Review Of The Department of Alterations

Tuesday, 12 August 2014
Book: The Department of Alterations
Author: Gennifer Albin
Publisher: Farrar, Stratus and Giroux
Genre: Young Adult, Dystopian, Alternate/Coexisting World, Short Story, Prequel
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Rating: 4.5/5 Stars

Summary: In a world woven of secrets, a woman seeks a back-alley tailor for a sinister procedure, but she can't escape from her own tangled web of lies.

The women of Arras are expected to fall into assigned roles, serve as loving wives, and provide healthy children into the world's tapestry. But perfection comes at a price and not even the looms of Arras can manipulate away every problem in the fabric of life. Something Karoline Swander knows all too well. She has a respectable job, an important husband, and she's about to commit treason.

Review: I really liked this story and the information it provided us.

My only problem was that it wasn't long enough. (Seriously. It should have been way longer.)

Even if you have not read any of the books from the series and even if you have, I definitely recommend checking this story out.

See you all tomorrow!

- Hearts And Crowns

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