Series: Court of Fives


Sep 01
Review: Court of Fives by Kate Elliott

Review: Court of Fives by Kate Elliott

I have to start this review by talking about the world-building in Court of Fives.  It was perfection.  I totally bought into this world, and I felt fully immersed in it.  There were no “Huh?  What?  Why?  That makes no sense” moments.  The basis for and the rules of society were established early on, and it was accomplished without an info dump.  This is a rigid, two class, patriarchal society – the Patrons and the Commoners.  Jes comes from a… Read more »