What Kay's Reading

T. A. Barron's The Lost Years of Merlin 
(Lost Years of Merlin, Bk. 1)

Midwest Book Review
A young boy destined to become a great wizard has no name, no family, and an uncertain heritage and blossoming power. When that power injures another and blinds him, he makes a vow never to use it again - even though his journeys bring him into contact with an overwhelming evil which could change his world. Merlin's quest for the truth brings him many new friends and insights.

Why this book?

Poul Anderson's Virgin Planet

From the Publisher

Three centuries ago, a ship carrying women to a colony world was marooned on an uncharted planet. Reproducing by parthenogenesis, which produces only female offspring, the survivors told their descendents that someday others would come to the world they named Atlantis—including men. As centuries passed, the legendary creatures called men have taken on a godlike aspect. And when a lone space explorer discovers Atlantis, the women know he can't possibly be a man—he's just a monster who looks like a deformed woman. But he has advanced knowledge that the nations of Atlantis want, and are willing to go to war with each other to obtain.


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