Gratuitous Epilogue : Touchstone Extras

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
NOT A STAND ALONE NOVEL. An extra for The Touchstone Trilogy.

What happens when the plot ends? A relentless barrage of weddings, babies, and planetary colonisation! This self-indulgent collection of family reminiscence is for those who truly just want to know what happens next, no matter how mundane. Read on for the everyday, ordinary lives of psychic space ninjas playing house. More
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About Andrea K Höst

A Swedish-born Australian writer working in fantasy and science fantasy.

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About the Series: Touchstone
Cass walks into adventure. Adventure gives her blisters.

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Reviews of Gratuitous Epilogue : Touchstone Extras by Andrea K Höst

opaq reviewed on March 7, 2021

For fans of the series :) Nice and warm and fuzzy. Who doesn't like happily ever after-afters?
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Elizabeth Miller reviewed on April 22, 2012

Just what it says it is. If you are one of those people (like me) who just wants to know what happens after the excitement hs died down and the threat of impending doom has lifted. Pleasant follow up to Cass and Zaorens new lives as family and was a sweet way to spend an afternoon in the sun.
(review of free book)
Estara Swanberg reviewed on Feb. 21, 2012

This is just what it says on the box, but I would have willingly paid money for this 150 pages novella of the happy ever after. How will Cass and her beloved deal with all those children? Who marries who among the other Setari and who gets children? Will they find a way back to Tare and Kolar? Will Cass ever meet her Earth family again? What is Cass' wedding like? What is the new house on Arcadia like?

All these questions are answered ^^ - to my satisfaction.
(review of free book)
toln02 reviewed on Jan. 21, 2012

Wonderful stories to wrap up the Touchstone trilogy. It's a nice closure, no matter how mundane the details, but I didn't think anything was mundane because all the characters are so real and likeable.
(review of free book)
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