The Vanishing Venusians Reseen

The Vanishing Venusians Reseen

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by Lee Brackett
     
 
Matty and Rory are the only two women strong enough capable of finding a home for several thousand desperate colonists of Venus. The dangerous seductive powers of the plant people of the Sea of Morning Opals may stop them, as may the strange Golden Swimmers. A Gender Switch Adventure.

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Matty and Rory are the only two women strong enough capable of finding a home for several thousand desperate colonists of Venus. The dangerous seductive powers of the plant people of the Sea of Morning Opals may stop them, as may the strange Golden Swimmers. A Gender Switch Adventure.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011077456
Publisher:
Jekkara Press
Publication date:
07/29/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
228,009
File size:
397 KB

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The Vanishing Venusians Reseen 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well this is certainly a different kind of book. I liked it very much. You are a fantastic author. Thanks for the great read. Is there going to be more like in a series? J..... :)
Anonymous 3 months ago
Definitely want a sequel
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Traction_Bob More than 1 year ago
This story is Leigh Brackett's "The Vanishing Venusians", supposedly written with genders reversed. Their text editor works well enough; the names are switched for opposite-gender names often enough, and the pronouns are reversed as well, it just doesn't make sense. Rory is supposedly pregnant, and yet she's the one sent off to explore an island, to climb cliffs? I'll give 'em a point for the provocative cover, but otherwise it's very, very, very, very similar to the original work from which it is derived. There are several of this kind of thing out there. Jekkara Press, I suppose? See the original "The Vanishing Venusians" for a similar story.
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