Book Review

A Conversation by Nalini Singh

a-conversatinTitle: A Conversation
Author: Nalini Singh
Series: Psy-Changeling #4.6
Rating Out of 5: 4 (Really good read!)
My Bookshelves:Dark fantasyParanormal romanceShapeshifters
Pace: Fast
Format: Free online short story
Publisher: Nalini Singh online
Year: 2011
5th sentence, 74th page: “We’ll have enough left over this time around to expand the living quarters Down Below.”

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The rat’s which become an integral part of the Changeling world and the Psy-Changeling stories are always viewed on the peripheral. The conversations with them always run through one of the leopard pack, and it is difficult to understand what makes these characters tick. So, it was incredibly enjoyable to read the short conversation which takes place between two of the characters.

The different point of view which Zane and Teijan provide is a great counterpoint to the more predatory outlooks of the other parties within this series. It is also a reminder that for every single interaction, there is an opposing view.

Zane and Teijan’s surprise at the leopard pack’s generosity and willingness to work together (rather than order others around) is a poignant reminder of the way in which this non-predatory group has been treated in the past. Another reminder that although the greater battle is between key factions, it does have trickle down effects for all others in this brilliantly created and layered world.

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