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By: Avril Flower

The Inner Land

Pages: 343 Ratings: 3.0
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James is a tourist visiting the Xann resort on the planet Erm, where fairies dwell and legends persist, when he meets Villa, who tells him about his own strange ancestry and asks for his help. The Orion invaders have been draining Erm of its water, finalising the destruction already being wrought by the planet's own inhabitants, while spreading disharmony and war. To help her cause, Villa needs James and his impromptu wife, Rhu, to recover a lost computer, the Jade Skull. In the meantime, Jara, the Jada of Jadanna, is invited to preside over a conference to discuss the future of the various peoples on the planet. With memories of Atlantis fresh in many minds, Erm's inhabitants must agree on environmental matters. Others have other ideas and Jara's daughter is abducted, with another crystal skull. Will the invaders return her unharmed?  

Avril Flower was a teacher for 40 years of her married life. In her early married life, she spent the first seven years in Assam as the wife of her late tea planter husband Oliver. Since retirement she has written a bevy of books in Fiction, some based in Assam. She lived with her youngest son and his wife in Auckland, New Zealand, and with three bossy cats

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  • Laura Sarjeant

    I was kindly sent this book by Austin Macauley Publishers in exchange of an honest review.

    The book starts by giving you a map and a list of characters, which initially made me think that this book was going to confuse me as I'm not used to reading sci-fi books.
    It turned out that I was right, I did find the book a little confusing which I suppose made it difficult for me to fully enjoy.

    I had to keep re-reading parts to jog my memory as to what was happening and I feel maybe there was a little too much going on. Maybe I just need to read more sci-fi to be able to appreciate it.

    The synopsis mentions war however I don't feel like there was a true war, perhaps not the type of war I expected anyway.

    I gave this book three stars because I promised an honest review however I do feel that people who regularly read and enjoy sci-fi would rate it a solid 5 and I would most definitely recommend that they read this book as it is written very well with a lot of detail.

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