Alysha's Fall

Alysha s Fall What is the definition of strength At what point is there nothing to learn than the limits of endurance When is darkness no longer contrast to light but a suffocation and how close to that line can a

  • Title: Alysha's Fall
  • Author: M.C.A. Hogarth
  • ISBN: 9780970280503
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Paperback
  • What is the definition of strength At what point is there nothing to learn than the limits of endurance When is darkness no longer contrast to light but a suffocation, and how close to that line can a person walk before she risks her soul Ten years after she graduated from the Fleet Academe at Terracentrus, Alysha Forrest was captain of the battlecruiser UAV StardaWhat is the definition of strength At what point is there nothing to learn than the limits of endurance When is darkness no longer contrast to light but a suffocation, and how close to that line can a person walk before she risks her soul Ten years after she graduated from the Fleet Academe at Terracentrus, Alysha Forrest was captain of the battlecruiser UAV Stardancer with honor to her name than any other officer her age But before that dawn there was a night, and it is in the darkness that souls are madeor broken.

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    1 thought on “Alysha's Fall”

    1. The various chapters seem to be a chronological collection of short stories about Alysha's life. First one about her life before the Academy. Second one, "Two Uniforms", is about her trying to get accepted into the Academy and warrants a trigger warning for rape. It's brief and not graphic, but it's not in the off either."A Cold and Gentle Dark" is another pretty grim chapter. And it continues like that. Much darker than expected and overall not what I expected, based on the author's other works [...]

    2. From my review:This is, as the book itself says, a collection of short stories that theme together more as sections in a larger work. Despite the name, it is the story of Alysha's rise -- through darkness, desperation, and awful choices. In some ways, it's obviously one of the author's earlier works; the prose is lush, but occasionally flirts with "lavender" (though never quite reaching "purple prose" status). Some of the plot complications are perhaps simplified or slightly exaggerated. On the [...]

    3. What a hard and painful storyIt still almost doesn't make sense to me that Alysha managed to become the person she did after so little love and so much abuse, but I'm so glad some of us do grow through the suffering we've endured and manage to become the beautiful broken people we are and to grow into we're meant to be - in some sense because of the pain rather than despite it.

    4. This was dark -- rape warning -- but built an understanding of a strong character. I would have liked more introspection.

    5. These stories are well written and enjoyable. The first part of the book is a bit graphic, which may surprise you if you've only read her later stories, but the violence is not out of place.

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