An Uncommon Blue was the first book that I've read by RC Hancock. I didn't know what to expect when I started reading the book, but I figured it was some type of alternate society. I was pleasantly surprised to see what an easy world it was to fall into. The language, vocabulary, and the names that are part of the Télesphore world fell into place for me. Bruno seemed to be a realistic character, although things certainly had to happen in a fast manner considering he was on the run. I thought the society was very interesting and it gave me a lot to think about. As I neared the end of the book I didn’t want it to end and I kept hoping that An Uncommon Blue would only be the first in a series of books, and I got my wish. I thought the end of the story answered most of my main questions. I still have some questions, but I know they will be answered in future books. If you like dystopian books or books about alternate realities I highly recommend this book. An Uncommon Blue will have you thinking about shaking hands, connecting with others, and the roles that different places in society play. Kudos to RC Hancock for a wonderful book! I can't wait to get my hands on the next one!
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