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And the review fairy left something wonderful under my pillow last night. You can read the full review at Books, Bones & Buffy. Tammy's explanation of the setup for the story is really nice, and I think will help readers who aren't sure whether this book is for them. Here are some of my favorite bits!
I absolutely loved Elizabeth and Murphy. Their growing relationship, despite the ghost protocol, was so well done, and Fisher has a splendid talent for dialog. The banter between the two is playful, sweet and sexy . . . Elizabeth is just the kind of heroine I love: strong, curious and extremely intelligent.
* * *. . . this book is filled with so many strange and wondrous ideas that will charm everyone who loves good science fiction.
* * *Ghost Planet has everything: romance, action, danger and betrayal, and laced in among the entertaining and fast-moving plot are some puzzling questions about the nature of relationships and how human interaction can possibly save a planet. This is also a cautionary tale about the destruction of our environment and what might happen if we don’t work together. Despite the sometimes grim warnings, by the end of the book I felt something that I wish more books made me feel: hopeful.
There was also a nice little review over at Alternative Worlds this week . . .
Ghost Planet is a great romantic science fiction with a strong premise that Sharon Lynn Fisher executes perfectly. Elizabeth is a super protagonist even though we (and she) know she died by chapter 2 . . . Character driven, readers will appreciate this engaging tale.