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Tigra

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2014

    Goofy

    What had started out as an interesting story quickly became absurd. Two different societies are in conflict and neither is worth saving. The ending is a confused muddle of hedonism and beastiality.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2013

    OK adventure story

    The "science" in this novel isn't accurate enough to qualify it as sifi, IMO. Basic physics is bent to fit a so-so plot. Not impressive.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2007

    Interesting and scary new world! Great read!!

    Jeena Garza is a young woman, a soldier, and an escaped prisoner of a galactic war but is she in a better place? Among the almost familiar animal life on Ararat, Jeena finds a friend and companion. She builds a temporary home and waits--for what? Rescue or recapture? Jeena's unaffected confidence and courage combine with the survival abilities learned, and her own natural instincts to make her someone to be dealt with, as the other 'settlers' on the distant planet discover. R. J. Leahy has succeeded in building an imaginative alternate world that I would like to visit. You will too, but I'm taking a weapon, Jeena Garaza and Jeena's new friend, Samson. This is one of those novels that will haunt you for years--maybe forever. Review by Wanda C. Keesey

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