on a beautiful 30 years old that saved her life and was kind to her and then that could bloom into a relationship later on But when a 30 years old is interested in a young teenager that just makes it very hard for me to root for them Predatory love like that is only interesting if I am watching it on Animal PlanetStill I was uite interested in premise of the book and the development of the characters until this happenedview spoilerAn extremely graphical rape scene that serves no purpose whatsoever in helping to show the main character as a capable and resourceful heroine She is raped and that's that Nothing happens besides using to scene to showcase how defenseless and powerless she is She cries Goes to the other character to cry some and then the other character asks for the help of some other character to do something about it Wtf Not only you build me up to believe in your oppressive world where these guys called Magistrates are suppose to be the most capable elite killing machines ever but you also try to sell me this girl here as some sort of prodigy in this profession and then you let this shit happen She's suppose to be a motherfucking badass magistrate and she can't even take care of herself You lost me there TelfordNow look I'm a girl and I assure you this is no knee jerking reaction to rape scenes Got a story to tell and want to add a rape scene Alright sure Just make god damn sure is serves to enhance your narrative that it serves to showcase the resilience of your character instead of doing uite the opposite of that Do not do a disservice to your own bloody main character like that Want an example of this done well Then check out how badass Lisbeth is under somewhat similar circumstances blackmail in 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' hide spoiler