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An historian who speaks with the dead is ensnared by the past. A child who feels no pain and who should not exist sees the future. Between them are truths that will shake worlds.
A novel by Austen Crowder
A joy to read
Otters in Space was a great foray into anthropomorphic science fiction. The world felt alive and the main character Kipper's story was compelling and interesting. Can't wait for the second book.
Quick read with real depth.
On the surface, Otters in Space is an anthropomorphic animal-lover’s dream, with cats, dogs, and otters walking and talking with the best of them. Dig deeper, and you’ll find a compelling narrative about social class as well as rising against injustice and oppression; about what it means to have a home and the trials one is willing to go through to find that place. Otters in Space has hints of Richard Adam’s Watership Down and Tad William’s Tailchaser’s Song, but manages a quirkiness all its own, with memorable characters and interesting turns. I wait eagerly for the next installment!
Anthology of 13 short stories by Mary Lowd
In Cottons, rabbits and foxes inhabit a world where magic, technology, and art are used as weapons of war. Written by Jim Pascoe, with bold illustrations from Heidi Arnhold.