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The Body Dwellers

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In a world divided by genetics and a concrete wall, Indeara Adair, a mutant enforcer survives by kicking the occasional gnome ass. A job her half-human, half-mutant cells make her terrifyingly skilled at. Life is good with a few exceptions, namely, an elite force of cops who have Indeara in their sights, not to mention the reappearance of Quinn Daniels, a man who betrayed ...more
Paperback, First, 230 pages
Published April 13th 2011 by Solstice Publishing (first published February 24th 2011)
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Ross
May 31, 2011 Ross rated it really liked it
An intense science fiction mystery, the story is set on an alternate Earth. In this world humanity has fractured: Normal humans live ordinary, comfortable lives while, behind a wall, guarded by corporations, mutants struggle daily just to survive.

Indeara, an orphaned mutant, finds herself in the middle of the conflict, her extended, human family on one side, the mutants she loves on the other.

While some of Ms. Kazimer's (the author's) characters (her villains, specifically) read a bit one dimens
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MB
May 09, 2011 MB rated it really liked it
Sassy! What can I say about a book that made me want to run out and buy a pair of pink combat boots? Her depiction of the future and the mutants among us will make you laugh. And make you think. And then make you root for the mutants!

Can't wait to read more from this author!
Cathrina Constantine
Julie Kazimer is a prolific and gifted author who knows how to keep the reader on the edge. In The Body Dwellers, Julie takes us on a wild, fast paced rollercoaster ride. You barely have time to inhale before the protagonist, Indeara, who is half-mutant, five-foot-six, dressed in a skullcap, black cargo pants, and pink combat boots kicks some butt. A Stannum is a term Indeara hates, it's a genetic mutation of metals which protects her cells and heals like lightning, however, she feels pain like ...more
DeAnna Knippling
May 24, 2011 DeAnna Knippling rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Body dwellers are a magical creature that can take another person's skin and wear it. Therefore, it shouldn't be too hard to guess that this is a book about who, exactly, is inside a particular skin.

The style is fun, the writing is fast and fun, the character is a strong female character who's actually strong and "strong" as in having an actual personality that affects the plotting in the book.

Loyalties shift; people (of course) aren't who you thought they were; it's an uphill battle for complex
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Nana Prah
Nov 04, 2013 Nana Prah rated it it was amazing
I loved this book. It made me laugh, get angry, a little sad, excited, but most of all it made me think throughout the book. I enjoyed trying to figure out what would happen. Ms. Kazimer had me pretty stumped. Just when I thought I had figured it out, she twisted it up on me.

Indeara was awesome. She reminded me of a mutant Stephanie Plum, except not only did she have luck on her side, but Indeara could fight, shoot a gun with accuracy, and use explosives without burning her eyebrows off. Plus sh
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Sandy Grissett
Jul 08, 2014 Sandy Grissett rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Good read

I was shocked when I started reading the book. There are body dwellers, Gnomes, Cyclops, Fairies, then you have the resistance, etc. The main character in the book is Indeara, when injured she slowly heals. She and Quinn were lovers before he shot her 3 times in the chest. There is some humour and allot of action. She meets her father, Arthur, and goes to visit him when she hears that he is dying. Her father is trying to kill all of the mutants with a vaccine and she needs to set out to
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Melissa
May 21, 2011 Melissa rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great read. This book did not let up. I loved it. The characters were well developed. The plot and storyline kept me well “into” the book. The pace never let me out. This book was such a joy to read, with it complex originality. I would love to see what happens next! I total recommend!

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J.A. Kazimer is a writer living in Denver, CO.

When she isn't looking for the perfect place to hide the bodies, she spends her time surrounded by cats with attitude and a little puppy named Killer. Other hobbies include murdering houseplants.

After years of slacking, she received a master's degree in forensic psychology, which she promptly ignored and started writing novels.

In addition to studying
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