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The Admonishments of Kherishdar (original 2009; edition 2012)

by M.C.A. Hogarth

Series: Kherishdar (2)

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In Kherishdar, when a person commits a crime, they become their sin....Suicide. Rape. Child Abuse. Addiction. Twenty-five crimes. Twenty-five stories. Twenty-five narrators... and one minister over them all, to judge, convict and Correct the faulty: the priest who serves Shame.This companion volume to The Aphorisms of Kherishdar explores the wayward and their journey back to society, offering another glimpse into the Ai-Naidari culture.A darker, more difficult glimpse--Without Shame, there is no Civilization.… (more)
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Title:The Admonishments of Kherishdar
Authors:M.C.A. Hogarth
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Collections:Read, Read this year, ebooks, Cover done
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A very odd book. Uncomfortable, but interesting. I kept thinking, at the end of almost every piece, that if a human said that (some variation on "thank you for my Correction") it would have meant that human was broken - had been controlled or brainwashed. Here - it means just what it says. The Al-Naidar are very strange people, particularly because they're so close to human in many ways. Fascinating. I'm looking forward to the next book. ( )
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