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on 16 October 2015
Love this book, am a real SF fan and is great that I have finally found a great lesbian writer for this genre . This book has it all brilliantly written characters that you can get lost in and great sex. Love the theory that the universe could be populated by beings drawn from the same DNA. Sadly reflective of this world and how we view each other. Highly recommend.
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on 2 March 2014
Dark Horizons is a fantastic new novel from Rae D. Magdon and Michelle Magly. This is the second of their collaborative ventures, the first, All The Pretty Things was deeply impressive, and I would thoroughly recommend it. On every appreciable level however, Dark Horizons surpasses that.

The universe they have created is rich and deep, but the authors manage to avoid excessive exposition, and the story is incredibly fast paced, sweeping the reader up and only setting them down once you've finished the last page. The characters are real, complex, and compelling, their interactions are a joy to explore, especially those of the protagonists; Taylor Morgan and Maia Kalanis. Both are strikingly different, incredibly intricate and well thought out characters, and any scene with them in is a joy to read. Fortunately for us, the readers, every scene contains one or both of these fantastic characters.

Brilliantly written, elegantly composed and beautifully touching, Dark Horizons is the best book I have read in years, I thoroughly enjoyed reading it, and the Horizon we see at the conclusion of the novel may be dark, but it also contains promise, a great deal of it, I can only pray for a sequel. Consider this book thoroughly recommended; it's a bargain.
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on 21 January 2017
A lesfic sci-fi that concentrates on intrigue and a sexy romance. Well written. Taylor the guard of a captured enemy alien overcomes pride and prejudice in order to become lover and guardian. A captive, Maia, realises she has research that could end a war, redefine species' and in the process of this realisation, captivates her guard.
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