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Virtue Chasm by Ashley Crookham

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Title: Virtue Chasm
Author: Ashley Crookham
Genre: Speculative Fiction, New Adult

Series: N/A
Publisher: Kindle Direct Publishing
Publication Date: April 11, 2020

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Seeing the differences between men and women in real life, this book is a fascinating read.

I had to admit that it took me a little bit to get into the story. In the beginning, I had a hard time following exactly what was going on and what any goals were, but it picked up. Frieda goes on a journey to rescue her brother and, of course, things happen.

I enjoyed the characters. I thought they were likeable and relatable in some ways, despite this being a dystopian-type novel.

The writing style, aside from the slow-start of the beginning, was easy to read and follow. The author has a great way with words and built the world masterfully.

Overall, this was an interesting read with intriguing characters, a tempting plot, and an intricate writing style.

Virtue Chasm by Ashley Crookham


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Virtue Chasm by Ashley Crookham is an excellent book if you’re looking for something new to explore. This takes outside-the-box thinking to a new level.


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