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Saardu (Higher Natures #12)

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Ruby is the only child with an active imagination in a future spaceship community run by superstitious genetic engineers who put her parents down for being incurable daydreamers. She escapes on the sweetly scary planet Saardu and becomes the unlikely hero sent by children of a higher authority.
This book was published under the author's maiden name, Dillon, and is no longe
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Paperback, Limited 1st Edition, 256 pages
Published December 3rd 2009 by Imagination Unleashed (first published November 14th 2009)
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C.Y. Dillon
Mar 29, 2010 C.Y. Dillon rated it it was amazing
Shelves: higher-natures
What I learned from inventing this book is why Einstein said that imagination is more important than knowledge, and why he advised that we must never lose a holy curiosity. I learned why I love Helen Keller and what she meant by "security is mostly a superstition." I learned to focus on the positive, to stay conscious of my word, and how to keep my love of life alive.
Science Fictionfan
Feb 06, 2011 Science Fictionfan rated it did not like it
This book was poorly written and amateurish.

It also seems sad that the author rated her own book- giving it 5 stars, of course.

Stay classy.
Marcus
Oct 15, 2016 Marcus rated it liked it
This was a very fast and confusing read. I wasn't actually sure what the author was trying to accomplish, but too me; the point was missed.
Science Fictionfan
Didn't like it. Amateurish and dull.
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Since most of my readers have asked this question, I answer it by way of GoodReads reviews: What or who influenced my writing?

As you can see from my bookshelves, this is what I remember reading, how much it influenced me as a human being, and why I have a passion for protecting childhood and introducing kids to my rabbit hole, which is String Theory.

Besides the Saardu books, which are now volumes
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Other Books in the Series

Higher Natures (4 books)
  • The Ills of Saardu (1985)
  • Polydimensional Honeymooners (Higher Natures, #5)
  • Soul Mates (Higher Natures, #4)
  • Saardu 3 ~ Deja Vu

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