Fortune's Wheel

Fortune s Wheel They had been brought together by mutual need when both their peoples were faced with the threat of the warlike Valtegans an enemy bent on conquering any other race it encountered She was Carrie the

  • Title: Fortune's Wheel
  • Author: Lisanne Norman
  • ISBN: 9780886776756
  • Page: 175
  • Format: Paperback
  • They had been brought together by mutual need when both their peoples were faced with the threat of the warlike Valtegans, an enemy bent on conquering any other race it encountered She was Carrie, the daughter of the human governor of the Terran colony planet Keiss He was Kusac, the son and heir of the Sholan Clan Lord Both were telepaths of the highest order, and theThey had been brought together by mutual need when both their peoples were faced with the threat of the warlike Valtegans, an enemy bent on conquering any other race it encountered She was Carrie, the daughter of the human governor of the Terran colony planet Keiss He was Kusac, the son and heir of the Sholan Clan Lord Both were telepaths of the highest order, and the bond they formed was compounded equally of love and mind power But even as they sought to refine their suddenly enhanced and intermingled powers and to define their relationship, the two were thrust into the heart of an interstellar conflict For while Terran and Sholan representatives worked together in good faith to negotiate a mutual defense treaty, opposing factions on both their worlds sought to use Carrie and Kusac for their own ends or failing that to destroy them and all hope for a Terran Sholan alliance.

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    1. The second book in the Sholan Alliance series picks up immediately after the end of the first book. In the second book Carrie and Kusac return to Kusac's home world of Shola, with Vanna, their personal physician in tow.Now that the immediate threat of the Valtegans has been eliminated, Carrie and Kusac have some time to explore the depths of their new relationship, and their Leska link. But they find themselves embroiled in local politics. Both the guild of Telepaths and the Brotherhood want to [...]


    2. I made it to page 147 of this book before stopping. I liked the first book in the series fairly well. I thought the characters and situation were interesting. In book two, the character of Carrie was very different. In the first book she seemed strong, intelligent, curious and likeable. She made friends with the aliens quickly, handled herself well in a fighting situation and seemed to accept her relationship to Kusac and her powers. In the second book, she was more a child having a tantrum. By [...]


    3. Wonderful series. This series is colorful and complex. The author does a wonderful job describing and creating a whole universe of different people, cultures, and politics. I enjoy the reading about the two main characters attempts to adapt to their new relationship and over come the obstacles in their path. If their relationship problems weren't enough they're being dragged into a war involving a deadly reptilian race. Read this series to discover if their bond to each other is enough to overco [...]


    4. Really? Take a fragile, small blonde girl that is evidently a virgin nymphomaniac and combine her with a much larger, virile, powerful, cat-like alien. I was undecided about Carrie in the first novel. She seemed to exhibit some intelligence and independence. I get the whole mental Link is affecting her hormones and emotions, but she comes off as a petulant temper tantrum throwing toddler. I really adore the Honor Harrington series with tree cats, and the Pern series with mental links. This scena [...]


    5. I take back all the good things I said about book one. Everything goes to hell in this one. Weird, graphic (and I'm not a prude by any means--I read erotica & romance novels all the time--but this was much more graphic than I was expecting, since it's a sci-fi book published by DAW in the 90's) furry sex abounds--not just the main couple, but now the majority of the Sholan crew are fraternizing with humans. All the girl power of the previous book is thrown out. Kusac becomes a rapist, instea [...]


    6. Carrie and Kusac continue to struggle in their relationship and find themselves in the middle of a political nightmare. Carrie faces censure from her fellow humans and Kusac is pushing back against his family and the life they want him to have.


    7. A great addition to the Sholan universe. I've read this book a few times now, and I will definitely read it again in the future. I just love this series.



    8. Human Carrie finds herself psychically bonded to feline Kusac body and soul. But all is not well as interstellar intrigue, personal jealousies and religious visions endanger the lives of just about everyone.As simple and easy to read as Turning Point was, Fortune's Wheel is rich and full of detail. It almost feels like it was written by a completely different person. Which makes me wonder if someone made Ms. Norman break up a single book into two and then fill out the first one with some fluff j [...]


    9. Tbe story of Carrie and Kusac continueThis book is a big step down from the first book in the series that had me hooked from the start. 'Fortune's Wheel' is broken down into two halves: the first taking place on the Sholan spaceship in orbit above Carrie's planet and the last taking place on the planet of Shola, Kusac's homeworld. The first part is incredibly boring. A lot seems to be happening onboard the space ship but, in reality, not much happens. The author was trying to juggle too many plo [...]


    10. I enjoyed the first book in this series and looked forward to this book. However after the first chapter I nearly gave up. I just got so fed up with the irrational behavior, temper tantrums and constant whining from just about every character, especially Carrie. I don’t understand what the author is doing, it’s as if she has decided to completely rewrite Carrie’s characteristics and create a new individual. An individual that is annoying and I don’t want to read about.I kept reading in t [...]


    11. Thank goodness I have Fire Margins already, or I'd be going crazy trying to find a copy. Fortune's Wheel leaves off on a very important cliff hanger. Overall I was highly pleased with this book. There were many twists and turns that I hadn't at all expected, like what happens with Vanna for instance, and the death of one character at the end. I'd hoped she would live, but the death adds more of a realistic touch to the story.Anyway, this book will keep you on the edge of your seat, especially ne [...]


    12. Combining the human/alien romance theme of My Hero, the interplanetary settings and beings of Star Trek, and the drama of a soap opera, Lisanne Norman's Fortune's Wheel is a well-written and involving, yet morally problematic, science fiction novel. The bi-species couple is easy to root for, and the book doesn't feel nearly as long as the 646 pages it really is. However, some sexual content, profanity throughout the novel, a disappointing ending, and a few graphically violent scenes messed up Fo [...]


    13. While the first book was very good, this second volume was much longer, and far lesser in quality than I had hoped for. Here, the characters slide into overused tropes, and the heroine is very quickly turning into a Mary-Sue. Arugh. Worst still, the hero for all of his feline sexiness, is also a powerful warrior, heir of a powerful family, and blah, blah, blah. Can't anyone do something a bit more creative with science fiction? Please?For the complete review, please go here:epinions/content_3365 [...]



    14. Obsession can be dangerous and one carried for many years even more so. The continuing story of the humans and sholans. A great series


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