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The Ebonite and Her Earthling

(The Kota Series #2)

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True heroes sacrifice for the benefit of others even others most alien.

For the Kota Warriors, everything has changed. Ebon, their new home, is a desolate planet never meant for human life. The native Kynajabi creatures threaten the Ebonite colonists survival, and the ruling Council has sent their army to eradicate the beasts. Many soldiers have died, and fear grows over
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ebook, 395 pages
Published January 16th 2014 (first published March 2005)
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Tony Parsons
May 31, 2015 rated it it was amazing
he spacecraft WARBIRD from Earth had crashed on the desolate planet Ebon. The 4 aliens 2 men & 2 woman aboard were badly hurt.
Dr. Cliqani & Dr. Roticarneot (Surgeon) were the attending physicians.
On 1 of the female Bulls (Earthling), a reconstructive neurobiological technology was done & an implantation device was installed into the patient's damaged skull.
The 2 males were: Rave-Leo (Earthling, Warrior) & Arctos (teen, Earthling, Warrior).

Abduction (villain) & Cruelthor
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Rebecca McCray
Nov 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing
This is the 2nd book in The Kota series. The four Kota warriors from book one are center-stage again, but there are also some new characters introduced, which adds some nice variety.

The story starts where book one left off. The warriors have gone through a portal into a new dimension and crash-landed on Ebon, a new planet. The species they meet, the Ebonites, are descendants of humans some time ago, but have changed genetically over time to better adapt to their world. Due to this, there are
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Danni
Feb 23, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I loved the first book in this series and wanted to be blown away by this one. I was! There are many really great writers in this genre but few I have read who create such amazing worlds. The detail Sunshine Somerville goes into really brings her characters and settings to life, making them both powerful and easy to imagine. This series really is pure escapism, transporting you to another place for the time you are lost in its pages.
Simon
Feb 27, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I knew this was going to be a five star read from the beginning. For my money it is actually better than The Kota which I loved as I think there is another level of complexity to the ever evolving saga. I really liked the change of focus and as usual Sunshine Somerville creates awesome worlds and characters.
Sunshine Somerville
Jan 18, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Review from BookViral.com:

Always original and compelling, Sunshine Somerville continues the tale of The Kota as she adds a thrilling new dimension to her epic saga and its sure to captivate your imagination. It isnt an easy genre for authors to distinguish themselves and competition remains fierce, but Somerville has definitely made her mark with her imaginative world building prowess. She laid the foundations in The Kota and whilst she relies more on genre tropes this time around she still
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Scott Spotson
Jun 01, 2016 rated it liked it
I really enjoyed the author's first book, The Kota, and was looking forward to the sequel. Again, she demonstrates her mastery of rich, textured prose and multi-layered, deep characters. Again she has that distinct voice that is so important in any author. She is truly invested in her characters, especially Cliqani, the unsung heroine of this novel who is not flashy, but earns a deep reservoir of respect through her mature, unselfish, and noble deeds as doctor to the sick.

Ultimately, my only
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Sunshine Somerville
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AUTHOR NOTE:
IGNORE 2005 EDITION.
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Sunshine Somerville is a Science Fantasy author who loves blending genres. She has a degree in English Literature and self-published her first book at the ripe old age of nine.  She currently lives on the beachy side of Michigan with her husband, two fur babies, and two human daughters. 
The Kota Series is a Science Fantasy epic based on youthful obsessions with X-Men, Star Wars, The Chronicles of
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