Flawed Gods

Rated 4.67/5 based on 6 reviews
There are many Earths like ours, all created by the Varan race. We, their progeny, are imperfect, but so are our creators. In this first book of the series, we meet a Varan women named Doella, who becomes a champion for her charges because she cares about the right of humans to survive all the challenges forced on them, and if they do succeed they might just as well have lost… 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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Anthony Davis reviewed on Feb. 24, 2013

This is an original and imaginative creation of a future time. At least, we assume it`s the future. Who can explain the nature of space and time. Normally I would take ages to read a book but this time I wanted to know what would happen next. I can`t wait to read the next installment. HYCLOS. I`m sure it will not disappoint.
(reviewed 31 days after purchase)
Pauline Forrester reviewed on Dec. 29, 2012

Flawed Gods is believable enough to be true, with well defined, realistic characters and background information. Diverse enough for eveyone to enjoy. Step out of the box and start the rollercoater. Fun, interesting and a little bizarre. Five stars for oginality.
(reviewed 16 days after purchase)
Ben Brown reviewed on June 26, 2012

Flawed Gods is a beautifully woven hybrid of both sci-fi and fantasy. The author manages to move seamlessly from our world, to those she has created. Unlike with so many fantasy books, at no point did I feel that she had taken a step to far. She handles the balance between believability, and outright fantasy, with all the skill of a tightrope walker. At no point does she topple into the cliché, or over trodden paths of others.
The characters in this book are well formed and completely compelling. Doella, the main character, is a good example of this. I could totally see her in my mind’s eye, and I wasn’t always sure that I liked what I saw. That’s one of the things I liked about this book, too often characters are too black or white. For me, Doella was kind of gray—as are many people in the real world. Nobody is perfect, least of all, a flawed God.
I highly recommend this book to lovers of both fantasy and sci-fi—the rest of you will love it too, I know I did. Five stars.
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)
Phill Campbell reviewed on June 25, 2012

A highly original first novel, adult, compelling and avant-garde. Vividly imagined, with a relentless, exciting pace. the author's invention of lamina physics is an especially ingenious touch. A must-read for those who are tired of traditional fantasy scenarios. Highly recommended.
(reviewed 16 days after purchase)
Christine Corrish reviewed on June 18, 2012

I'm not really a big sci-fi reader but this book was recommended to me - and I really enjoyed it. Looking forward to the next one.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
Steve Trip reviewed on June 15, 2012

A great read, very immersive world with rich characters and storyline. I must read for any sci-fi / fantasy buffs out there. Highly recommended.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)

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