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Habitats is the seventh in a series of near future sci-fi/thrillers, whose young heroine Ell Donsaii has a nerve mutation which has made her a genius as well as an athletic phenomenon.

In Habitats, she is continuing to find uses for the quantum-entangled wormholes she discovered. These wormholes aren’t big enough to send people through, yet they are making huge changes in our world.

After a friend lost his hand, Ell finds a way to use ports to build better prostheses for amputees! However, there are terrorists wanting to use ports to cause destruction and the military arms of some countries covet them, as well. Ell must try to prevent such people from obtaining the technology and using it for harm. Meanwhile, her small company is trying to build a habitat in space, and one of her rockets has discovered a mind-boggling habitat at Sigma Draconis.

©2013 Laurence E. Dahners (P)2020 Laurence E. Dahners

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  • 23-02-2021

My opinion, the author forgot...

...what made the original books so interesting, and it wasn't the romance filler!

This book had way too much filler, and it was mostly romantic. Not what I wanted!

This will be the last book of this series, sadly!

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