The Factory Girls trilogy by Stephen Palmer.


If I won't be myself,who will be?
Oct 28, 2014
North Wales
I read these books over the holiday,and for the most part really enjoyed them. There is sadness in the story and that is the only reason I can't say I heartily enjoyed them. The first book made me need to read all three,as the mysterious factory intrigued me and hooked me into the story.
This is an unusual and ingenious plot with far ranging effects. I felt fond of the main characters immediately and I had to follow their journey.
At times the style of writing reminded me of Gene Wolfe.
I don't want to say much about the plot because I wouldn't want to spoil the story for others.Suffice it to say,these books kept me entertained and took my mind off a painful leg injury.
I could never second guess what was going to happen next and I really like that in a book.
I can see that a great deal of work went into these books. Well done Stephen.

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