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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Breanne Christian

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A protozoan that infects the water is ravaging the Earth. Scientists realize that they must take measures to save the human species. Domes are created, but only carefully selected individuals may live within these domes. Individuals must be college aged, going to college in an important field, childless, and healthy. Cam lives in Australia where the protozoan has not spread to yet. His older sister Sorcha told him about the opportunity and told him to go see what it was about and let her know. After hours of screening, Cam was chosen. Cam is lost as to what he should choose, until his mother gave the final say. He was going. Now Cam must adapt to this new life without his family, surrounded by strangers. Will the domes provide the protection needed? Will Cam settle into his new life? Find out in Antipodes.
Antipodes is full of detail that not only helps the reader envision the views, but also feel the same feelings as the characters. You will feel right along Cam through his plight in this new life. All characters are relatable, and you will find yourself falling in love with them. There is not a single part in Antipodes that I would change. If you are looking for a great adventure, full of different emotions, look no further. If you enjoyed Antipodes, look for the second book in the series, The Liminal Space.

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Caim (Antipodes 4) by T.S. Simons – Review by Shannen Kern

Caim (Antipodes #4)Caim by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Caim is the fourth installment of the Antipodes series, and I am completely obsessed with all of the characters still. T.S. Simons makes you really feel every single moment throughout the story.

Freyja and Cam are in a blissful bubble with their friends and family. They have all gone through incredibly tough times in the previous books but now they are living peaceful lives. When individuals from their past show up, things begin getting a little tougher until they all realize they have even more scary times ahead. Will they make it back to their joyful lives or will this journey end in nothing but tragedy?

I highly recommend picking this series up and absorbing each installment. This was an emotional read, but you definitely won’t be disappointed!

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Emily Beehler

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The synopsis of this book was intriguing which is why it summoned me to read it. The book does start slowly, but of course that is to give the reader time to understand the world building and the intent of the author. Personally, I enjoyed this book! The protagonist Campbell “Cam” is a delight to read as we can connect with him on a human-to-human basis. He finds himself in world now that is plagued by well a plague. A new virus spread globally that is killing people faster than the nations can fight it. This forces Cam to learn how to live in a world where society is changing in a post-apocalyptic world. Since society is crumbling, he is chosen to live in a utopia of sorts that hasn’t been touched by the virus and its effects on the world. He is joined by other people who were selected based on not only their merits, but what value they can bring to this budding society of people who were chosen to leave Mainland and Mainland society. What I like about this book was again how human the author made Cam. He is given these choices and lessons, that do affect those around him and can have both good and bad consequences. The reader also gets to read about complex love with Campbell and his lovers. This read is also a good blend of post-apocalypse, fantasy, and romance as is intertwines the three. Overall this is a great read.

Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Jess Engel

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A great post-apocalyptic dystopian novel! I’ve had this one on my list for a while and I’m sure glad I finally opened it up!

Since this is the first in a series, there is a lot of care taken to develop the characters and setting. It is well-researched, descriptive, and engaging. The world-building in the novel, of a post-pandemic world, is incredible and the character development is excellent. The author really brings life to this story and keeps the reader coming back for more.

The main character, Cam, is endearing and relatable. The author’s ability to fully develop characters, especially Cam, draws the reader in and enables the reader to become emotionally invested in his life and story.

I’m looking forward to the next one!

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Cintia Leyva

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This was such a great read. With everything going on in the world right now, it was a perfect way to emphasize and describe what a global pandemic can cause. The way the author humanized the characters and their struggles with the self and wanting to do the right things was so good.

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Jenni Bishop

The Liminal Space (Antipodes #2)The Liminal Space by T.S. Simons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Liminal Space (Antipodes #2) by T.S. Simons is a YA, Dystopian post-apocalyptic, story. But it is anything but your typical dystopian tale. This uniquely unpredictable story will hold you on an emotional journey. The story makes you think, if this happened what would I do in the same circumstances? What am I willing to risk? Would I have done it differently?

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Antipodes (Antipodes Series #1) by T.S. Simons-Review by Amanda Kimble

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5/5 Stars

Antipodes (Antipodes Series Book 1) by T.S. Simons

This isn’t the first book I’ve read by the author. Antidotes is a fantastic read. This was a hard one to put down and I absolutely loved it. This is the first book in the Antipodes Series.

Cam doesn’t think things are gonna get bad. Then a virus hits the water and they can’t contain it. He then finds that he’s going to be in a group of handpicked people. They might be able to find the cure and how to contain it. The quote I chose for Cam is: “I guessed that, but what do they think we can do to help? We are half a world away. Are they looking for more lab technicians? It isn’t my field. Yours either, come to think of it. Electrical engineers rarely solve biological problems. Besides, why take my blood for that?”

Highly recommended for Dystopian Romance lovers.

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Antipodes (Antipodes Series Book 1) Review by Jennifer Ramos

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

In the first book of this new series, this dystopian novel takes this close to our own reality of dealing with an oncoming pandemic situation with diseased waters that is slowly circulating the world. As more people and places are being infected, a task force starts to recruit strong, healthy, intelligent young individuals in order to start isolated pods to help cultivate an essence of a possible, thriving future for planet Earth.
As this global threat takes hold, Cam, a young college student, has been one of the individuals selected for new pods in the efforts of creating a new community. With his agricultural expertise and working together with other gifted individuals they learn to create their own new world as the world they always knew starts disappearing. Driven away from his family and his outside life, he tries to learn to adapt into this new life, his emotions get the best of him as he is homesick and focuses on his work in sustaining his new environment. Luckily as he learns to let his guard down, he is able to form friendships and other connections that help him survive just as the others are eager to do in their new developing pod. This was such an entertaining read and eager to find out what will happen next in the series.

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Antipodes (Antipodes Series Book 1) by T.S. Simons REVIEWED BY SCARLET RICHARD

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

If you are looking for a YA, post apocalyptic, sci fi romance, then this is the book for YOU

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Melissa Saxton

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

In a stunningly well done tale of Survival, Antipodes will take you on a Journey you won’t soon forget.

Protozoa have contaminated the water source. Anything reliant on water will die. In an effort for mankind to survive young adults without spouses or children are invited for testing to join groups who will be placed in protective domes and have to survive on their smarts and hard work.

Humans being who they are drama and problems are never far away. follow one man through his journey in this community with drama, finding love, loss and a giant shock and revelations of secrets being kept from everyone. I can’t wait to read the next one!

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by La Toya Lewis

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Antipodes is a YA Dystopian novel about a young man named Cam Mackintosh who is chosen to help build a new community on an Australian island after an outbreak threatens to destroy the planet. This book has amazing world-building and a well-written plot. I enjoyed the way the characters were written and it was wonderful seeing if the characters would make the same mistakes that were made in the past or would they learn from the mistakes made before them. I really liked Cam and could not put this book down. I look forward to reading the next book in this series.

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Taylor Stephenson

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

~Travel Based Love Story~

This is not what you would expect, I usually judge a book by it’s cover but this one called out to me. I’m not one to pickup books that look as cute as this one, but boy am I glad I did. This is a Funny, witty, and exceptionally cleverly written story. With an Island-survival-feel, a group of young people have to work together to ensure humanity lives on.

Campbell affectionately known as “Cam” is easily what every reader desires in a book boyfriend. Despite being somewhat aloof, he somehow always hits the mark. His partnership with Laetita is bar none. And as his story progresses, so does the world and everyone else around him. For any Y- The Last Man fans, the characters in Antipodes really remind me of the ones in that comic series. A little dark, a lot of hope, and a whole mess of suspense in between.

I absolutely love the attention to detail that the author provides the reader both biologically and geographically. Coming from someone who is challenged at both I really appreciated the concepts being spelled out clearly. Maybe I am a bit like Campbell this way, haha.

I would love to see this turned into a movie or even a series….If you’ve seen Welcome to Eden on Netflix this feels like a really similar vibe. Of course being a book series you have a lot more to sink your teeth into as the action unfolds. At the very least, a book number two is something I can’t wait to get my hands on. Watching shows and actually sitting down and reading/immersing yourself in a story like this is what every reader years for.

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Brittney Brady

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My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I want to start by saying that this was a pretty good book. It was written well and I enjoyed the majority of the book. I did have a hard time understanding the science part of it. But that is not because it wasn’t explained well. My mind just doesn’t work that way.

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Katie Matthews

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What a hidden gem of a book! I almost didn’t read this, I read the synopsis and thought it wasn’t my kind of story but there was just something that seemed a little interesting so I gave it a go and I am so glad that I did. The authors writing was just amazing and it didn’t take me long to be hooked on what I was reading. It was very obvious that the author had done a huge amount of research before writing the story and I think that made a huge amount of difference to what I read.
The character development was great and I really liked Cam!
I am definitely looking forward to the next book in the series! I highly recommend Antipodes – it was a fantastic read!

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Susan Ratchford

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Antipodes
Antipodes Series: Book 1
By: T.S. Simons
Review By: Susan Ratchford
5 Stars

What would happen if you were chosen to help establish a new community after a viral Epidemic threatens to desolate the population? How would you survive or even begin to start anew? That’s the question T.S. Simons poses in her first installment of The Antipodes Series.
Wow, I really enjoyed this book and am looking forward to reading the second one! After the past few years and our own pandemic still fresh in our minds, you can’t help but compare the situations. This book was really gripping and makes you think of the what ifs, what I would do in that situation. Would I be chosen? I couldn’t help but feel emotionally connected to the main character Cam and everything he goes through in this story, everything he loses and finds, including himself. He is such a relatable character and his relationship with Freya is written so genuinely you can’t help but root for them. Very well written with such intense detail you can see how much research T.S. Simons put into her craft. I highly recommend reading this series and continuing this eye-opening journey with me!

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Jennifer Gordon

AntipodesAntipodes by T S Simons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A gripping dystopian romance, set in Australia in the aftermath of a global outbreak which threatens to destroy the planet. Cam Mackintosh, is one of a select group of highly skilled young people who have been selected by Australian scientists, to establish a sustainable island community. This community will be built on the modern values of equity, diversity, and inclusion. Once Cam overcomes his loneliness and anxiety at his strange new life, he starts to make friends and finds a sense of belonging. Just as Cam is building his new life with partner Freja, his dreams are shattered when she goes missing.
He must go on a journey of discovery, in the hopes of finding her. Cam comes across other communities like his own and finds both friendship and acceptance within them. However, he is forced to make a decision which will change everything. This was a real page turner with an intriguing storyline which had me hooked from start to finish. The characters are likeable and relatable which made me feel engaged with them, especially Cam, who brings the story together. The setting is brought to life by the authors descriptive narrative and I felt immersed in the dystopian world that Cam finds himself in. An enjoyable and entertaining read, and I look forward to reading the next book in the series.

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Lauren West

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dystopian books are a new genre to me and they really take you outside box. The what if questions and the routes that can be taken make these reads the most fun.
Antipodes was a really good story that most can relate to having lived through a pandemic. The characters were well developed and easy to relate to. The authors detailing and vivid descriptions played to my imagination as if I were directly in the moment with the characters. Cam was a great lead character. You feel for him having to make these life altering decisions and leaving everything and everyone he loves behind. As he adjusts to the new life he has chosen he does find stability, friendship, love, and a sense of self. However with the good you take the bad, and Cam finds himself under circumstances yet again where he has to be all in or all out.

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Amy Brennan

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Oh, you can’t help but feel for Cam. Not to mention the others that are swept away via this whirlwind of a decision, change of lifestyle, and knowledge that those you are leaving behind, are those that you will never get to see again. I admire the writing style of this author, the research and information given through this story is well done, and you are bound to learn something while whipping through these pages. The character development, world building, and everything else you could possibly want made for a well polished story for the anyone that loves Dystopian adventures.

This is the first installment, and I have to tell you, I have the remaining four novels of this series already in my shopping cart, though, tempted to purchase the hard copies as I would love to have them on hand in my personal library to read over and over again and to lend to anyone who asks for a good recommendation. To read this series on the other side of our pandemic was a trip, and I am grateful that ours wasn’t nearly as severe as Cam’s world. Highly recommend, and very much look forward to reading the rest, well done!

P.S. This is worth checking out: https://www.antipodesmap.com/

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Ashley Sugar

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Not a book I’d typically read but I’m glad I gave it a chance! Imagine being chosen to go live on a island, pretty much inside of a huge dome, because the water around the entire world is contaminated and people are dying. Intense and scary right? I wouldn’t make it lol. But reading the hardships and the struggles..I just couldn’t imagine. This is definitely a page turner. A few surprises but I won’t say what, because I don’t want to spoil anything. I’ll definitely be checking out more books by this author!

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Heidi Sturgess

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I usually avoid dystopian reads because it scares me and makes me think of things that very well may become a reality , I know I’m just strange 🙃😉

I could resist this though and I think it lit if it had to do with the cover art as well as what’s happened In in the world the last 2 and a bit years and with Covid and the devastation it caused , I lost a very dear friend to it so some of the things in this read really pulled at my heart strings …..

Expect the unexpected that’s all I want to say ….

I just loved the characters Cam and Freya but Cam holds a very special place in my heart for so many different reason but do yourself a favour and get to know them yourself 🙃

Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Jo Frizzell

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was wonderfully written! The setting was described so eloquently that I could see in my head what the characters were seeing. The distinct personalities of each of the characters was amusing because I could hear the tone that they would have been speaking in, and I truly appreciated the level of sarcasm some of them used. The storyline fascinated me, using an event the whole world is somewhat familiar with, and taking the main character – Cam – on a journey to find himself, and more. Cam himself was so fabulously written, and I could see myself becoming friends with him. The way he faced each obstacle he faced, even struggling with his anxiety was amazing. I can’t wait to read more about his journey and how it continues!

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Antipodes (Antipodes Series Book 1) by T.S. Simons- Reviewed by Stephanie Dulac

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Antipodes is book one in the Antipodes series. This is the first book that i have read by this author. Antipodes is Dystopian romance read. This Read is really amazing and really well written and everyone should give this book a chance i don’t think you will be disappointed. I found myself engrossed in this read. I enjoyed reading about Cam and really felt for him, I seriously can not wait to read the rest of the books in this series. This book comes highly recommended from me and its a must add to your TBR list. Thank you to this amazing author for a wonderful series to read. I Look forward to reading more of your books, Thanks again.

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Barbie England

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I loved the level of detail in this book! Antipodes is a post-apocalyptic novel about a select group of people who have been isolated from the effects of a global pandemic that threatens to eliminate life on Earth. The main character, Cam, struggles with how he fits into society and all of the differences in living under the dome. You can tell that Simons put a lot of thought into making sure that all of the readers’ questions would be answered because this novel has a phenomenal amount of world building. This story set up the sequel in a way that made me want to pick it up right away!

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Marie Collins

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This one is intriguing. It’s in the realm of The Scorch Trials, Fifth Wave, and the Divergent series. Those are the immediate stories that pop into my head as I read this book. Following the main character through the seeming normal morning to something that is beyond grasp, his feelings and emotions are relatable and easy to understand.

Post-Covid, reading something like this is fascinating. Going through something like this would be scary for anyone. Having to choose whether to work harder than you ever have before to save the species or to stay with your family? I’m not sure what my answer would be. But knowing my vulnerabilities, I can empathize with Campbell’s sister, Sorcha. She’s brilliant and intelligent, but he was the one chosen to go. Like having to see someone off to war, knowing you may, or won’t ever see someone again, it takes a deep emotional toll on a person. Especially someone who thinks of everyone else before themselves.

I absolutely love the description of Campbell’s mom. The fiery, five foot woman, who no one wants to trifle with. I couldn’t help but giggle in that moment because I’ve met women like that before and am one myself. Her strength is amazing.

Watching Freyja and Campbell’s relationship grow through the book is such a cool thing. It’s more than just about sex between these two, you can really tell that they truly care about each other. One is more emotional than the other, the other being more logical. It’s just amazing to see how the communities grow and thrive after such hardships and come out working hard as a group to make life worth living together.

The author does an amazing job when it comes to the scientific descriptions of everything and the fact that mental health is talked about too just made it more real for me. Like Campbell’s anxiety, and then, the grief along the way of all of those who were chosen, and those who left loved ones behind felt real and tangible like you were really there.

This story is so cool. There are things all over the book that help you learn so much. I didn’t even know what antipodes were, but man… I feel like I’m learning a lot from this.

Not only is this book an amazing read when it comes to the characters, but the scenery is gorgeous, and the amount of scientific and philosophical knowledge that the author incorporates is fantastic. I found myself in awe about the things I didn’t know that I learned from this book.

I can’t wait to read the rest of the series.

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by Deborah White

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a well developed story that could have very well been a future qe as humans has to face in the wake of facing modern times without a modern solution. The book although a part of a series reads well enough that it can be enjoyed alone or together as it is intended. The story is a dystopian romance that leaves the readers on the edge of their seat in suspense as the story takes surprising twists and turns. I would recommend this book as a good read and a wonderful eye opener for how much humanity takes for granted, but that could be so quickly changed in a moments notice.

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons – Review by April McCoy

Antipodes (Antipodes, #1)Antipodes by T.S. Simons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book is attention grabbing, hard to put down and thought provoking all while still being a great fiction that is enjoyable to read! The characters were well planned and written and you feel connected to them easily! The story was engrossing and I had a hard time putting the book down. I was satisfied with how the book played out and look forward to reading more from the author and the series!

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons

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Antipodes (Antipodes Book 1) by T.S. Simons
Genre – Dystopian, Romance
Page Count – 414
Cover Designer – Four Horsemen Publications

Would YOU be chosen?

After a global outbreak that threatens to decimate the planet, Australian scientists select a group of highly skilled young people to establish a sustainable island community built on the modern values of equity, diversity, and inclusion.

Lonely and homesick, Cam Mackintosh overcomes his anxiety and finds belonging, passion, and friendship in his new life before his dreams are suddenly ripped from his grasp. Sent hurtling on a journey of discovery, he finds friendship and acceptance when he encounters other communities like his own, but he is forced to make a decision that will ultimately change everything.

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T.S. Simons is an Australian-based author of Scottish heritage. Living in the alpine region of Australia, she believes in the values of sustainability and community in a world where we place greater value on possessions than people. She enjoys posing philosophical questions that make readers think, and reflect on the world we live in. The Antipodes series addresses the question—if we gave young people the opportunity to start over, would we replicate the mistakes of the past?

Her desire to assist others saw her working in international development before realising that her passion lay in education. She holds Bachelor and Masters degrees from Monash University and enjoys reading, travelling, mythology, snow skiing, and attempting to live as sustainably as possible. She is owned by two, rather bossy, standard schnauzers and two rescue cats who co-manage her household.

The Antipodes series comprises Antipodes, The Liminal Space, Ouroboros, Caim and Sessrumnir. She is developing a related series, The 45th Parallel, which extends on the Antipodes series. This series comprises The 45th Parallel, Orenda and Bifrost.

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The Liminal Space (Antipodes 2) by T.S. Simons – Review by Melissa Collins

The Liminal Space (Antipodes #2)The Liminal Space by T.S. Simons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Great continuation of the series. Again a lot going on and more dimension to the main character from his growth since the last book.

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Caim (Antipodes 4) by T.S. Simons – Review by Melissa Collins

Caim (Antipodes #4)Caim by T.S. Simons
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I have enjoyed the series so far and I thought Cam would get his peaceful ending. I do not think this is the end of the series but we will see.

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Antipodes by T.S. Simons – Review by Melissa Collins

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book reminded me so much of a Nora Roberts book that was published a few years ago but without the magic. It is a very busy book and many layers, but this gives the book so much dimension. I love the main character Cam, can not wait to read the rest of the series.

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