I didn’t catch much in the way of repetition, and certainly nothing that’s excessive or detracts from the story. It’s really, really good. You’ve managed to create tension between past and present, your protagonist is in an uncomfortable head space that the reader is anxious to see her get out of, I read it all in one go and was left super curious about what was going to happen with the shopkeeper and the umbrella. It’s really, really good. — Ashley Schwellenbach
Sparkflight / Etsy.
Walter Martin and Paloma Muñoz
This was a startling find, from the website of Ann Linnemann. Startling because the name of book 2 is The Dome of Tubes, and clay is a building material used by the Underdom denizens (in the book, the actual dome of tubes isn’t made of clay).
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