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    The Silk Mind begins with our protagonist, Ashlin, who is preparing to resign from his post because it is boring and pointless. He wants nothing more than to become a blacksmith, find a pretty girl, and settle down. When he attempts to turn in his resignation, Dr. Grey ignores it and sends Ashlin and his co-workers on a journey to survey an unusually large badger.

    The first clue that readers are given about the Survey's true purpose is when the team meets with the local pastor who sent word about this unusual badger. It did not take me too long to divine the Survey's true purpose; however, there was more going on than I had initially discerned.

    Readers discover that the description of the book makes the plot sound simple, but it is not. Behind its simple facade lies a rich landscape, an intricate sociopolitical system, fascinating characters, and perilous adventures as Harris unites Grimm-style fairy tales and fantasy to create a truly remarkable world.

    While The Silk Mind is a quick read, it is a complex and rich story that I hope to see more installments of. It is a must-have for readers who are looking for a quick fantasy fix, but are not interested in a long, drawn out epic.
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    Ashlin Smith is bored with his apparently pointless job in the Royal Badger Survey, and is trying to quit so he can go and be a blacksmith like his family expected. However, the true purpose of the Badger...
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