Publisher: A Red Hot Romance Novel
Pages no: 467
, Science Fiction
, Science Fiction Romance
I have to be honest - after paying 7$ for this book, I was not expecting a D9 fanfiction. This book left me with some very mixed feelings. In a way, its stereotypical characters, lack-luster heroine and predictable, meandering plot served to make it the most clear-lined example of xenophobia in sci...
Recced by SteelwhisperThanks Steel. Not sure I would wanna try this one cos it seems like it's focused on female POV. I usually try to avoid them. I don't know why.But I might try it if the mood is right :DSteelwhisper: “Quite gruesome, though hopeful in the end. Extremely graphic torture descriptio...
Thanks (I guess?;p) Steel. Sounds Like I may not survive this. Maybe I should try Heat first. Note:Quite gruesome, though hopeful in the end. Extremely graphic torture descriptions at time, strong prison/concentration camp theme. No gimmicks, excellent world-building and realism, respectful. Not for...
To compare this to the cockroach-from-space District 9 movie doesn't begin to do it justice. But that's a great movie, so it's a start. This romantic sci-fier is a beautifully-crafted apartheid story, depicting the segregation of aliens and humans on Earth. There are some political and didactic unde...
Amazing world-building, a fantastic read!,This book was recommended to me from the amazon discussion fora, and I was blown away by this amazing book. The writing is exceptionally good, the world-building exquisite and the characters so interesting that I forgot most of them were aliens. I liked the ...