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The serpent"s gift
Helen Elaine Lee
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Written in English
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'The Serpent Gift' was another riveting instalment of this wonderful series which is just getting better and better. I think this was my favourite book so far.
The plot was packed full of action and adventure, the characters are maturing and becoming like old friends and there was also a lot of powerful and emotional moments in the story/5. The Serpent's Gift is a great novel but not without faults. The earlier sections of the book can sometimes be a little slow in terms of action and progression of the plot.
The telling of The Serpents Gift is in third person, and toggles through the happenings of each character/5(7). The Serpent's Gift is a heady book; it takes paying attention to (which, incidentally, is one of the major spiritual techniques for transforming consciousness), but it is just packed with brilliant insights and interesting and sometimes surprising by: The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Serpent's Gift by Ernest Gibson at Barnes & Noble.
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Book 4: Serpent’s Gift - A young girl creates a mind-link with the StarBridge computer, and a series of deadly accidents threatens all life on the asteroid.
Book 5: Silent Songs - Amphibious beings from a distant world land on the planet Trinity, threatening the Brand: A. Crispin. Reynolds Price Helen Elaine Lee's The Serpent's Gift is packed with interesting lives, all generously observed and weighed through their long entwined decades.
The richness and breadth of her attention and the fair depth of her sympathy would be exemplary in a writer's tenth or twelfth book; coming as they do in a first novel, they constitute a Released on: Octo.