It may be obvious from the look and from the art that the book was originally self-published.
But the art is good. And the writing is pretty amazing. Professional. Progressive and ahead of its time. She writes relationships – complex relationships – well, too. It’s fascinating how she wove how people felt about Earth-born people into the story.
The people feel real. You begin to be interested in them and care about them.
But it did tend to get to be fairly long story. Maybe something I shouldn’t have tried to read cover to cover all at once.
And for someone who seems to be non-religious, she sure talks to God a lot.
But overall, it was an interesting story. I liked it.
Thanks to NetGalley and Dover Publications for a copy in return for an honest review.