Dual Visions reviews …

bell, anitaAnita Bell

As a first novel, it’s an enjoyable read, great for escaping the daily grind on holidays. Many science fiction novels can bog down with technicalities and heavy handed world-building, but Dual Visions manages to take us away without going over the top.

Jan 25, 2013  Kate Russell rated it 4 of 5 stars

I very much enjoyed “Dual Visions”. It’s the story of Richard Davidson, an ordinary man who is abducted by aliens, a beautiful humanoid race who can Fan-tas-tic-al tales promo Angus & Robertson 28Aug10 010change gender at will. He falls in love with one of his captors, Davrew, and together they return to Earth and raise a family together. They will face prejudice, distrust, and many other challenges along the way, including a visit by another alien who is not as peaceable as they are. Ultimately the story is one of love, hope and family. I thoroughly recommend “Dual Visions” to readers of SF.
Julie rated it 4 of 5 stars
Julie BaythorpeIf you’re a Sci-fi fan, this is the book for you. An engrossing story, an interplanetary drama with surprising elements. An excellent writer, Jill weaves a beautiful story which will keep you turning the pages.Thoroughly recommended.

About jillswrites

I am a writer of SciFi Books 'Dual Visions' and it's follow up 'Vashla's world'. I also write book reviews, articles and short stories. Several of my short stories appear in a collaborative book for children called Fan-tas-tic-al Tales written in conjunction with my fellow members of The Ten Penners, this was a follow-up book to 'Shock, Horror, Gasp'. Fan-tas-tic-al Tales was released in 2009, now available in hard copy and on Amazon. We are currently in the completing our next adventure based anthology called 'Mystery, Mayhem & Magic' scheduled for release later in 2017. As a member of BookCoasters the Gold Coast Library blog, complementing my own blog, I enjoy blog being able to showcase my work. My book reviews appear in PIO (Pass It On) and e-Writeabout. I'm a happy Grandmother to two beautiful girls, wife of the ever tolerant Clive, mother of our son Simon. I work part time and lead a busy life.
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