Lacuna

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  • Title: Lacuna
  • Author: A.M. Daily
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  • Page: 408
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Lacuna

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About “A.M. Daily

  • A.M. Daily

    A.M Daily is a LGBT writer who lives with her human partner and her feline partner in beautiful Arizona She writes queer fiction within a variety of genres including but not limited to contemporary fiction, historical fiction, and science fiction Lacuna is her debut novel.Sky Children has been nominated for a 2016 Gravetells Readers Choice Award Sky Children has been nominated for a 2016 M M Romance Group Member s Choice Award Lacuna has been nominated for a 2015 M M Romance Group Member s Choice Award



204 thoughts on “Lacuna

  • 3.5 StarsI will be the first to admit that I have no patience for crazy, complex scifi worlds with names I can barely pronounce or terms too complex to remember So if you were hesitant or intimidated by the blurb, be reassured that this captured my interest quickly with its rich detail and interesting premise I fell easily into the world created, and though information was doled out slowly, it just made me want to know Gratefully I did not pull any mental muscles trying to keep up.So basically [...]


  • 4.5 stars Updated 14 03 2016 to add some thoughts after having a think on it over the weekend oh and anyone reading this for romance, just take a look at my note at the bottom re the romantic element Wow, that was an unexpectedly brilliant read I am always wary about picking up books that none of my friends have read, especially from a new to me author, so I really had no idea what to expect from Lacuna but I can safely say that I loved it and I am dying to get my hands on Book 2 ASAP I think i [...]


  • An incredible read.Lacuna is a queer sci fi with a heavy focus on complicated emotional character relationship development and intricate world building, which is rather unusual and I say, enjoyable and much needed for this particular genre.Set in a dystopian future, the novel weaves the stories of the three main characters Caden, Mikas, and Blue, into one cohesive story via the use of individual chapters from the point of view of each of the three The author spends a great deal of time in buildi [...]


  • Review can be read at It s About The Book4.5 starsIf I had to briefly sum up what to expect when you pick up Lacuna is a sort of dark sci fi dystopian type of story with a heartbreaking romance This book was so close to a 5 star for me I just couldn t help but be disappointed with the ending Sounds like this is book 1 of a series or at least there s a book two planned so hopefully I ll get some answers and resolutions The book ends with a little bittersweet hope for the characters but it s far f [...]


  • Everyone was an enemy these days If there is one thing I love reading about in sci fi, it s the dark, intricate worlds in which the stories take place One such world is the world that the author created in Lacuna , a world full of interesting characters, a tyrannical government named Terah , Mechi androids that look, think and act just like humans, an alien race called Ezri and a variety of cities each with its unique characteristics.I thought after reading the premise of the book that we had on [...]


  • First things first, whether you like well crafted dystopian universes or m m in unusual settings and with great, convincing character building and heart wrenching relationships, or even better both, you should read this book I have been careful not to include spoilers here because I have seen lots of people with this book in their to read list To them I d like to say Read it Now And now on to the actual review This is the first book by a very talented writer whose skills I ve known about for yea [...]


  • 4.0 of 5 stars Good SF, Shades of 1984, Spiced With a Queer Element Thanks to the author and Don t Buy My Love program for a free copy in exchange for an honest review This was an exciting start of a sci fi dystopian series with a secondary queer subplot It was refreshing that the main focus was on the sci fi, with the gay aspect and any romance as a subplot In this way I thought it was true to life where a light m m romance may be overwhelmingly about the romance, here there was balance with e [...]


  • 4.5 Review written for Love Bytes Reviews.Caden has lived a privileged, sheltered life but he longs for freedom from the prison his home has become Needing an escape, Caden begins sneaking out to explore the other surrounding cities and ends up meeting Mikas and Blue in the process All three are from very different backgrounds but they still manage to form a friendship amidst the wreckage their lives and home have become Caden is ravaged by nightmares, however, that hint at something much darker [...]


  • 4.5 stars This was SO close to 5 stars for me I was a little disappointed with the ending but the rest was excellent Full review soon at It s About the Book.


  • While I wouldn t call myself an avid reader of science fiction, it s still one of my favorite genres This novel is, on the whole, a well executed and satisfying work There s a lot to love here, and fans looking for a thought provoking look at a futuristic society should be pleased.I found the world building to be excellent It can be a little challenging to figure out the structure of the society at first, but I see this as a point in the author s favor There aren t pages and pages of exposition [...]


  • If you re looking for a typical plotless mm romance, or a HEA, look elsewhere I m not sure I would even categorize this as a romance This book is large, complicated, and was so far from plotless it had me still thinking about it for days after I finished reading.Things I liked The dismal setting it was a very dark story view spoiler I m talking, implied domestic abuse, violence, prostitution hide spoiler set in a dystopian landscape The entire read I felt like the life was being sucked out of me [...]


  • So while I really liked where this author was going with this world she created I have to be honest and say this was just so confusing trying to keep up with everything going on and who was what There was really just so many times I was left scratching my head so confused on what exactly was going on in this book There was also very little romance in this book but there was a lot of action There are three friends Blue, Caden and Mika which you get POV s from all of them and there was one scene b [...]




  • From Magnolia Reviews Four PetalsThe world building and the emotions tied to it in this story were amazing and that is why I absolutely recommend this story I thought the characterizations were a little weak in comparison to the rest, but overall this was a good read Read the full review on Maggie s website magnoliareviews.weebly rev


  • I received a copy of this book from the author via the DBML program in exchange for an honest review.Reading the first book in a sci fi fantasy series can be tough as the author has to spend so much time with the world building I expected this going into reading Lacuna but it was a bit extensive than I anticipated It s weird because with all of that I still feel like I don t fully see the world the author built There are 3 groups at odds in the book The Terah are the running class, but there is [...]


  • I received a copy of this ebook in exchange for an honest review.I enjoyed this story I would consider it a dystopian YA which I can t help but like that follows three young boys Caden, Blue, and Mikas They are all unlikely friends Caden is the son of a successful but abusive corporate businessman, while Blue and Mikas live on their own and fend for themselves The bond between the three of them is so strong, and I liked reading the small details about how they interact with each other Each chapt [...]


  • I started Lacuna in January and then got sidetracked by school and didn t finish until 3 months later, so I don t remember the first two chapter very well I got back into it fairly quickly though once I had time for fun reading again, and it was a quick, engaging read The writing could be edited which was my main criticism run on sentences and awkward grammar that sometimes got in the way of the flow of the story Despite this the characters were well developed so you were able to really care abo [...]





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