The Voice of the Land

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A clone created for no other purpose than to serve his ruthless master finds more than insight into
the suicide of his friend and fellow clone when he is sent to the world of Cavan. It may be the answer to all he's ever longed for if he can avoid the imminent danger of insanity and death--and accept that the land is a sentient entity he has been chosen to defend. More

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Published: March 03, 2013
Words: 84,640
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301982226
About Susan Elizabeth Curnow

Born in UK, now living in Alberta, Canada, when not writing, Susan Curnow is wrangling horses walking her Irish Wolfhound or being owned by her cats.

When folk wonder why most of her main characters are males, she just smiles politely and tells them go look at her house, count the sons, the husband, the menagerie, and see just how many of them are guys.

Why science fiction or fantasy? Why not write of her epic journey with five suitcases and a dog to Calgary Airport, her hounds, her horses, her sons? No other genre offers to fulfill the scope of her imagination.

One world is just too small.

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Review by: Jeanne M. Haskin on March 03, 2013 : star star star star star
In this science fiction novel by Susan Elizabeth Curnow, a clone created for no other purpose than to serve his ruthless master finds more than insight into the suicide of his friend and fellow clone when he is sent to the world of
Cavan.

It may be the answer to all he's ever longed for if he can avoid the imminent danger of insanity and death--and accept that the land is a sentient entity he has been chosen to defend once gifted with the alien blood that gains him so much more than a powerful pair of wings.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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