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Earthborn by Sylvia Waugh
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Nov 22, 07

bookshelves: family, science-fiction, young-adult
Recommended for: those who enjoy stories of family, with a touch of science fiction
Read in November, 2007

For the life of my I do not understand why these book aren't more popular. I read half of this tale in the middle of the day. Work and other things drove me away from it, but I could not going to sleep without finding out how the story of Nesta Gwynn ended. I was just too stressed out over the outcome to sleep.

This is the second book in Sylvia Waugh's Ormingat Trilogy. I just found out it was a trilogy , and I was very excited to hear such news. Waugh's characters are so present. While her stories are not the most plot-driven, you desperately want to know what's happening to the characters and how they will respond to everything in actions and emotions. Though her novels are about beings visiting and observing humans from another planet, one finds it difficult not to relate to their needs and desires. Emotion is emotion, not matter what planet you're from.
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