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Paw-Prints of the Gods

(Hollow Moon #2)

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On the forbidding planet of Falsafah, archaeologists are on the verge of a discovery that will shake the five systems to the core. Ravana O'Brien, snatched from her friends for reasons unknown, finds herself on another wild adventure, this time in the company of two alien greys, a cake-obsessed secret agent and a mysterious little orphan boy at the centre of something very ...more
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Published September 29th 2013 by WyrdStar (first published September 28th 2013)
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Richard Bunning
Dec 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Paw-Prints is a pretty solid standalone, but for all that I regret not reading Hollow Moon first. I would have preferred a full prologue, rather than the sometimes rather clunky slotting in of backstory when the author felt it necessary. However, when strong prologue is so frowned on by so many 'modern writing experts' its often avoidance is only to be expected. The problem is that gradual past history integration requires very a great deal of the writer, far more than the ability to tell a good ...more
Thaddeus White
Dec 05, 2013 rated it really liked it
This book was the Other Book of the Month for November 2013 over at the Indie Book Club on Goodreads.

It’s a sci-fi story that takes place in the relatively near future. Mankind has now colonised about five star systems but has yet to make confirmed contact with aliens.

The story follows Ravana, a young archaeologist who wakes up to find herself in a dubious psychiatric hospital. It soon emerges that the sick minds present are not so much the patients as the staff, and that she’s been kidnapped an
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Tahlia Newland
Oct 21, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: sci-fi
Paw Prints of the Gods is truly excellent science fiction. The author has not only created a unique and riveting tale, but has also set it in a seamless future world complete in all its details. The scientific details of this world are impressive, at least to me.

Ravana, who I first met in Hollow Moon, book one in this series, has gone missing, and when her father finds out, he gathers his team around him, makes hasty repairs to his old ship and flies off to find her. Meanwhile, she escapes capti
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D.L. Morrese
Oct 11, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Ravana O'Brien resumes her role as an intrepid teenage heroine in this sequel to Hollow Moon, which ends with… well, to avoid spoilers, let’s just say you should not count your dead villains until you see their desiccated corpses. In this story, the residents of her home inside a recently crippled hollowed-out asteroid have become refuges on Ascension, a nearby planet orbiting Barnard’s Star. They are not entirely welcome. In fact, they are not at all welcome. Ravana, now a student at Newbrum Un ...more
Michel Meijer
Jul 08, 2014 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Tricked again by an exceptional high Goodreads score, 4.5 so I ordered it and started to read it. Soon that reading became scanning the pages, irritated and unwilling to continue. None of the storyline nor characters appealed to me. The scenery lacks any detail you would expect for a journey on an alien planet. The plotlines are uninteresting, and the rush to the end is boring. And the main character? I have found nothing, very maybe except for the part when she was held captive at the beginning ...more
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Steph Bennion is a writer and musician, born and bred in the Black Country but now living in Hastings, England. Her science-fiction stories are written as a reaction to the dearth of alternative heroes amidst bookshelves swamped by tales of the supernatural. For every aspiring vampire or wizard, the world needs an astrophysicist, an engineer, or at the very least someone who can make the trains ru ...more

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