Catara - A Story of the Gefaradan

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
It was supposed to be a simple shopping trip, just Math and his mother. However, nothing is ever simple for Danyl’s Idenk. Katu would do anything to avoid joining the temple, and has. Then an off-worlder shows up and the temple doesn't seem like such a bad choice after all. More

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Words: 23,910
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301059560
About Lugh MacFey

Lugh is an adult humanoid who lives on the east coast of Turtle Island with its spawn, two doggerals, and a pair if felinish creatures. It can most commonly be found haunting the internet, most especially the chat room of, or tip-tapping on the keyboard which is permanently attached to the lazy boy chair arm.

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Review by: Alicia Nordwell on Oct. 12, 2012 :
On Catara things are NEVER what they seem. Neither is Math. He's supposed to be a clone of Danl ... but he's most definitely his own person. When he takes a trip down to Catara, something that went over spectacularly bad for Danl (though Math has no idea how so), things take a turn... a turn I'm not going to spoil. Let's just say that it's exciting, and mystical, and crazy, and beautiful...

Catara is a short story, but at only $1.99, it is most definitely worth the price. It has a rich new universe and a cast of intriguing characters. I've always been a big fan of Lugh's anyway, but this has always been one of my favorite stories. I'm really glad he published it!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Cheryl Headford on Oct. 12, 2012 :
I read this book some time ago before it was published. It's one of the first 'gay' books I'd read that had more story than sex. And a great story it is too. Lugh writes with a vivid, gentle hand, and the story gradually unfolds enveloping us in a whole new world, seeing it through the eyes of an initially naive young man who grows up during the course of the story.

I would recommend this to anyone who likes sci fi, anyone who likes romance and anyone who just likes a bloody good story.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Renee Stevens on Oct. 11, 2012 :
I for one certainly enjoyed reading this story. Relatively short at around 24,000 words, Lugh nonetheless weaves a tale of intrigue. While I read, I was left with many questions, but nearly all of them were answered by the end of this story. I will definitely be reading this one again as well as any other that Lugh decides to publish!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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