Call of the Goddess

Call of the Goddess

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Call of the Goddess by Elizabeth N. Love

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2014

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376

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Countless years after the destruction of Earth, the last survivors of humankind struggle for survival in the distant colony of Bona Dea.

Young psychic Axandra is the matriarch of the colony, and host to a powerful entity known only as the Goddess. Trying to protect the people she loves but reluctant to host the Goddess, Axandra struggles with her fate.

After discovering that she's being used as a pawn between factions, Axandra begins to suspect a plot against her. But behind the scenes, an even greater power is at play, and soon the future of the whole colony is at stake.

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★★★★★ - "A beautiful book that combines strong metaphysical elements with science fiction and romance."

★★★★★ - "I particularly enjoyed the setting: a new utopia created on a distant planet by the descendants of interstellar refugees from a desolated earth."
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