Book Tour : The Vrai Domicile by Courtney Ruggle | Book Review: The Sixth Domicile



The characters are likeable but they were written too one-dimensional that you wouldn’t care too much on their problems and likewise on how Q was talking about the male protagonists penis for at least 2 paragraphs, but I am cutting them some slack off since it’s a New Adult and we need to read about how taut it looks and glittery under the moonlight.



There are times when you just want to slam your head against the wall, because you don’t know if you’ll like the female protagonist for being “brave” and extremely stupid at the same time. But, I find her portrayal refreshing to old dystopian readers. She did not hesistate when ask to join the rebellion, which you don’t see a lot in dystopian (there’s always that part of the main protagonist to play hard-to-get through out the book.)


There is a lot of potential for the plot to flourish, (i do hope this happens in the second book), government oppression, strict implementation of rules, secret rebellions here and there but it focused to much on the love between two characters you won’t care until the end of the book. Dystopian buried deep deep deep down in a plot too focus on much on romance between two characters.


There is nothing new with the world and world-building with this book. It simply follows the typical dystopian history on how the world was in chaos and blah-di-blah-da-blah a group of people try to save them blah-di-blah how oppressing it became blah-di-blah we have a girl who clearly is a threat to the said oppressing government.





Courtney’s love for writing started pretty much when she learned to read, which her mother would tell you was a feat in itself back when she was in the first grade. Once she aced those flashcards with vocabulary words, Courtney’s writing took off.  And her love with it.  In school, she was always writing short stories on a word processor (What?? Word processor with floppy disks?). Oh yes, she literally had a card filing case full of floppy disks.

Now getting her Doctorate in social work, she’s used this education to help her write some of the gritty issues entwined in her stories. When Courtney isn’t writing her next book while drinking coffee, you can find her doing homework (drag) with chocolate chip flavored coffee, reading series of books (because school books are only so interesting) while drinking pumpkin flavored coffee, playing with her little boy, or daydreaming of future beach houses while drinking some other scrumptious flavor of coffee.



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