Change by Design

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Kei Salin has been watching young lives fall to faulty bureaucratic nonsense for decades and she's tired of it. She forces the hand of her superiors to remove her from the project. Before obtaining her reassignment,she takes a trip.

One stop on her vacation forces her to reveal something she's denied for decades.
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About Catrina Taylor

A unique author with a passion for her family, Catrina Taylor is in love with the written word. As an avid reader she finds her mind enjoys the worlds created uniquely in Fantasy, Science Fiction and various crossover genre. As an author, she most often plays in a universe of her own creation.

Introducing us to the imaginary world of Xarrok, she has hooked readers, waiting to see where her imagination takes us next.

When she is not playing in the universe of her mind, she is playing with her children who she encourages to follow her passion for words, and excel in every area they show interest. In fact, this talented word smith finds that life through their eyes is a constant lesson in self discovery, happiness and curiosity.

Inspired by her everyday world of family, infused with an unquenched curiosity, and gifted with the ability to take us to places we could never have imagined, Catrina Taylor is an authour who promises to keep you fully immersed in a world of wonder and intrigue, waiting for more.

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Karyn Pearson reviewed on on April 29, 2012

I don't typically read science fiction books, so going into this, I felt I might have been a bit out of my league. However, much to my delight, I was mistaken. I found myself almost immediately drawn into the story and its characters. Despite the short length of this story (and having never read any of the other books in the Xenonian Origins series), I was able to connect with each of the characters introduced as well as really get a sense of this world they live in where psionics are shunned and killed off or deemed expendable. Being able to fully immerse the reader, especially a reader unfamiliar with the science fiction genre, is a great feat for a writer to achieve in such a limited amount of space. Taylor does this beautifully, masterfully, and her writing holds my attention from the beginning to end. I'm definitely going to have to expand my usual book-reading genres to include Taylor's works into them. All in all, I'm going to be looking forward to reading more from this author. I highly recommend her to anyone considering looking into her work. You won't regret it!
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sue parker reviewed on on April 24, 2012
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She is one of the best writers I never read sy fy until I got her first book Birth of an Impiar great book if you don't have it get it you won't be sorry
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