The third advance review of A Space Between Worlds Vol.: Conception. Sissy did a good job explaining how she felt about the story overall. I’ll take what she said and improve; that’s all I can do, really. I’m glad she liked it even if it was flowery at some points.

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Genre: Science-Fiction, Space Opera, Romance, Mystery

Pages: 300

Expected publication: October 17th by Royal James Publishing

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Summary: Songstress Shanti’s final performance is no different than any other. Gazing into the mirror, the Songstress laments her faceless curse. To hide her unsightliness, she dons a beautiful mask. She knows she doesn’t belong in the darkness. Her desire is to live in a world of eternal light, to be seen for who she truly is.

An enigmatic man who calls himself Avidia beckons Shanti, claiming to know how to conceive the world of light sleeping inside of her, and escape her current world of darkness, Cauraaha. Avidia poses the question that will be the key to her desire, as well as an unresolved pain:

“What is your first memory?”

Reno, a gentle florist, has his own stigma, a translucent coil of thorns wrapped around…

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Author and Novelist; an eternal seeker of self.

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