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What does it mean to never know your true heritage; born a slave, intended to die a slave?

These were never questions that a young lizardwoman would have asked before she had met a certain man whom expanded the viewpoint of her small world.

Travel alongside them as they discover new things about themselves and each other in a fantastical realm.

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Nothing bad so far that I can disconcert by its qualities; the writing from these first few chapters are superb!

I rather enjoy the amount of time you placed in the social structure of the whole thing, this ties the normally nonsensical purpose of the whole slave mining centered around the whole lizard-men to the real world, however stifled it is ( given that they are underground ).

The characters are a lovely bunch, the female's personality having no give or pull towards deviation so far, and even her actions place a heavy use on said personality. Child is a slight bit off putting, but his injection is not rejected. Orcs are the good old normal dumb orcs.

The unfairness and out-of-the-box social thinking is there, quite gang structured.

Overall, though rather short, this review simply wishes to highlight the natural-like and realistic character interactions and actions, though brief as well.