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Home Worlds by Debbie Behan
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bookshelves: romance
Recommended to Sharon L by: Logan Writers
Recommended for: fans of sci-fi/fantasy/parallel word sagas

Debbie Behan clearly has a significant knowledge of mythology, the constellations and the universe and brings this together in an impressive way in this story about a woman who finds herself mysteriously stranded in the Australian outback at the mercy of a strange bunch of men who have a mysterious secret of their own.

At well over 100,000 words, `Cloud Riders` is a very long story so be prepared for the long haul. At times the action and the pace in some of the scenes set on Earth are quite slow, contrasted with very fast paced and action-packed scenes set in space where the Cloud Riders do battle with the enemies of the universe.

I know the Cloud Riders will be having further adventures, and I am prepared to read the next instalment when it is published.

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October 1, 2012 – Shelved
October 1, 2012 – Finished Reading
September 1, 2013 – Shelved as: romance

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