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  • an intriguing start to Oak's new series

    This well written novella has definitely captured my attention. Oak has created a picture of the universe that carries her story forward. There’s also a sense of foreboding throughout that kept me coming back for more. I enjoyed how she painted the scenery for her audience, allowing them to focus on the plot at hand. Oak uses a great deal of slang and twang to differentiate between the different races and species that we encounter. It also serves to allow readers an inside look at who the main character is and how he thinks. I found that it took me a while to get used to, but once I did, it was quite intriguing. It was also very consistent throughout. I quite enjoyed getting to know the characters in this story. They were so different from anything that I’ve met before. There is a definite humanoid aspect to all major players in the story but they’re also quite one of a kind. Everyone was well developed to suit their role, yet it didn’t stop there. I felt as if I actually knew them. As a whole, this was an enjoyable novella once I got used to the narrator’s twang. It’s an intriguing start to Oak’s new series and I’m definitely looking forward to seeing where it goes next. Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Dark, complex, and riddled with philosophical laye

    CLASS-M EXILE is dark, complex, and riddled with philosophical layers about what it means to be a gen-u-ine hu-man, capable of great love and capable of the unimaginable. I really loved how the story evolved from a spark of innocence into something altogether complicated and heart-rending. With each new adventure Eerl and Mel experience together, another layer is stripped to reveal contradictions and prejudices. I enjoyed Eerl’s dialect. The “cowboy” feel to his speech reminded me of Firely, one of my all-time favorite shows. Eerl is a curious Tersic who has studied Earth and intrigued by his very first encounter with a hu-man. He quotes familiar sayisms … except, they’re always off just a smidge. Such an endearing quality about him! I don’t want to spoil anything, so I’ll end the review right here. Highly recommended to SciFi fans! *4.25 stars*

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