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- Print Length: 435 pages
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- Publisher: WordFire Press LLC (March 25, 2019)
- Publication Date: March 25, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07Q27HWXT
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Cooper has improved markedly in each of the three books, and now has a firm grasp on the characters and setting of a series about six genetically augmented children raised on a remote world. After suffering discrimination, if not persecution, on that provincial planet, they have now found themselves as key players in an interstellar struggle involving several worlds.
In "The Wings of Creation," they find themselves on Lopali, a constructed planet populated with humans who have been given wings - but cannot reproduce. Cooper takes all of these elements and delivers a very solid installment in this series, which is apparently going to go on for a while. But if she keeps improving, the more sequels the better.
They and his beloved Alicia join their "new" family on Lopali. However, hostilities have ignited openly with war seemingly imminent between Lopali and Islas. The newcomers soon learn that Lopali is not quite the haven they thought when they first arrived; as everyone wants to fly free including Alicia, but few are allowed. Joseph's mentor Marcus wants him to help the subspecies soar soul and body, but to do so means many will die when the tyrannical state run modifications fail.
This is an entertaining antiwar teen fantasy that grips the audience from the moment the siblings are rejected again. Fans will root for courageous Joseph as he defies the law restricting who can fly to train locals to soar. The romantic subplot between him and Alicia is cute but also detracts from a strong entry in which many people choose to live free to fly or die.