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  • Imaginative. Compelling. Pure Entertainment.

    I’ll admit it, I judged this book by its cover! When I first saw Alex Hernandez’s Tooth & Talon i knew I had to get it! A black woman in braids and a suit of armor exploring a strange and exciting world?!? That’s right up my alley! Then to find out that the MC is from the Caribbean? And speaks creole? What a delight! Oya Valette, our brave, flawed MC, is a bit bored with her life. As a classical human, modified for longevity, the near eternity stretched in front of her is daunting and she decides to go work as a pilot for colonists, the Hominocracy, a large intergalactic organization, are sending to Beta Hydri, a solar system with the potential to sustain human life. Things are going fine, when the planet they set their eyes on, already has signs of life.... is it the robots, a mysterious non-biological race of God-like machines set about the universe building ‘solariums’ or worse still harpies, an offshoot of humanity who sliced their human DNA with that of avian dinosaurs and were said to be wiped off in a genocide referred to as ‘the culling’ a century before? From this point the story kicks off into high gear! Imaginative. Compelling. Pure Entertainment. From beginning to end! Definitely a recommended read! Hoping for more stories in this universe!

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