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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2014

    Loved this story!

    Thoughtful, intriguing science fiction, with adventure, action and conflict. This is emotionally engaging. It starts as a coming -of age, rite of passage of a teenage girl , Daiya,on a far future Earth, where humans live in seemingly simple, low tech agricultural villages, with strong religious beliefs & customs, some of which seem very cruel, yet these humans have mental powers of telepathy and psychokinesis that could make them very dangerous to anyone who does not. At first they appear to have reached a level of mental communion with each other that is an enviable closeness and intertwining of shared feelings and thoughts. However, as Daiya discovers, they do not tolerate individuality, questioning, separateness. As she embarks on the ordeal, the rite of passage to adulthood, with her friends and future mate, she discovers shocking new realities that undermine her beliefs, her way of life, her people's idea of Earth, and the discovery of other humans who long ago embarked on other journeys out into the solar system and have become very different. I highly recommend this, and cannot wait to read the next book in this trilogy! What will happen to Daiya, her family, her friends, the planet? Very imaginative and very reflective of how we humans really think and act and treat each other.

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