The Sheltering Sky: Flight of Fancy

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In a dystopian future, where mankind's dna is altered beyond recognition, the human race is split into three new races... Flyers, Ravineux, and the ones who think they are still human, and call themselves "The People". When a seer from the people finds his mate in a beautiful, latent Flyer boy, post apocalyptic history begins to change with every beat of their hungry hearts. More
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About Cherie Noel

Butcher, baker, candlestick maker…ummm, eww, every chance I get, and I surely would if these damn characters would ever shut up. Born in West Palm Beach, Florida and raised…er, is all over the damn place a sufficiently descriptive term? No? Then how about this? Tinker, tailor, Indian chief…Ooooh, especially when smexy men are involved (!), only under duress, and did the cheek-bones give it away?
Seriously? I’ve lived in Washington D.C., Virginia, Upper Michigan, Texas, New York, California, and Alabama in the United States; Hessen in Germany, London in England, Masirah Island in Oman and…sometimes it was in a house, sometimes in a tent, and sometimes anyplace I could find to lay my head.
I’ve been in love with words since before I drew breath, and I don’t see that ever changing. I write stories. Sometimes I write music with them, sometimes they’re poems, and lately, to my great delight, M/M erotic romance. Yum. Smexy man to the second…or third power…now that’s the kinda math I can get behind!!
The hair curls or frizzes as it will, the eyes are green and tend to look in two different directions—no, really—and the rest is subject to change. You know the guy who didn’t know if he was a butterfly dreaming he was a man or a man dreaming he was a butterfly? Yeah, that’s me, but substitute drag queen for butterfly and wacky, wild ex-Army chick for man.

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Review by: fluffyrhino on Feb. 15, 2014 :
The subject matter was excellent, but I feel that the characters' personalities were inconsistent at times. I feel like the story could really be fleshed out into a fascinating novel or series!
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