Sunday, November 13, 2011

Himiko: Warrior

Title: Himiko: Warrior
Author: CB Conwy
Publisher: Torquere Press
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ISBN: 978-1-61040-545-4
Genre: {M/M} Sci-Fi, Sequel
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx   

Matt and his mate, Pietr, are returning to the city after an absence of four months.  However, the rejection Matt experiences from his friends and employees is not what he expected.  Matt has become a traitor in the eyes of the humans. 

Himiko: Warrior is the sequel to Himiko: Bonding.  The complex plot supports the theory that Earth is not alone in the universe. The characters are creditable with exceptional interaction, humor and a villain who must be dealt with.  The hostility towards the aliens is due to the way the humans were first approached.  People were taken, only to be returned months later mentally unstable.   Experiments conducted on Matt revealed he had the psychic ability needed to experience an unbreakable mental bond to his mate Pietr, as well as develop Matt’s telekinetic abilities that could bring about a new understanding between humans and aliens. The storyline reveals the history of the Himiko, along with their mission to rescue Earthlings before world destruction takes place. I found the mind speak dialog especially fascinating.

CB Conwy’s Himiko: Warrior is an incredibly impressive saga that I greatly enjoyed.

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