Featured Official Review: Domani by Carolyn Gross

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Re: Featured Official Review: Domani by Carolyn Gross

Post by NadineTimes10 » 05 Jun 2018, 00:46

KatJonesSH wrote:
05 Jun 2018, 00:28
I love when an author finds a question that not many ask about, and then create a whole different world from it. Just a few days ago, I read that if the Sun doesn't rise for 24 hours straight, we would all go blind and the assumption really got me thinking: what else would transform in our bodies just so we could adapt to such a major change?
Wow! That definitely is an interesting question. :eusa-think:

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Post by strawberrysab » 05 Jun 2018, 05:54

Despite not being usually drawn to science fiction books, this one sounds intriguing. Well developped characters and an interesting idea.
Berry :wine:

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Post by Callistus Ibenye » 05 Jun 2018, 12:27

I like some fantasy novels, but not all of them. I have not read the book yet, but I'll do that and then let you know what I think about it.

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Post by Nwador12 » 05 Jun 2018, 16:17

Thank you very much for the great review the book is indeed interested in reading, what a planet

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Post by Misael » 06 Jun 2018, 09:34

Science fiction books do not appeal to me. However, one reviewer had given a very nice review that I am now tempted to wear my eyeglasses at once to try this genre.

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Post by BookishCoffeeBlog » 07 Jun 2018, 01:43

This sounds like such an interesting premise! It is definitely my type of book. Thank you so much for the great review. I am glad you enjoyed the book!

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Post by coolallans3032 » 07 Jun 2018, 09:05

The review has given me interest in the book.

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Post by KitabuKitamu » 08 Jun 2018, 06:19

Reading this review has convinced me even more of the capacity of man to imagine the most wild and bizzarre/out of the ordinary things we could ever think of. Sounds like a great book but not up my alley.

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Post by Lennycat » 08 Jun 2018, 14:46

Wow! Thanks for the great review. This sounds like a really interesting book. I love science fiction and the characters in this story sound like they were very well-written. I'm loving the book cover art too. I'll definitely put this one on my reading list.

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Post by sojimoh1 » 09 Jun 2018, 11:42

Dark planet of Dalia: I can't stop wondering why one could think darkness is what they deserve-Lulu, they should pray for Laima shares little of its light with them.

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