Other questions that came to mind: Why is this military so tolerant of the protagonist's insubordination?
Why are they using swords so much? They're flying around in space ships, don't they have any better weapons than big knives? If you know the world I'm guessing maybe there are some other books in this world , this works well as a quick side adventure 6 hours is a bit short for sci-fi.
There's a lot of action, and people who already know the characters and set up will enjoy it. If you don't know the world presumably from other novels , you might be a bit confused. Great sci-fi listen Really enjoyed this book. The story has action from the start and a very strong female lead in the form of Emily. The narrator did an amazing job, different voices for each character and plenty of emotion. Highly recommend giving this one a listen and will be checking out other books in this series.
I received a free review copy of this audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review. I loved It! From start to finish, this book had me hooked.
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The militaristic background of the entire production was spot on. It is a Phase 2 novel set during the V'kit'no'sat War era. Members Reviews: Come on book 3!!! Book 2 was so good!! Great continuation I am so enjoying this series I feel enveloped and guilty I'll never achieve self sufficiency sitting on my arse enjoying these books!! Good read! I really like all of his books. I think that young readers would find them very entertaining for they're shirt read and hold your interest.
Great series of books Keep em coming! Great series of books. Cant wait to read the next one! The title story concerns the hidden heir to a fallen race of magicians, who learns his father's dark lore as he pursues vengeance against those who destroyed his people. In "Qalabi Dawn", a new nation is formed from warring demon-spawned tribes, then set against a legion of Amorrans led by a dangerously cautious man. The rich fantasy continues in "A Magic Broken", as an undercover magician faces a new and dangerous town - and a team of enterprising dwarves - in pursuit of a mysterious woman forced into prostitution.
Finally, the Hugo-nominated "Opera Vita Aeterna" tells the story of an elven sorcerer and a religious monk, and how they discover that the transformational power of friendship can be the highest and most potent magic of all. I was quite pleasantly surprised. I'm not often a fan of darker fiction, but the stories in the collection varied widely in setting and theme, even though all are set in the universe of A Throne of Bones.
I liked the narrator also. I'm glad to hear that the audio version of A Throne of Bones is coming soon, as I'd prefer to hear it rather than read it. The narrator is the same. Interfacing with the mermaid-like Naysha and the alien Platies who serve as the ship's navigators is an exhilarating experience, and all the other officers on the crew are eager to welcome her into the fold Mike Beringwaite, the overbearing ensign who ruined their leadership retreat years earlier, has somehow made lieutenant, too.
When a routine problem in the water environment throws them together, Alysha has to decide how willing she is to forgive him for what he did, whether she can work with him again, and most importantly, if she can trust him - with her life. The disaster at the leadership retreat is nothing to the one they have to handle now. If they can These are flawed, interesting characters.
Except for some faceless enemies, there are no good or bad guys here, just people with greater or lesser challenges, all working to do well. The plot unfolds these challenges, then shows the characters working through a crisis and resolving some of their issues, while leaving others tantalizingly unresolved. My chief delight is in this book's aliens.
The Naysha and the Platies are two aquatic species who do not communicate with the main characters using vocal language. The Platies, in particular, are somewhat like Earth's rays. Unable to use almost all of the usual ways to describe a character's thoughts and emotions, Hogarth still portrays the Platies vividly as thinking, feeling individuals.
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Good action, good characters, good story! I love the Pelted universe Ms. I couldn't put it down. Jump into the world of the Pelted I did, and I thoroughly enjoyed the short time it took to read this fascinating, energetic story.
I just wish it was longer. I've been with the Pelted for quite a long time I've been with the Pelted for quite a long time, and I've followed Alysha's adventures for most of them.
This is exactly the story I expected, and exactly the story she needed. However, the doctor has her own war wounds - severe PTSD and guilt over those she failed to save. Persuaded to fill a seemingly frivolous berth as ship's doctor on the huge and luxurious interstellar cruise liner Nebula Zephyr, she finds the job brings unexpected perks - a luxe beach deck with water imported from Tahumaroa II, and Security Officer Jake Dilon, a fellow veteran who heats her up like a tropical sun.
However, Emily soon learns she and Jake didn't leave all peril behind in the war. A mysterious ailment aboard the Zephyr begins to claim victim after victim Trapped on a ship no spaceport will allow to dock, their efforts are complicated by a temperamental princess and a terrorist - one who won't hesitate to take down any being in the way of his target.
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Great story. Action, drama, and a sprinkling of romance. The narrator was exceptional.
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Emily Shane. She is a veteran doctor who has saved countless lives. Unfortunately the exposure and duration of the profession has taken its toll and Emily is faced with battling PTSD. She takes a job as a doctor on the luxurious interstellar cruise ship Nebula Zephyr.
Sounds fun, right? A mysterious outbreak occurs on the ship which will take down every passenger one by one. This story gives you goose-bumps from the thrill, mystery and romance! With strong and dynamic characters it's easy to get instantly drawn into this audiobook. The book is narrated by Michael Riffle. He has a deep and assertive tone intermixed with a smooth and soothing delivery. Michael has almost a hypnotizing rhythm to his cadence and I found myself easily slipping away to another world.
The audio quality is top-notch.
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Emily has a lot on her plate when she has to juggle strong personalities, a love interest and an unexpected outbreak! This story times out at just over 7. Stay Out Of the Water? If you are planning to read this book, one can safely assume that you have checked out others in Scott's SF Sectors Romance series. The first I read was Wreck Of the Nebula Dream, a Titanic-style thriller set aboard a space-liner that meets disaster.
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