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A Princess of Mars

I love books. My favorite genres are science fiction and romance, and I have hundreds of keepers of both varities on the shelves of my personal library. But if I were to be stranded on a desert island and could have just one book, I know the one I'd choose. It's quite old (published in 1912, long be ...

B-
The Star Princess

The Star Princess is an excellent romance, the relationship between the hero and heroine a delightful sparring match similar to that of Gable and Colbert's in the movie It Happened One Night. But when the two are not center-stage, the action flags and attention wanders. Che Vedla is a ...

C-
Spherical Harmonic

Spherical Harmonic, book 7 in the Skolian Saga series, is my first book by Catherine Asaro, and unfortunately it doesn't stand on its own at all. A memorably poetic expression of unusual scientific concepts is blended with an ungainly tale of interstellar court intrigue. So much of this book seems ...

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The Star Prince

The Star Prince picks up Susan Grant's futuristic world seven years after The Star King ends. Ian Hamilton has been picked by his alien stepfather to be Crown Prince for the Galaxy and has been sent on a mission to the frontier and Earth. He unknowingly hires a runaway Vash Princess as his sky pi ...

B+
Heart of a Warrior

Heart of a Warrior is the long-awaited sequel to Warrior’s Woman and Keeper of the Heart. Considering that KOTH was published nearly a decade ago, it is amazing how seamlessly this book picks up the narrative, and while it stands alone, it was also a delight to catch up with some favorite characte ...

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Firestar

“But she loved Gage to the point of foolishness and beyond.”You know a book is in trouble when you agree with the heroine on this point. Try as I may, Meriel summarized Firestar more aptly than I ever could. Now, if she only had drawn the obvious conclusions from that realization, this book woul ...