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Human Nature Paperback – July 26, 2010
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Human Nature is a truly magnificent book. I am amazed at how much depth and complexity all the characters and the plot have.
--Athena, The Romance Studio, 4/5 Hearts!
"Human Nature is a truly magnificent book. I am amazed at how much depth and complexity all the characters and the plot have."
-5 star review from Athena at The Romance Studio
From the Author
Human Nature is another example of the control freak complex I have. I took a perfectly healthy, established, and happy woman and tossed her in a meat grinder. That's kind of selfish of her, since I dropped the entire planet into the same meat grinder and over 90% of them didn't make it back out. Still, we wouldn't be fascinated with extinction level events if they weren't a possibility.
This story unwrapped around the character, which was unusual for me. Usually I have an idea where I'm going and what I want to do with it, but this time around every new chapter was a surprise for me. In fact it did not end the way I anticipated, but in spite of that I'm very pleased with how it got there and the direction it ended up.
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Unfortunately, this story was very unpolished. Many people, even minor characters who are in the story from beginning to end carry the bare minmum in description. And that's not all. Even the aliens are barely described. I felt was reading an extended rough draft, instead of a novel.
And to make matters worse, the author seems to be sending the message that women should only be together as a last resort. Not surprising considering the author is a married man. It makes you wonder why he even tried his hand at lesbian fiction.
I would not recommend this book to anyone at all.
The real theme in this book is growth. The human race is growing stronger against the aliens. As she works on patching people up, Dawn grows more confident in herself and her skills - both as a doctor and as a leader. And, an unexpected love grows between Dawn and ________. Well, I can't give it away, can I?
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