Teresa, I finally finished Child of Saturn last night - another excellent read. This was your first book, I understand? The plaudits it won from none other than Feist, Kerr and Tad Williams must have made you feel good - they were all fully deserved, I hasten to add. What on earth made you think of having a werewolf as a lead hero? It certainly adds an interesting twist to the storyline. I will confess that initially the names in the story were a big turn-off for me, though I think you'd already gathered that much. As I progressed, however, I did come to feel more sympathy for the characters. I used to live near the Prescelli hills, (I'm not sure the spelling is identical, though) which made that particular character three dimensional in a way that I guess most men would empathise with! I particularly liked Ceilyn and Teleri, though I imagine that was your intention. Diaspad makes a great villain, but I found Calchas and Derry a bit two dimensional. The setting almost feels like Wales, somehow. Was this the intention, or was it just the name structure you were using? I look forward to the other books when I can find a bit more reading time. Would you like me to post a review in the reviews section?