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Author: Christine Myers & T J Quinn
Publisher: Christine Myers & J T Quinn
Genre: Science Fiction
Sub-Genre: Fantasy, Psychic, Space Opera,, Romance
Reviewed For Christine Myers
Rating: 3.75 Stars
A great premise to a story but I have a couple of major problems. Michelle Marlow and Hankura Narcaza have known they were mates since before puberty. Yet he ignored her and her desperate situation until such time as she nearly dies. This screams selfish, egotistical and self-absorbed. Needless to say they have issues to work through. These are the only reasons I gave it a 3.75 rating. He definitely needs to get his head out of his tail and think about Michelle More. She has had to fight to survive and deserves better. They finally seem to be doing well and finding a balance when the laws and prejudices threaten to tear them apart. Can they find a place where they are accepted and be happy?
Well written. This is a dystopian type series that has you fully involved from the start. Even if it is only to slap Hankura silly. Then the story evolves as do the characters. This was an interesting read and I definitely want to see where the series goes from here.
My rating of "Psion - The Alden Series Book 1 " is 3.75 out of 5 stars.