The Courtesan Prince eBook Á Part One of the Okal Rel Saga ✓ Lynda Williams

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The Courtesan Prince eBook Á Part One of the Okal Rel Saga ✓ Lynda Williams ✓ From two cultures that should never meet come four people who do Ann Von Di Mon and Ranar Reetions Ranar anthopologist and Ann pilotcame to check out what the socially primitive neo feudal people of Sevildom hTs love Hot headed Reetion pilot Ann learn that true love has a price And Von the sword dancer and Courtesan is somehow the key to it all First book of the character driven science fiction series called The Okal Rel Sag Lynda Williams gives life to a Very intense culture her okal rel universe She gives a deep study into the long reaching effects of genetic modification on humans space travel and a technological dystopia are juxtaposed to give second thoughts about the psychological effects of intergalactic travel Extremely thought provoking series the courtesan prince sits in your brain and opens the door to deep seated ethical issues

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P to in the last 200 years What they discover will threaten their own civilization Di Mon Sevolite king maker aristocrat and champion for his beleaguered house under Sword Law finds the one thing he's avoided at all cos As someone that isn't terribly familiar with sci fi books I didn't find this hard to get into I have the strange experience of enjoying the story but not liking the main character I don't think that she was written to be disliked but I found that she rubbed me wrong and I often wanted to tell her to grow up I would have given this one star if this character and I hadn't been having this issue although it was interesting to have I did however really like the how some of the characters were written who were obviously not supposed to be like Always good to have a properly detestable character around Based off the writer's description of the world and different types of characters from when I saw her at When Words Collide this summer I'm definitely planning on continuing with the series Lynda had started a great world in this book and I can't wait to get to some of the other subjects that she touched on within the series It was impossible not to be drawn in when listening to her talk about it

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The Courtesan Prince Part One of the Okal Rel Saga The Okal Rel SagaFrom two cultures that should never meet come four people who do Ann Von Di Mon and Ranar Reetions Ranar anthopologist and Ann pilotcame to check out what the socially primitive neo feudal people of Sevildom have been u It has been a while since I read The Courtesan Prince but I reviewed it in issue 7 of Neo opsis Science Fiction Magazine Here is my review The Courtesan Prince is a rich tapestry of intrigues power struggles and affairs The story is set thousands of years after Earth sent out colonists to the far reaches of space These colonists have evolved into two distinct and separate societies Reetions and Gelacks The Reetions are a mostly democratic society that uses computers and technology to maintain their peace The Gelacks have a society based on genetic purity strength and a complex code of honour that is maintained by the sword The last time these two cultures met there was a war that killed many even destroying planets and space stations Now the Reetions and the Gelacks are encroaching on each other’s borders again Ranar a Reetion scientist and diplomat wants the interaction between the Reetions and the Gelacks to be official and delicately handled so he has enlisted the help of Anne a young female space pilot to learn the space jump to Trinket Ring a space station on the border of Gelack space The principle character on the Gelack side is Von a very handsome young courtesan and sword dancer Von is so very beautiful that he attracts attention than is healthy for him and for those whose he cares about If you have read The Throne Price by Lynda Williams and Alison Sinclair the first third of The Courtesan Prince may seem a bit slow This is because there are explanations of Reetion and Gelack society that you may already know Don’t let it slow you down because The Courtesan Prince is well worth the read