This is the story of Digen Farris, Head of the House of Zeor, and descendant of the legendary Klyd Farris, as he struggles to find some kind of balance between the Simes and Gens.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
This is a "doctor novel" -- like Gray's Anatomy only about the far future where humanity has mutated, making all the medical problems that arise acquire strange political implications.
What other book might you compare Unto Zeor, Forever to and why?
This is set later in the Sime~Gen timeline. Another good place to start is House of Zeor, which is also available on audible.com. House of Zeor is more of a Western style novel with a Hero out to rescue his Girl and having to exceed all his personal limits to do it.
Which scene was your favorite?
My favorite scenes were the love scenes.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Flames against the night sky and two people, running for their lives, surviving despite the odds.
Any additional comments?
This is just one story in the Digen Saga. His life bridges major changes in his world and society, but he never gives up.