Hyclos

Rated 5.00/5 based on 4 reviews
In spite of being regarded by her race as a misfit and a rogue, Doella is asked to secretly save her home planet from powerful foes once more. While doing so she receives another gift that has been waiting for her for aeons, guarded by a hidden horror. In saving Varan again, she loses that which she loves most. But she must still fulfil her promise to discover what has happened to the Hyclos. More

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About Angela B. Mortimer

Born in the UK, married a gorgeous Aussie and have been living happily here ever since. Attended West of England college of art. Love reading sci-fi, fantasy and my fav subjects like genetics, planet sciences, philosophy, history - especially ancient, and of course space. I dreamt of being an astronaut. I've been writing since I could and painting for as long.I love the outdoors and gazing at the stars and wondering what might be out there.

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Review by: Christine Corrish on April 30, 2013 :
Wow! What a romp this is! A great fast-moving page-turner following the adventures of Doella, her 'family' and of course, her harem. The storyline involves a lot more than its predecessor but is still easy to follow, even for a sci-fi pleb like me.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Ben Brown on April 02, 2013 :
I loved this book, but that's no surprise; I loved its predecessor too. Like a chef producing a spectacular meal, the writing skills of this author make every paragraph a treat. I wanted to savour every word and image, and by the end, I wanted seconds. The characters are strong and well rounded, and the story keeps the reader enthralled throughout. This novel is another triumph from Angela Mortimer, and I certainly hope to read more from her. I have to say, this book really enhanced the enjoyment of my Easter weekend. Thank you, Angela.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Phill Campbell on Feb. 11, 2013 :
Even more chock-full of ideas, excitement, incidents, plot-twists and characters than its worthy predecessor. Sometimes a glut of information in SF/Fantasy novels can be confusing, but Hyclos avoids this because of its central character, whose quest and inner development give the book a strong core. If you are tired of the usual genre stereotypes and cliches and want something that is resolutely non-mainstream, this is the one to read!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Pauline Forrester on Feb. 08, 2013 :
Adventurous. Wild and wonderful. Awesome
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