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    First half was great, second half was another book

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy: I was so disappointed by the second half of this book that I only kept reading out of disbelief that a book with such a promising start had taken such a weird turn for the terrible. ELEMENTAL MATING began with an intelligent protagonist, living in Africa, doing her thing. By the end of the book she had not used her brains or her photographic memory in about a hundred pages. The author made a strange decision to go from a hyper-scientific story with surprise magical elements to a fully magical story with no basis in science at all. I don’t know why the story couldn’t be as exciting in the human world. When the characters end up in a dimension where they can basically wish their troubles away, It just feels like lazy writing. I was thrilled by the first part of the book, and it’s hard for a book to burn through so much goodwill that quickly. Add to that the “communal dream space” that mates share, and I was totally turned off this book. A brilliant premise and a brilliant heroine, dashed against the clichés of alpha males and “it was all a dream”.

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