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Davidia's Seed Paperback – June 10, 2015
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About the Author
A native New Yorker, Michael W. Smart writes mystery and science fiction novels. Michael traces his passion for science fiction to the pioneers of the genre he read at a young age, authors who continue to inspire his love of reading and writing science fiction. He is also the author of the Bequia Mysteries series, set in tropical St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He is an experienced blue water sailor and airplane pilot, two passions the protagonists in all his novels share.
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In another part of the universe, bat-like intelligent creatures struggle to unravel the mystery that may determine their very survival. It revolves around who they are as a lifeform and whether they are part of a larger heritage with what they consider an inferior race. When these two plots intersect, everything explodes.
The story is well-constructed, enough detail to be completely believable with themes about racial struggles and survival that will resonate with lots of readers. I selected this book because I so enjoyed Smart's Bequia Mysteries series. While a completely different genre, Smart does the same great job of storytelling with fascinating characters and complex worlds that leave me wanting more when the last page is turned. Reading this book reminds me why I used to be such a huge science fiction fan.