✓ The Button Girl || ☆ PDF Read by ↠ Sally Apokedak

By Sally Apokedak | Comments: ( 738 ) | Date: ( Apr 03, 2020 )

Sixteen year old Repentance Atwater hates living in the breeder village She hates the foggy swamp, she hates that the other villagers think she s cursed because of her light complexion, and, most of all, she hates the thought of buttoning with Sober Marsh and breeding little slave babies for the overlords.But the law is clear Anyone who refuses to button and breed is tSixteen year old Repentance Atwater hates living in the breeder village She hates the foggy swamp, she hates that the other villagers think she s cursed because of her light complexion, and, most of all, she hates the thought of buttoning with Sober Marsh and breeding little slave babies for the overlords.But the law is clear Anyone who refuses to button and breed is taken away and sold as a slave on the overlord mountain Repentance won t be taken alone, either Sober Marsh, her intended button mate, will be ripped away from his family and sold, as well.Before the night of her Button Ceremony is over, Repentance has devastated her family and ruined Sober s life But worse things are coming on the overlord mountain Repentance s stubborn idealism and unruly tongue enrage an overlord prince and endanger her entire village.


  • Title: The Button Girl
  • Author: Sally Apokedak
  • ISBN: 9781947446007
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments The Button Girl

  • Keturah Lamb

    Wow I haven't read a book this good in a looooong time. There was just so much to it the writing style the world building the characters. I loved the characters and their names all the lower class people had characteristic names. Repentance is 16 years old, but that's old enough to know that she isn't going to have babies for the overlords to steal. Instead she sentences herself and her intended button mate to a life of slavery. and so much more than she ever imagined.She only wanted good. To es [...]


  • Becky

    First sentence from the Prologue: REPENTANCE ATWATER STOOD BESIDE HER little sister, Comfort, studying the damp ground where all the mushrooms grew.Premise/plot: Repentance has always been taught to reverence Providence; from the time she was a girl she's been taught the will of Providence, taught to submit to the will of Providence no matter the personal cost. But Repentance is sixteen, and, she has a decision to make. Should she accept the status quo and button with Sober? If she does the firs [...]


  • Nathaniel Hardman

    This is a solidly entertaining YA fantasy, and while I'm not quite the target audience (girls, probably), I liked it a lot. The premise is this: the ruling class keeps a few "breeder" villages of slaves. In these villages, the slaves are more or less free to live their lives, but they must give up (as slaves) their first two sons as well as anyone who hasn't found a spouse by age 18. Our heroine is Repentance, a girl who watched her brothers hauled away years ago and has now decided to reject th [...]


  • Laurel Papworth

    Inspirational & thrillingA rollicking good fantasy read - fast paced action, a warm romance but not too soppy and a courageous heroine changing the world by being true to herself. Loved it!


  • Lauricia Matuska

    You need this book in your life.Repentance Atwater is a headstrong girl with a resolute spirit and a plan and she will enact that plan no matter who she hurts. Because of this, I had a hard time with this story at the beginning. I understood Repentance's reasoning for her goal, and I certainly related with her stubborn determination, but I was angered by the way she refused to see beyond her nose. However, her growth through that selfishness to learn how actions have consequences that ripple out [...]


  • SJ Robertson

    Very well-written YA fantasy. The wordbuilding and setting were fascinating. The protagonist had a layered personality, and the story was very compelling without the usual over-the-top violence and extreme darkness that's prevalent in YA fantasy novels. Fans of the Cinder YA fantasy novels would enjoy this book.


  • Kate Hamlet

    My husband bought me this book when he met the author at a conference a month ago. I picked it up last Friday and could NOT put it down. This has become one of my top ten favorite books! Such a great story with many layers. I loved every minute of it. I hope you write more soon Sally!


  • Sharon Pegram

    Exciting fantasy in a well-built and very interesting world. Repentance is a likable (and realistically flawed) character. Her inner journey and the external events driving the plot meshed seamlessly. Her story concluded satisfyingly, but I would love to re-visit this intriguing world sometime.


  • Kathy Nickerson

    This is the first book in a long time that has kept me up past my bedtime.


  • Rebel Rider

    When Repentance refused to button because she doesn't want to give birth to sons who will be slaves for the overlords, she's taken to a land of ice and sold, along with the man she was supposed to button, the man she betrayed.Note on ratings:*           Horrible.**         Below average***       Average. Not good or bad.****    Above average***** Above and beyond  Content: *** (Content based off my personal level of squeamishness.)There's some kissing, but nothing farther than t [...]


  • Jennifer McNear

    There are truly no words to say how many emotions this book took me on. That being said, I could not put it down from start to finish. Truly an honor to read this. It reminds me of our own terrible history, and the brave men and women who died to bring about humanity to slaves and to free them. Being from the south, and growing up just minutes from old slave docks, I have always been surrounded by the history of slaves. There is endless sorrow in their stories, but also joyous freedom. Growing u [...]


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