Wells, Martha; The Siren Depths; (2012); New York, Night Shade Books

As the last mentor hopped out of the chamber, Moon saw that the seed had sprouted new white tendrils. They snaked out and twined around the crumbling remnants of the dead tendrils to follow their path into the heart wood. The tension ran out of Moon’s body and he leaned back against the wall, letting … Continue reading Wells, Martha; The Siren Depths; (2012); New York, Night Shade Books

Wells, Martha; The Serpent Sea (Raksura II)(2013)

All countries/societies/cultures/etc. have their own rules and regulations (written and unwritten) that must be followed to avoid being ostracized. Small communities, in particular, have a difficult time with newcomers, because those newcomers shake up their beliefs about right and wrong. Aspies are often life-long newcomers to the places they are born. We cross invisible lines … Continue reading Wells, Martha; The Serpent Sea (Raksura II)(2013)

Wells, Martha: The Gate of Gods (The Fall of Ile-Rien III) (2005)

Saving the world is what heroes do. Tremaine Valiere is such a heroine. With the help of her friends and resurrected father she sets out to kick the Gardier out of her world and the Syprian world. Sometimes the people we want to save do everything in their power to be destroyed. Falling for the … Continue reading Wells, Martha: The Gate of Gods (The Fall of Ile-Rien III) (2005)

Wells, Martha: The Ships of Air (The Fall of Ile-Rien II) (2004)

  Martha Wells brings back the three worlds caught up in the invasion of Ile-Rien. For some reason there are readers out there who have decided that The Fall of the Ile-Rien is a fantasy work. The first story, The Wizard Hunters, has plenty of elements of fantasy in it, so that would be a … Continue reading Wells, Martha: The Ships of Air (The Fall of Ile-Rien II) (2004)

Wells, Martha: The Cloud Roads (The Raksura I) (2011)

Moon is an orphan. A 35-year-old orphan, but nevertheless. Orphans are one type of people this world has in abundance. How strange it is that we are so eager to bring children of our own genes into this world while so many live in horrendous circumstances. We humans aren’t very logical. Finding your place in … Continue reading Wells, Martha: The Cloud Roads (The Raksura I) (2011)

Wells, Martha: The Wizard Hunters (The Fall of Ile-Rien I) (2003)

A female protagonist looking to die in what seems to be an accidental manner is a relief to meet. Wanting to die is something I experience on a regular basis so I find it nice to know that there are people in literature who feel the same way. Her death-wish is why Tremaine joins the … Continue reading Wells, Martha: The Wizard Hunters (The Fall of Ile-Rien I) (2003)

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