Over at Innsmouth Free Press, Harry Markov reviews Cloud Permutations:
What I loved was how the constant clouds have tinted the worldview of the inhabitants, how the new culture is tied into them, and how their constant shapeshifting in the skies have shaped their expressions. Another ever-present element is the language. The people on Heven speak a dialect of English, which at times is identifiable, but sometimes foreign enough to include a translation. Language is sentient. It’s influenced by what happens around its speakers and makes the needed changes to fit. Language also varies from one geographic area to another and what grander and vaster area is there from a whole new planet? It gave me joy to read such a well-thought-out world. – read the full review.