Category Archives: Dolvia Saga

GoodReads Jessica Nicole

The sci-fi elements, such as the reptilian gualareps are also well planned and executed, and not just inserted to fit the genre. Continue reading

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Praise for Book I of the Dolvia Series

Ms. Atrium wanted to see true science fiction heroines and she has created them here. Rather than a fully kitted outer space opera ablaze with rockets and ray guns, or a fully feminized drama of warrior queens or porcelain physicists, she has blended all the traditional elements into an indigenous culture full of intrigue and compassion… As the best sci-fi does, we are encouraged to think, to consider, to re-evaluate. Continue reading

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LibraryThing — Chuck Norton

The introduction of the intelligent reptiles, the gualareps, from the planet Cicero is one of the more intriguing and entertaining features of HeartStone. For those among us readers who cherish a special bond with our animals, their presence in the story is most charming and touching and the death of Ralph causes the sharpest pang of “HeartStone”, or deeply-felt empathy for the suffering of others. Continue reading

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GoodRead — Bob Brinkman

The author isn’t afraid to mete the occasional emotional gut-punch to the reader either. This author has no fear, for the story seems to unfold as it must. It isn’t forced, or cliche, it just…is. Continue reading

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GoodReads review — Talento

Atrium is a gifted writer and her imagination is immense. You won’t regret being a follower of her writing. Continue reading

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GoodReads review — Carvelli

You have a really great series going here. I love your descriptive writing style!
I really can’t wait to see what Brianna thinks of Earth and then what happens when she returns to Dolvia! Continue reading

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A Kirkus Review

“… Atrium’s saga continues with another entertaining and powerful read, reminiscent of Octavia E. Butler and Margaret Atwood.” Continue reading

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Kindle — Chris Gerrib

Ms. Atrium made me care about the characters, thus I cared what happened to them. Continue reading

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