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On Matissia Wings (The Furlites of Aroriel #1)

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The cold distant world Aroriel -- where primate species never evolved -- has spawned a furry saurian race that now reaches for the stars. Commander Geupetus of Clan Darius, offered command of the first near-lightspeed Starship, hesitates to take the job, as Furlitian Law forbids his teen-aged twins Murkuria and Thorius from accompanying their Clan on this historic mission...more
Kindle Edition, 704 pages
Published (first published May 28th 2011)
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Marie Phillips
Aug 16, 2011 Marie Phillips rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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This review is from my mentor, friend, and Literary Agent, David Ayscue, who passed away last year. Thanks for everything, David. You are missed!
Author-Marie J. S. Phillips

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The author describes this book as “an alien family saga.” This tale is suitable for science fiction readers who enjoy reading stories from the alien point of view. This book fits the niche that includes Robert Sawyer’s FAR-SEER, Lisanne Norman’s SHOLAN ALLIANCE series, and David Brin’s Trilogy which included IN...more
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Marie J. Spinella-Phillips
Born in 1957, in Huntington, on Long Island, I've been driven by an insatiable love of writing, art, and the sciences since very early childhood. My love of animal tales fueled my desire to write, always manifesting in stories from the non-human point of view. I invented my very first character at six years old, creating picture books with a tree as the main protagonist....more
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