Thursday, November 15, 2012

REVIEW for Exiled: Autumn's Peril

Book One (The Chronicles of Caleath), November 11, 2012

By Karen Doering "Parent's Little Black Book" 

Game Master Caleath has been living in exile from his home planet Rampart 6 for a number of years. Like many of his kind he is haunted by his past, defined by his skills and hunted for his superior genetics. Having been captured and then set free by shipwreck he tries to keep himself hidden from those who would kill him. But he cannot escape the gamekeepers watch. They are everywhere and his chances of true freedom are small.

But limited as his chances for true escape may be Caleath still tries to find the way to freedom. With his new friends he will do all he can to save this planet from the fate that awaits it.

The world built is well defined, complex, imaginative and realistic. The protagonists compelling and believable, the secondary characters move the plot forward as needed. I found the dialog to be very good for this type of fantasy novel. It defines the characters well and helps the backstory develop easily. A very good Fantasy/Sci-Fi.

Karen Bryant Doering,
Parents' Little Black Book
Mist Blue Eeyore (no spaces)

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