A Kind of Judgment by Natalie G. Owens
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Although this book was presented to me as horror, I classify it as Fantasy-Faustian fantasy. The narrator, product of a very difficult but all too common life, has spent her all-too-short adulthood on the streets to earn money for her controller. Most of the story is presented via her monologue delivered to her four companions (who will turn out to be not at all what the reader expects). The ending is perturbing, but somehow logical-and thought-provoking. I read it several days ago, and still cannot forget it.
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