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Regeneration

Regeneration In the rd Century in the galaxy of Sigma Kappa Kim Fortune was the first surviving experimental enhanced human a regenerate Aged fifteen he escaped the lab and years later his failings as a regen

  • Title: Regeneration
  • Author: Louise Lyons
  • ISBN: 9781370705542
  • Page: 182
  • Format: ebook
  • In the 23rd Century in the galaxy of Sigma Kappa, Kim Fortune was the first surviving experimental enhanced human a regenerate Aged fifteen, he escaped the lab and years later, his failings as a regenerate and the suspicion of regular humans, leave him lonely and lacking in self worth Stranded on an abandoned planet, the arrival of a stricken ship and its crew give him hIn the 23rd Century in the galaxy of Sigma Kappa, Kim Fortune was the first surviving experimental enhanced human a regenerate Aged fifteen, he escaped the lab and years later, his failings as a regenerate and the suspicion of regular humans, leave him lonely and lacking in self worth Stranded on an abandoned planet, the arrival of a stricken ship and its crew give him hope that he may finally find what he always longed for love.Christian Novak is a successful regenerate with all the intended attributes including lack of human emotion Despite their immediate attraction to each other, Kim s failing confidence, and Christian s inability to empathize are a recipe for disaster But war, imprisonment, and danger throw them together, and after each saves the other s life, their feelings begin to change.Can a seemingly unsuitable pair ever find love, or is a future together destined to fail Words 75,200.

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      Published :2018-09-15T20:09:52+00:00

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    1. I'm going to lay it on the line here. I'm a Trekkie. I've seen (bar one or two) every episode of every Star Trek incarnation and every film at least once. I can greet you and swear at you in Klingon. I made Bajoran hasperat once, and for a year, I was a ship's counsellor in STRPG. I find Roddenberry's utopian vision uplifting (ignoring the Cardassian/Bajoran situation and Ferengi commerce culture for the time being) and I think it's awesome when Star Trek inventions become scientific reality.I'v [...]

    2. 4.5* Review written for Love Bytes Reviews.The first great sci-fi of the year for me, Regeneration had a little bit of everything and was entertaining from start to finish. The story revolves around Kim, a ‘failed’ regenerate who managed to escape a life of captivity only to find himself stranded on an inhospitable planet with dangerous animals that come out in the dark. Six months after his ship crashed, he finds himself with unexpected company as another ship suffers the same fate; among t [...]

    3. 4.5 StarsThis book had a great start! It really grabbed my attention. It's a futuristic story which is always fascinating. What our future holds is a huge mystery. It's also a romance and I love a good romance!Kim Fortune is the main character. His own perception of himself are that of a flawed and failed individual. Only when he interacts with others does he see that view is totally one-sided. I felt by making Kim this way we, the reader, really empathized with him. We are our own worst critics [...]

    4. Futuristic sci-fi romance is something that I don’t read very often, but when I read the synopsis for this book my interest was quickly piqued. I’m really glad I decided to read it, because it has the perfect blend of action, drama and romance and turned out to be pretty exciting!Kim Fortune is an amazing main character. He sees himself as a failed experiment, though once he starts interacting with the others he comes into contact with he starts to see that most people don’t see him that w [...]

    5. A Joyfully Jay review. 3.25 starsThe first chunk of this book really pulled me into the situation. Throughout the book, Lyons takes pains to build a world that the reader can clearly picture. I found this most successfully executed in the feline-infested planet. We are introduced to Kim Fortune as the narrator (first person) and get a brief introduction to the hostile environment where he’s been existing solo before the supporting cast/love interest are introduced. I also appreciated that we g [...]

    6. Wow, what some people have to go through in order to be able to find the first sort of happiness in this book was beyond words.Kim is a first born regenerate. He is the only one who lives and after the fact he was the only one who survived after the crew he was on a ship with all slowly started to die after they crash landed on some planet with some killer cats. Kim never expected six months after the crash to have another ship crash and for the crew to survive. Even more unexpected was the feel [...]

    7. This is a terrific crossover romance/science fiction short novel. The world-building is outstanding. There are no lengthy descriptions. Everything is woven into the plot, and we're given an understanding through Kim's eyes of what his world is like. From the beginning, I had a good sense of what was going on.Although there are a few ways in which I think Kim in particular plays into some common tropes, I still found the storyline compelling. What I loved is that they are both often more human th [...]

    8. WOW! I just had to start by throwing that out there. I have been a sic-fi fan since I first saw Star Wars when I was 4 years old in 1977 so as you can imagine I've seen and read many science fiction plots in the years since. It isn't easy to tell a romance story in science fiction setting and pull it off with amazing heart, well Louise Lyons has done just that with Regeneration. Kim Fortune worms his way into your heart with his lonely soul, he may be a bit naive when it comes to certain things [...]

    9. ****Reviewed for Prism Book Alliance®****Louise Lyons is a new author for me and I will definitely be reading more! Although I found the writing quite dry to start with, it quickly fell into a pleasing rhythm that fit the locations and atmosphere of the book.The characters were well portrayed and really enjoyed reading about them. The science fiction and world building was great and imaginative. The romance had its moments and although I didn’t always feel there was enough to get to I Love Yo [...]

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