Rated 4.40/5 based on 5 reviews
The last thing Hesper Fane imagined she'd be at 26 is a grad school dropout, moving back in with her mother to take a job as a janitor in coastal Maine. Little does she know these seemingly ignominious factors are putting her on a collision course with mysterious astronomer Altair, whose blazing black eyes and cryptic demeanor hide a secret as large as Hesper's imagination itself. More
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Native Mainer, and an award-winning fantasy, science fiction, & romance writer.

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Reviews of Eos by Elegy Goldsmith

Shorea A. reviewed on Oct. 9, 2015

Can't finish the story. Hesper Fane's character is like a teenager instead of an almost masters graduate. I almost stopped reading earlier after that part where Altair saved her from hypothermia and she started harping about him having had to undress her and seeing her nude. Duh. Her reactions just got more and more juvenile after that that maybe it would've been better if she had been portrayed as a teenager. Anyway to each her own. If you like women characters who overreact first and think later, then this book is for you.
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Jeanette Turner reviewed on Sep. 27, 2015

More PLEASE! I'd love to find out what 'happens next'!
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Soof327 reviewed on May 24, 2015

Captivating and unique. Spectacular read. As the other reviewer noted, it's a mind blowing ending!
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susmita gurung reviewed on Feb. 8, 2015

My mind is blown..the ending just blew me away..will the story continue?even if it doesn't iam in love and gives my imagination a wild marathon
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Nextmick2 reviewed on Aug. 14, 2014

Really great read!
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