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    Excellent! Must Read!

    First in a new to me series by Lorraine Bartlett, of light sci-fi. Amanda finds herself on another planet while traveling through space with her cohorts - who all are dead. She has to deal with a civilization where women are considered second class citizens, foods are different colors than she is used to. Amanda exerts her earthly womanhood and pays for it by being thrown in the dungeon. We know Amanda has a son, but we don't really find out the details in the first book. When I finished this book, I couldn't wait to start reading the next book in the series.
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    Female Astronaut on Chauvinistic Planet

    Amanda Shelton was part of a space crew on an interplanetary shuttle when their ship encounters a spatial rift and crash lands on an unknown planet. The only survivor, she finds herself a captive of Prince Paxton and soon discovers he is interested in her technological knowledge to aid him in his country's current war effort. Forced to learn their language, Amanda quickly realizes that this society has no respect for women and can only dream of returning home. The story opens and closes six years into the future with a small boy begging Amanda, his mother, to tell him the story, a style reminiscent of The Princess Bride. As a fan of this author's cozy mystery series, I was hesitant to try this fantasy/sci fi tale, but I absolutely loved the story of this modern woman coping in a strange universe...a universe filled with poverty, strange food and animals, different customs and male chauvinists. I already downloaded the next book in this series and can't wait to learn more about Amanda and her adventures in Telenia.
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