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Org's Odyssey: A Tale of Post-Human Earth

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Young Baron Org, at sixteen, lives in the Duchy of Otterland, a small nation in Britannia, one of the many lands of post-human Earth, known as Anthropia and dominated by Anthropians, the replacement for humans. Org is a white otter with golden antlers, wings, gills, a dolphin's tail, and flippered feet, who feels lonely in the world, despite the friendship of Camellia Carm ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published April 30th 2003 by iUniverse
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Angela Oliver
Aug 03, 2013 rated it it was ok
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for designing a new cover for it (not the blue one, although mine isn't much better. I'm a far better artist now than I was in 2004 or whenever this book came out).

Rated: It was OK, because it did entertain me (see below).

This book is amusing, albeit unintentionally. The story begins with a rather nicely complicated, and ridiculous, infodump explaining how the "Anthropians" came to be. Giving dolphins' gills for a start seems rather dubious - as d
M.M. Strawberry Reviews
Nov 12, 2012 rated it did not like it
Shelves: terrible-book
This book is funny, for all the wrong reasons. Though some might mock the author or the fact that he is a furry or whatever, but seriously, it's the LEAST reason why people should dislike this book.

It is the writing itself that is the issue. Some phrases/dialogue are very repetitive, and there is an inordinate amount of purple prose and infodumps that interrupt the flow of the story, at least if the story had a flow. One of the perils of vanity publishing is that there is no editing, and this bo
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