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I am only 30% through this book as I write this comment
I could say a lot about this book - it lacks character development, is predictable etc but for me, the annoying thing is the number of lesser characters all with place names that disguise their gender.
Now I know the commune did not want to make distinctions between the genders but that leads to great confusion for the reader. I have just read a longish passage in which Cassy is talking with 2 of the residents of Gethsemane. It was only at the very end of the passage that it becomes apparent that they are both female which had a bearing on how the conversation had progressed.
Whilst the idea of calling people by the names of beautiful places may be an interesting concept, it just succeeds in confusing the reader. Disappointing so far.