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The Names We Take de Trace Kerr

The Names We Take (edição: 2020)

de Trace Kerr (Autor)

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Título:The Names We Take
Autores:Trace Kerr (Autor)
Informação:Ooligan Press (2020), 242 pages
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The Names We Take de Trace Kerr



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I really loved this book. I was a bit wary as I began to read it, because it takes place in the wake of a devastating pandemic and that felt a bit close to home for the moment. I'm so glad that I kept reading because it was such a beautiful story of survival and chosen family. The book has dangerous, heart-pounding scenes, sweet and tender scenes, and everything in between. I really appreciated the diversity of characters in the book, but also that the book wasn't just focused on their differences; each character felt fully human and unique. The last third of the book was extra gripping and I ended up staying awake long past my bedtime to finish it because I had to know what would become of Pip, Iris, and Fly. ( )
1 vote breakfastatholly | Nov 24, 2020 |
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I really enjoyed reading The Names We Take by Trace Kerr. Thank you to LibraryThing and Ooligan Press for my copy!

From the first few paragraphs I was all in! I really liked how Trace used detail without droning. I felt for the characters who needed it. I’m a little thrown about the tiger/cougar/lion (?) but I think other distractions IRL may have had something to do with that (I didn’t backtrack). I gave a solid four stars. The pace, holding interest, character/world building... loved it!

My review is copied from my Goodreads https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/3657068326 ( )
1 vote LeahTiz | Nov 21, 2020 |
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First off, now is probably not a great time to pick up a semi-apocalyptic novel about surviving a pandemic and its consequences. That was probably the source of some of my trouble with The Names We Take. I found myself wanting a short story about Pip (and Iris) and the world they inhabit, not a novel with too many characters that struggles a bit with pacing. I'm not sure that I've ever encountered an intersex character before, so I truly appreciate Kerr for doing so, but the book just wasn't for me. ( )
1 vote easheridan | Nov 16, 2020 |
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Thrilling, brilliant, inspiring.

A strong, independent protagonist navigates a world ravaged by a pandemic gone wrong. Pip is not a character who needs to be saved, rather, she sets out to protect all those around her. The Names We Take holds heartwarming representation and hard-fought survival. Wonderful writing and dynamic characters. ( )
1 vote AvaGuerra | Nov 1, 2020 |
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This is a well-written book with a great cast of characters. The main character, Pip, is particularly interesting, full of contradictions, but fully herself. I love the way she keeps commitments and stands up for what she thinks is right.

The story line is a touch more violent than I prefer, but it's easy to see how people would need to develop these types of skills in the type of post-apocalyptic world described here. The world-building is great and makes me kind of wish I'd had the chance to visit Spokane and the areas around it. Maybe a time for travel will come again, and there will be another opportunity...

Note: I received this book in a LibraryThing giveaway in return for an honest review (and I apologize to the author for being so late with it.) ( )
1 vote RayLynneSH | Oct 25, 2020 |
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