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Ann Somerville grew up in one of Australia’s prettiest small cities. In 1989, she left Australia with a BA and a burning ambition to see more of the world and its people, and to discover this ‘culture’ thing people kept telling her about. In 2006, she returned home to Southeast Queensland with two more degrees, an English husband, and a staggering case of homesickness, vowing never to leave Australia again.
Her long, plot-driven fiction featuring gay and bisexual characters has been professionally published, although copious free full length stories and novels are also available on her website. She blogs about writing, publishing, her life and many shiny distracting things.
on Aug. 12, 2011 :
“Turn around, Pilot. I’ve got some tension to work off, and you’re it.”
That’d one of my favorite lines. Ann Somerville has always made me chuckle, even if it was a little thing. Anyway, I absolutely love the sequel to Interstitial. This one is much better since it has more action and very balance with two different couple. It was a comfortable read. I loved to take my time and read each page.
The moment they had to land on a planet, I was on the edge of the table, hoping nothing would happen to any of the characters. I’ve grown fond of Jati and Jorge. Fantastic couple even if they’re a straight couple. The author makes sure it didn’t ruin the M/M readers’ mood from heterosexual sex. The only graphical sex I could remember was between North and Seb aka a gay couple.
Throughout the story, the action kept me going until the very ending. I really hope Ann Somerville wanted to write more about them. I can sense many adventures for them. There was a bit of angst between North and Seb, but fear not, it definitely worth it. It built a great love-relationship development.
Highly recommendation to everyone!
(reviewed the day of purchase)