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Nandia's Copper

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There was a time in humankind's future when many civilizations were failing. Inexplicably, it was also a time when a few advanced souls had developed conscious telepathy and teleportation. Nandia and Bernard were two such people. Teleported to the planet Fantibo as delegates of the Galactic Grand Council, their mission is to tame the deadly Saragalla epidemic that rages at ...more
ebook, 210 pages
Published August 22nd 2016 by Therapeutae Press (first published 2016)
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Anna
Mar 20, 2018 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
I don't have a DNF list, but after attempting to read this book, I do. It's written in first person, which can be good if done RIGHT, but the writing is just plodding and preachy. The author tries to create parallels to modern times (politics, climate change, etc) but shoves it down your throat in the way it is written. Also, the MC salivating over the "attractive Elder" is just so poorly expressed.
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