Yesterday, Valerie Jones posted her awesome review of Mutt on If You Like Books. From the review:
Fuller’s style is engrossing; you will not want to stop reading once you start, and at only 200 pages you won’t have to. Fuller does not waste time with any superfluous content. Every word, every idea, has purpose. The dystopian future of Mutt is fully fleshed out, with enough ambiguity about its creation to leave the reader eager to read the rest of the series. At first you might expect Mutt to be one of “those” stories – dystopian future, magic, disparate social classes, we’ve all seen it before – but Mutt does not come across this way. There is no cheesy magic or superficial wonder. None of the characters is a shell or hackneyed, though many of the typical archetypes are present. The small details in Mutt give the reader a lot to think about – for both the characters and our own future.
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Thanks to Valerie for taking the time to read the book and for writing such a thoughtful review!