Rat Nothing by
Rated 7.62 out of 10 Statistics
Audience: Teens, Adults, Weird Fantasy Fans, Nerds, Dorks, Morbid People
Occasional Sexual Content
Occasional Coarse Language
Overall Rating: 7.621
Average Rating: 5 (Guests), 8.5 (Members)
Rating Count: 3 (0 Guests, 3 members)
1 indicates a weighted rating.
"A Vicious City..."
Sabot is a living breathing monster born from a thousand words mashed into context and lexical clues. Fictional names for fictional things have a fitting pattern to them of type of person or kind of creature that provides understanding while being completely new and vibrant. Then enter Rat, a vicious byproduct of a city where everything is a turf war and nothing lives uncorrupted. She occupies the space of life that isn’t living, its survival. Only the streets truly know her ache and beaten soul, but stone is a silent and unmoved witness to terrors.
This is Rat Nothing, a complex mythical world where the author doesn’t pull any punches in both creating his own mythos and wringing the characters through madness. It takes some time to get down with the lingo, but once it sinks in the world really begins to breathe. Then you get to know a varied cast of four misfits in a city that doesn't have a place to fit. Come to know the broken brat, the conflicted psychic officer, a heartbroken songweaver, and a psychopath politician. Follow them as they wind their way into a drain of conflict, misery, and terror.
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