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The telepathic bonding between pairs of human Seekers and catlike ghattis enables the Seekers Veritas to distinguish truth from falsehood, insuring that justice prevails on the world of Methuen. When a renegade Seeker/ghatti pair begins targeting Seekers for murder, a young woman finds her world's salvation locked in the recesses of her hidden past. Strong characterization and inventive world building highlight this series opener, making it a good choice for most fantasy collections.
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I read and loved these books as a teenager and now I'm getting them again for my feline-loving daughter. I wish Gayle Greeno had continued writing.Published 11 months ago by vagabond phoenix
Plenty of action and insight into the characters. Plot carried through to the end. This is the first in the series. Can't wait to read the next one.Published 16 months ago by eqstrn
I really liked this story many years ago and when telling a friend about it I thought I would re-read it. Loved it all over again! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Rhonda
The author does an incredible job of creating a visual image in the mind of the reader throughout the book. All cat lovers MUST read this book!Published 20 months ago by Laurie Groninger
This is the first in a fantasy sci/fi series that I read a long time ago when it first came out. I loved it then and was looking for it to come out on Kindle so I could reread it. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Meotzi
I loved this book. I have read all five of the Ghatti series and loved them all. I on,y wish Gayle Greeno were still writing this series. Each one is a great book. Read morePublished on August 29, 2013 by Janet Groberski
A human colony planet has regressed back to a combination of medieval and industrial-age technology. Read morePublished on August 14, 2013 by Lori Parker
I owned the paperback version of the entire Ghatti's Tale series for many years. Recently I honed down my paper library due to space restrictions. Read morePublished on August 4, 2013 by J. Steege
I liked the whole book, but I found the concept of large kitties that you could communicate with especially endearing. Read morePublished on February 27, 2013 by Andrea B. Reiter