Wizard of Isis

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  • ISBN-13: 9781931513722
  • Publisher: Bella Books
  • Publication date: 4/28/2004
  • Series: Isis Series Series
  • Pages: 184
  • Product dimensions: 5.56 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 27, 2004

    Exhilarating Pace, Engrossing Plot, Great Characters

    At long last, this sequel resolves the cliffhanger we were left with at the end of the fourth installment of this immensely entertaining sci-fi/fantasy series. When last we saw Isis¿s leader Tomyris ¿Whit¿ Whitaker, her jet and that of fellow soldier Danu Sullivan had been chased by enemy forces into Elysium territory. In this continuation of the WINGED ISIS storyline, Whit and Danu crash land and are faced with the difficulties of hiding and surviving in enemy lands. By a stroke of good luck, they fall in with a group of Amazon rebels. But the enemy is hot on their trail, and they are outnumbered hundreds to one. ####### The women of Isis live in Freeland, a democratic city-colony on the western side of the U.S. On the other side is Elysium where religious fanatics, corrupt men, and the Regulators, a Gestapo-type of police force live violent, miserable lives. The highly technological and deadly Elysium men want nothing more than to destroy Isis and take their resources, and only the Border shield powered by satellites stops them. Unfortunately, the Border has developed inconsistencies, and that¿s how the enemy got in. Though the Freeland forces did repel the Elysium attackers, they can¿t afford to lose Whit or Danu, and a rescue mission must be planned. Unfortunately, as with most Isis emergencies, the plan is not quickly decided upon, and Whit¿s partner Kali and Danu¿s girlfriend Tor are tortured by the wait. When the two women take off prematurely on a journey to rescue the two fighters, they set in motion a series of events resulting in battles, chases, and the death of a key character. ####### Stewart¿s plotting is deft and focused, her characters well-rounded, and the storyline compelling. Nobody writes lesbian adventure fiction like she does. I have said it before that Stewart¿s work is in its own special category: a hybrid of science fiction, adventure, and romance in a uniquely lesbian framework. WIZARD OF ISIS has an exhilarating pace and an engrossing plotline. I couldn¿t put the book down until I came to the end, and I eagerly await the next installment. Highly recommended! ~Lori L. Lake, author of Stepping Out, Different Dress, Gun Shy, Under The Gun, and Ricochet In Time, and reviewer for Midwest Book Review, Golden Crown Literary Society¿s The Crown, The Independent Gay Writer, The Gay Read, and Just About Write.

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