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Really nice to have a second book when I had so enjoyed the first. Still reading.Published 19 days ago by Mum
A fine sequel to Hominids. As well as the sci-fi aspect of parallel worlds where humans died out on the other world, the author has a dig at some aspects of our beliefs. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kay Smillie
The main idea I got from the book was "Canada good, USA bad"...Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Things get rather complex and we see the issues a society that is monitored at all times.
It's not the utopia that one would like it to be.
Oh, Canada indeed.
I'm trying to figure out if this series was written for the Canadian market or if the author has traveled much. Read more
A really engaging read. The physics is not too difficult, and the idea of inter-species love is just too irresistible for me.Published 9 months ago by Karen
First book in a long time I really got sucked into.
I read the first book in this trilogy when it was published in Analog, and I am just now reading the sequel. Read more
This second book gives us a closer look at the Neanderthal way of life. Things are also getting more complicated for Ponter and Mary as they develop their personal relationship.Published 13 months ago by Darlene K.