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Monday, July 3, 2017

A Single Stone by Meg McKinlay

Summary (from goodreads):

     Every girl dreams of being part of the line—the chosen seven who tunnel deep into the mountain to find the harvest. No work is more important.

       Jena is the leader of the line—strong, respected, reliable. And—as all girls must be—she is small; years of training have seen to that. It is not always easy but it is the way of things. And so a girl must wrap her limbs, lie still, deny herself a second bowl of stew. Or a first.

        But what happens when one tiny discovery makes Jena question the world she knows? What happens when moving a single stone changes everything?

       Deep and subversive, this book was a delight to read and I'd recommended it to anyone who loves strong female leads and a good plot.

      Rating: Four Stars

       it would've been five, but I wish it had more dialogue in it. It had very few conversations between the characters in it, and I wish it had more.


  1. Sounds interesting. Dystopian is right up my ally. Was there any mushy love in it?


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