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on May 20, 2013
A dull conclusion to the series, Being a Green Mother did not live up to the hype generated in earlier stories about Nature being the strongest of the Incarnations. The story plodded along, with trivial character interactions and no real development of the main protagonist. The book was nearing completion when the main character finally assumed her position, and the only thing she did with her considerable power was destroy the world. And then, the one who saved it was another one of the Incarnations, not even the main focal character of the story. To me, this felt like a significant let-down - but at least there was no building interest in the outcome, as I had lost interest in the plot several chapters earlier.

The only item of amusement was the ongoing growth of the ties between the characters.
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on May 21, 1999
Piers Anthony was obviously having trouble figuring out what to do with Nature. Add to the fact that he just doesnt write female lead characters very well and you have a very mediocre book. How many times can Orb dance the Tanana in a wet nighty? Sigh. Still, it's worth a read if only to finish out the series.
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