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Old 03-04-2013, 12:48 PM   #5
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The Alien Trilogy by Rebecca Ore

Hi OverHaze,

I also love sci-fi and space opera.

Several years ago I read Rebecca Ore's Saga of Tom Red-Clay,
now seemingly retitled The Alien Trilogy. The three novels are:

1. Becoming Alien
2. Being Alien
3. Human to Human

There's some info at: http://www.aqueductpress.com/books/A...#becomingalien
and they're also available on Amazon.

I read the hardcover versions and have been waiting for them to become available as ebooks and they just recently have.

And if you love space operas, Orson Scott Card's stories in his Ender series are really good. Read Ender's Game to start and you'll know if it's for you. Same goes for the first book in The Alien Trilogy.
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