If you like “science fantasy” with a (for me) fresh approach, you’ll like Khe. Khe takes you to a wonderful, new world with a very special species and their own physical traits and differences, still recognisable enough to identify with. I like how the world of this story is created, so familiar yet strange enough to make it fascinating.
Khe is placed in a very strange situation when something that is wrong with her is being corrected, and from there the story takes her (and the reader) on a fast and amazing journey. As Khe travels and meets people, her situation becomes more and more odd. It gets worse when she learns how her people have started to live the way they now do, and the end of the book is wonderful, endearing and surprising.