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They found him in the South Ofrann Desert, where everything evil lived. No one knew what he was. Most called him a demon. One leader thought this stranger-without-a past held the key to tribal peace and prosperity. That leader's enemies saw an opportunity to gain control of the nation.
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Published March 14th 2012 by smashwords
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Tarah Scott
There are loads of different kinds of sci-fi to choose from--from hard sci-fi to far away alien cultures that stretch the imagination. But Moon's Kiss is one of those rare, mainstream science fiction novels that takes us into a reality not quite our own--but one that so easily could be ours.

Manerra, the young man who would choose almost any fate except that which is his: to rule. His brother Aya, another son of the gods, who knows his people stand on the brink of a change that even he can barely
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Moons' Kiss by Kimberly K. Comeau
Kimberly K. Comeau

I agreed to read & review Moons’ Kiss by Kimberly K. Comeau without really knowing much about it, aside from the fact that it was a fantasy story with an interesting premise. What I got in this 408 page novel more than made up for the time it took to read. Ms. Comeau’s tale slowly drew me in and by the end I found myself comparing it to another sci-fi book, Stranger In A Strange Land by a master of the genre, Robert Heinlein. (Coincidentally Heinlein was listed by the auth
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Tee loves Kyle Jacobson
Moons' Kiss is one of those rare books that creates a world that is like no other. It has it's on language Yatren and a dictionary of what the words are in the front of the book. I love when authors create a world different from the mundane worlds we see regularly. My hat goes of to Kimberly for pulling it off.

Moons' Kiss is about three brothers who have dreams of their own but when reality hits they each have to work through the path they want VS the path they will lead. One brother is easy goi
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Jessica
Kimberly K. Comeau's Moon's Kiss is Science Fiction that doesn't feel like Science Fiction, which works for me because I'm not a big Sci-Fi fan. The story follows Manerra, a young man in line to rule his country even though he has misgivings about accepting the responsibility, and Kayarra, the man thought to be a demon by most of the country.

While crossing the desert to return to his brother and ruler Aya's entourage, Manerra discovers a group of cannibals about to kill Kayarra. Bound by his dut
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Misty Rios
The use of the "Yatren" language and definitions in this book made it difficult for me to really get into it at first. I felt like it required too much effort to learn the terms in order to be able to enjoy the story. I forced myself through the beginning chapters and as I approached chapter 17 I had decided to give up. There were too many descriptive passages that many times only described everyday tasks, and although that does help the reader to get a clearer picture of what "everyday life" wa ...more
Stephanie Ward
'Moon's Kiss' is a greatly intriguing science fiction adventure novel. It centers around a tribe who is trying to maintain peace with outsiders and the political standings within the tribe. Enter Kayarra, a "demon" and everything the tribe is working towards is put into jeopardy. Who exactly is this "demon" and what does he really want?

I found this novel to be full of action and adventure with some really great science fiction aspects. The history and detailed lifestyle of the tribe and it's peo
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Evelyn Twilley
I have never been a Sci-Fi fan; however, upon reading Moon's Kiss I became totally absorbed in a world I didn't know existed. So engrossed was I, that I felt I was a part of the book. It wraps itself around you and draws you in. Perhaps some day I'll read another Sci-Fi - if it is penned by Kimberly K. Comeau. -Evelyn Twilley
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I was sixteen or seventeen when I began a story set in the Ofrann Desert of Axxord. I never finished that story, but the setting and characters, Kayarra and Aya, stayed with me through graduation, marriage, the birth of a son, full-time employment, and part-time vocations. Twenty years passed. I completed the draft of a novel called Rainbow Gold. Then, while searching through notes and partially c ...more
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