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The Dreamers of Ourdh

4.0 of 5 stars 4.00  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  4 reviews
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In that innermost circle of friends to which one only admits a lover, Arenh had never had room for anyone but Mikah. Mikah's innermost circle was somewhat larger than Arenh's—to put it politely—but Arenh had never doubted his friend's loyalty and devotion. The two men were destined to become the
Paperback, 218 pages
Published May 27th 2012 by Great Way Publications (first published May 19th 2012)
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Thelbert Dewain Belgrad

Reviewed by Christopher Moss

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Science fiction.

Ourdh is a planet colonized by humans from Earth many hundreds of years ago. They have divided roughly into three clans, the Emerald, the Crimson and the Indigo. Each clan has its origins, the Emerald from North America, the Crimson from Northern Europe and the Indigo from all the tropical areas of the home planet. There is a native species as well, the

This story is so much more than a gay sci-fi story. It invites the reader to reflect on who he/she is and who, in fact, people from other ethnic groups are. The characters are well developed and the sci-fi ideas are very simply presented. Thelbert Belgard has quite a talent for story telling and I am looking forward to other books by him. As time does not limit the telling of one character’s story, perhaps a continuation of Arenh’s or Mikah’s journey is in the works.
I was very intrigued by this book but was disappointed by it overall. The characters had no depth and seemed to be more robotic than the actual robots in the story. I could not connect with the way the characters processed their emotions or their reactions. In all you have to be a certain mindset to find this book enjoyable
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