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Kimberly Gould has created a new world without abandoning the one we already know. With tender love and heart-stopping maneuvers, Cargon races toward a surprise ending that will leave you craving more. -- Jennifer M. Barry, author of "The Kingdom"
Cargon: Honour and Privilege is the first of three Cargon books I have planned. As a post-apocalyptic renaissance, Cargon combines the feel of medieval fantasy with the science and speculative components of Science Fiction. It is a true Sci-Fi/Fantasy. Although the protagonist is female, this isn't a 'girl' book. Logic rules Eve more than emotion and the point of view in the story is shared with a male character, Adam.See all Editorial Reviews
This important young adult book uses a very interesting concept of social connections. They are made or broken by civil, yet ruthless, strategies on a game board, which takes the... Read morePublished on April 30, 2012 by PD
A woman smart enough to challenge - - and beat, the next in line for leadership of a future world, yet beautiful enough to draw powerful admirers who could help her or bring her... Read morePublished on March 10, 2012 by Thoughtful Lady
I actually knew this author when she was writing Fanfictions on FF.net. She was a brilliant author then and she's certain to still be a brilliant author. Read morePublished on January 29, 2012 by Autumn