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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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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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Kindle — Chris Gerrib

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

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GoodReads Frank Hicks, Jr.

This book grabbed me right in the first paragraph and pretty much held my attention all the way to end Continue reading

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GoodReads Cher

Atrium keeps the readers on their toes, wondering what’s going to happen next. Continue reading

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GoodReads Phoenix Carvelli

I look forward to the next book in the series. Continue reading

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GoodReads Jacquie Talento

I hadn’t found any science fiction fantasy that kept my interest until I read this one. Continue reading

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