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Jan 31, 2014 – Okal Rel Quote

Jan 31, 2014 - ORU Quote from "Nestor's Gap" by Hal J. Friesen

Okal Rel science fiction books - Nestor playing a role to fit into expected norms on Monitum

Writer-daughter Jennifer Lott's 2013 Xmas gift to Lynda Williams was an Okal Rel quote of the day stack for 2014, featuring intriguing snapshots of the ORU adventure from all titles in the series: Saga, Legacies and online.

From "Nestor's Gap" by Hal Friesen from Opus 3: An Okal Rel Legacy Anthology

Nestor wasn't the only one pretending to be someone else, and Di Mon's example, strange though it was, comforted him. He could continue to be Nersallian in appearance and others could continue their own personas, so necessary for survival in the Gelack Empire.

Jan 31, 2014 - ORU Quote from "Nestor's Gap" by Hal J. Friesen

Jan 31, 2014 - ORU Quote from "Nestor's Gap" by Hal J. Friesen on roles to maintain a safe facade.


"Nestor's Gap" is set during the Nesak War prior to the ten-novel Okal Rel Saga. In this quote, warrior Nestar Tark of House Nersal realizes he is hiding important aspects of his nature by playing the role of Nersallian Warrior -- not in the same way that Di Mon does, but just as surly. Nestor secretly discovers Di Mon's repressed homosexuality during this short story. Nestor himself is to discovers, over a series of short stories, that he sympathizes with the Nesaks over family life choices such as marriage, despite his Vrellish cultural upbringing.

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