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Legion Lost, Legion Found

Monday, February 27th, 2017
Legion
Lost
By
K.C. Finn
Genre:
Dystopian
 
One
Underground girl escapes from a soldiers’ raid. Lost and above
ground for the very first time, she has only one option to secure her
survival: the Legion—a government organization for teenagers with
no place left to run. Leave your identity at the gate, and join a
life of military service until you reach adulthood. It sounds ideal,
but the Underground girl knows that the System won’t stop looking
for its female runaway. So, she tells a lie about her gender.
And
it will change her forever.
Posing
as Raja, a boy-soldier, the Underground girl is thrown into Legion
life at its full, brutal speed. Here, she meets Senior Commander
Briggs, whose savage authority reigns over the teenage soldiers.
Amongst them are a band of oddballs known as the South Tower Rejects,
led by Stirling, a tall, savvy stranger with bright copper hair and
eyes that shine like oceans. There’s something hiding behind his
cocky smile, and Raja wants to know what it is.
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Legion
Found
 
The
heart-wrenching sequel to Kindle Press’s LEGION LOST has arrived. As
our heroine Raja suffers with intense grief, her new identity as a
Highland rebel soldier is about to be put to the test. As part of an
intrepid rescue mission, she and her fellow Highlanders will travel
south to infiltrate the System itself, discovering the fresh horrors
that Governor Prudell has subjected her people to. Death, destruction
and all-out war awaits, and nothing can prepare them for the terror
of the truth.
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K.
C. Finn was born and raised in Cardiff, South Wales, where her love
for storytelling grew at a precociously young age. After developing
the medical condition M.E. / C.F.S., Kim turned to writing to escape
the pressures of disabled living, only to become hooked on the
incredible world of publishing.
Kim
spends most of her time locked in the writing cave with an obscenely
large mug of tea. When not writing, she can be found pursuing her PhD
in Linguistics, watching classic British comedy, or concocting evil
schemes in the secret laboratory in her attic.

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The Dragons of Alsace Farm are loose… Dementia & Alzheimers

Thursday, December 1st, 2016

Agnes, an 82-y-o French WWII survivor will teach Noah and Tayte the greatest lessons of their lives:

The strength of tested love.

The promise of new love.

The power of family love.

And the courage each requires.

In need of his own redemption, Noah Carter finally confronts his childhood hero, the once-beloved uncle who betrayed him. Instead of vengeance, he offers forgiveness, also granting Uncle John a most curious request—for Noah to work on the ramshackle farm of Agnes Deveraux Keller, a French WWII survivor with dementia.

Despite all Agnes has lost, she still has much to teach Noah. But the pair’s unique friendship is threatened when Tayte, Agnes’s estranged granddaughter, arrives to claim a woman whose circumstances and abilities are far different from those of the grandmother she once knew.
Items hidden in Agnes’s attic raise painful questions about Tayte’s dead parents, steeling Tayte’s determination to save Agnes, even if it requires her to betray the very woman she came to save, and the secret her proud grandmother has guarded for seventy years.
The issue strains the fragile trust between Tayte and Noah, who now realizes Tayte is fighting her own secrets, her own dragons. Weighed down by past guilt and failures, he feels ill-equipped to help either woman, until he remembers Agnes’s lessons about courage and love. In order to save Agnes, the student must now become the teacher, helping Tayte heal—for Agnes’s sake, and for his.

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Laurie (L.C.) Lewis was born and raised in rural Maryland where she and her husband still reside. She admits to being craft-challenged, particularly lethal with a glue gun, and a lover of sappy movies. The Dragons of Alsace Farm, her eighth published novel, was inspired by a loved one’s struggle with dementia. Her women’s fiction novels include Unspoken (2004) and Awakening Avery (2010), written as Laurie Lewis. Using the pen name L.C. Lewis, she wrote the five volumes of her award-winning FREE MEN and DREAMERS historical fiction series, set against the backdrop of the War of 1812: Dark Sky at Dawn (2007), Twilight’s Last Gleaming (2008), Dawn’s Early Light (2009), Oh, Say Can You See? (2010), and In God is Our Trust, (2011).

She is currently completing a political suspense novel planned for a late spring 2017 release, and in March 2017 she will release a romance novel for Gelato Book’s “Destination Billionaire’s Series.” She loves to hear from readers, and she can be contacted at any of these locations.
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The author provides us with excellent reading, especially if you know or care for a person with dementia. I have one, and many things in this book match what I have seen and done. Still, I was surprised at the insights on how to deal with people with this problem, or how to make them more responsive to your needs. I learned a few things in the pages of this book that I found interesting and it is a great read. The story of forgiveness of oneself is viewed in this story and helps readers find strength beyond their own.
Tate is a lovely woman that doesn’t know what she wants until she re-unites with her grandmother. Her mother had told her, years before, that her grandmother was dead. Agnes is the only person who has made her feel normal and Tate wants to reconnect with her.
Noah, on the other hand, has many ghosts of his own and has finally come to see his uncle, who caused him great sorrow when he was ten years younger. He left home and never looked back. Now he is back and finds his uncle almost on the door of death itself.
Agnes has a farm that needs great care, as much as she and the animal’s do. She forgets things and she loves the new guy who helps her on the farm. Noah see Agnes up close and identifies himself with her. He figures out ways to help her return to the present and be active in her everyday life.
All is well until Noah meets Tate and a collision course is drawn between them and Agnes.
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The Cremelino Prophecy Series

Friday, November 11th, 2016

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The Path Of Destiny 
The Cremelino Prophecy Book 1
by Mike Shelton
Genre: YA Fantasy

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About the Book
In this new Young Adult/Teen fantasy series, Darius San Williams, son of one of King Edward’s councilors, cares little for his father’s politics and vows to leave the city of Anikari to protect and bring glory to the Realm. But when a new-found and ancient power emerges from within him, he and his friends Christine and Kelln are faced with decisions that could shatter or fulfill the prophecy and the lives of all those they know. Wizards and magic have long been looked down upon in the Realm, but Darius learns that no matter where he goes, prophecy and destiny are waiting to find him.

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The Path of Decisions
The Cremelino Prophecy Book 2

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About the book
In the second book of this young adult/teen fantasy series, Darius San Williams, now the first commander of the King’s Elite Army struggles with his emerging and ancient powers. After winning his first battle against external foes, he must decide now to follow the King or to take matters in his own hands. Back in Anikari Christine wrestles with how to confront oppression against her people, while in Belor, Kelln must escape the clutches of an evil wizard and warn Darius. Mezar, the captured Gildanian quietly watches everything closely and harbors a secret of his own. Each of their decisions will determine the fate and destiny of their friendship and their kingdom.

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The Path of Peace
The Cremelino Prophecy Book 3

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About the Book
In the conclusion of this magical Young Adult/Teen fantasy trilogy Darius DarSan Williams, newly crowned King of the Realm, is being pushed and tested on all sides by others vying for power. His best friend Kelln is in Mar trying to find the escaped Preacher and his daughter, while Mezar discovers a plot in Gildan that could tear the Realm apart, and put Christine in danger. All are being watched over and guided by the mysterious Cremelino horses. They hold one final magical secret that could help Darius save those he loves and find the path of peace.

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The Path of Destiny by Mike Shelton is an interesting high fantasy tale for Young Adults. It contains magic and great characters. I enjoyed this story of two best friends who just graduated and are ready to conquer the world. Then, one of them is chosen by a magic sword, a beautiful horse and can do magic… all in a kingdom that condemns magic users. The upper class condemns the outsiders or those who labor in the earth as a different kind of people. There are mentions of other kingdoms with magic, but the one the characters are from condemns it. It also condemns the love between a upper class member with a person of the lower class. This is the problem that the main character has, for he loves a farmer’s daughter.
The story is a good fantasy tale and interesting read. The author takes the reader, together with the characters, on a trip of self-discovery that will change their lives.
The story is told in a narrated manner, but has some dialogue that moves it forward at a good pace. It is the result of a good imagination.
The Path of Destiny by Mike Shelton is a great reading choice for all pre-teens and teens and is a clean story. They will find something interesting and entertaining throughout the book.

 

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B-17 bomber crashes in German-occupied Austria

Thursday, October 27th, 2016

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Synopsis:
Just before their B-17 bomber crashes in German-occupied Austria, two of the three remaining crewmen manage to parachute out of the aircraft. Captain Charlie Banks and Corporal Samuel Aldridge find shelter in a barn, where they are discovered by a beautiful young Austrian woman. Despite the danger to herself and her family, Marianne Leichtner decides to help the two Americans. Her courage and character soon win Charlie’s heart.

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When the Nazis come to investigate the plane crash, Charlie and Sam must escape through enemy territory. Just steps from freedom, they are captured by Italian fascists. Survival takes on a new meaning for the airmen, and Charlie begins to questions everything, including his faith. Only the hope of seeing Marianne again keeps him going over the long months in prison. But if he survives, will she still care for him? And will Charlie learn to trust in the Lord’s promises?

My Review:

Crossing Lines by Melanie Mason is an entertaining story of a bomber that falls down in enemy territory during WWII. I enjoyed the telling of this story that is not filled with horrible details and atrocities of war. It focuses more on the two men that escape from certain death and follows them to the end of the book. It has suspense and romance but neither is overpowering or becomes routine. Crossing Lines by Melanie Mason is a story that grips you from the beginning and doesn’t let you go. This clean tale will entertain all readers and mostly those who love a good, light war story mixed with romance.
Crossing Lines by Melanie Mason is about two American airmen that have to parachute from their airplane after a bomber excursion into enemy territory. It takes us through their narrow escape from death, the Nazi’s investigation of the crash, the help they find in a beautiful Austrian woman and her mother and their struggles to keep their faith strong in the light of imminent danger. This is an inspiring great read that is sure to become your favorite for years to come.
One thing I noticed with this story is that the pacing was faster than many other WWII stories I have read. I didn’t find any time that the descriptions got on the way of the telling. I enjoyed visualizing the different places and even the characters in my mind. What a super read!

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Engines of Liberty Series… a steampunk or alternate history?

Friday, August 12th, 2016

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The book:

REBEL HEART

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In 1776, the American rebels were thwarted by British magic. The leaders were executed, but the surviving soldiers went into hiding and kept the revolution alive. By 1984 they have developed better weapons and machinery to even the odds. Now all these “technomancers” need is an army for their arsenal, and their newest recruit is 15 year-old Calvin Adler of Baltimore. The problem is, he’s got a pretty strong will, and might give the technomancers at bit of trouble in training…

SUICIDE RUN

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Calvin learns that the technomancers aren’t all good guys like he’d thought, and soon runs afoul of the worst of them. Now, with a bomb in his chest and a lot of ground to cover, he has a little over a week to save his life, or else become another casualty in the revolution. Meanwhile, an old enemy comes back stronger than ever, with ambition to spare…

PATRIOT’S GAME

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Calvin is on the brink of death. The army is scattered, the commodore is dead, and the British mages know about the technomancers’ secret weapon. Just as all hope seems lost, Calvin and his friends find out the mages have a weakness, one that could end the war overnight and liberate the colonials.
But it will take a miracle to reach it…

The Interview:

Graham, how long have you been writing? I started in 1993 as a third grader, but started pursuing it seriously about ten years ago and I’ve been trying to get better ever since.

Wow! Tell us where you were born and where do you live now. Southern California then, Southern Nevada now. I am very much a product of the desert.

Who has made the greatest difference for you as a writer? Oh jeez. There is no right answer to this! I have been blessed with many great influences and mentors. I guess my third grade teacher was the one who really started this whole thing though. I give her lots of credit.

What is the name of your Serie? and what genre? The series is “Engines of Liberty,” and the books are REBEL HEART, SUICIDE RUN, and PATRIOT’S  GAME. They are a bit of fantasy, alternate history, and steampunk. Aimed at YA but good for all ages.

Tell us more about it. Perhaps a back cover blurb. The Brits used magic to win the American Revolution in 1776. Two hundred years later the Americans have built a huge army with steam and gas engines, plus a ton of firepower, and they want a rematch. Romance and adventure abound!

So interesting… What kind of impact do you expect your works to have in the reader’s lives? Take an interest in history and open your imagination. I was a diligent daydreamer in my childhood and it brings me immense joy, I hope others take it up.

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Shatter me…

Saturday, August 15th, 2015

K.D. Ferguson, where were you born?

I was born in a small city in upstate NY, named Oneonta.

 What the most difficult thing being an author? -The most difficult thing about being an author is finding and marketing towards my target audience.  I have tried numerous different tactics to gain readers, and to date that has been the biggest challenge, spreading the love of my work.

 Who has made the greatest difference for you as a writer? -I would have to say (more…)

Official Book Tour: Call To Arms; Nations Fall

Thursday, August 13th, 2015
Joining the military had seemed like the
right thing to do, but when war breaks out in Europe Robert wonders if he
hasn’t made the biggest mistake of his life. The Russian juggernaut grinds its
way toward Italy,
the country Robert has grown to love. As one of a handful of American soldiers
in the area, he must find a way to help the ragged remnants of NATO’s forces to
prevent any more European nations from falling.
While back home, the rest of the Williams
family struggles to protect themselves in the face of an impending civil war.
The very fabric of society continues to unravel, threatening the destruction of
the Constitution and the American way of life.
As Vice President, Calvin McCord continues to defy both sides of the political divide in order to find a solution to the war in Europe, the ravaging of the United States, and an espionage ring within the White House. 
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RANDY LINDSAY is a native of Arizona. He lives in Mesa with his wife, five
of his nine children, and a hyper-active imagination. His wife calls him the
“Storyman” because he sees everything as material for a good story. Randy’s
first novel, The Gathering: End’s
Beginning
, was published in 2014. He has also been published in several
anthologies during 2013-2014. If you want to find out more you can check him
out at RandyLindsay.net.
  
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Serena’s third book in the Isian Series has been Published

Saturday, July 25th, 2015
Serena, what gave you the nerve to attempt your first novel?
I have loved writing for as long as I can remember.  I have always had a desire to publish a book, but never thought it was a real possibility.  After my mom, Linda Weaver Clarke, became a published author, she inspired me to get my book published.
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That is so good. Please describe your writing process.
My process is not very organized!  I usually sketch up an outline, but I don’t always know where my story will lead me until I get there.  I usually begin with a single idea or a scene and then have to decide how I got there and what is going to happen next.
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I think most of us do. Where you do your best work?
My favorite place to work is when I am out in nature.  Nature is (more…)

Chronicles of the Daemon Knights in Sorceress, a review

Sunday, March 15th, 2015

Sorceress, Chronicles of the Daemon Knights  by David Korinetz

Review for readersfavorite.com 

Chronicles of the Daemon Knights by David Korinetz, was a treat to read. It is well written and the story is charming and interesting. It moves quickly and keeps you glued to the pages at every turn.

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A beautiful, redheaded sorceress named Magdalen is not only caught in the dark nets of her former teacher but also in the heart of the commander of the Daemon Knights, both sworn enemies. Magdalen once possessed the power to command the firedrakes, a creature smaller than a dragon, with the aid of the Aedon, but now has been stripped of her powers by a wise and good wizard.

She was a dark wizard’s apprentice for some years until she wanted the power for herself. (more…)

Wendy Knight and her series, Feudlings are visiting today

Thursday, November 6th, 2014

Wendy, when did you first know you wanted to be an author?

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When I was little teeny, I used to write stories using those fat crayons made for chubby little hands. I didn’t know what an author was, then, but I knew I wanted to tell stories. It’s been with me ever since.

Cute…What makes you passionate about writing?

My characters! I have this weird thing in my head—if I don’t write their story, I’m killing them, which is a completely different and much more real killing than killing them off in the story. If I don’t tell their story, I’m killing them before they have a chance to live. And I can’t do that. I want them all to live…so I can torture them.

I know exactly what you mean. What was the pathway like for you to get your first book published? Were you ever discouraged along the way? If so, how did you deal with it?

I lumped these three questions together because it’s sort of impossible to answer them all separately. I queried the first novel I ever finished. It took me two years to write it, and then two more to finally find a home for it. There was a ton of rejection and criticim. It hurt so much at first, and although everyone says it gets easier over time, I’m not sure it ever did for me. To be honest, I really struggled. But my adorable husband made me a deal. I had to query for one year. If, after one year, I hadn’t found a home for my story, I could quit and he wouldn’t pester me about it for the rest of my life. And since he’s adorable, I agreed. To deal with the discouragement, I wrote some more. I wrote the sequel to the book I was querying. I also wrote for the local paper. I kept myself busy. And I revised my first story so, so much. And then, the week before my year date was up, I got offered a contract. That same week, I got offered two more contracts, but I went with the first one because I felt like that was the right place for me. And that’s how Feudlings found its way into the world.

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Dondi Ratlif author of Destruction’s Daughter an interview

Monday, September 15th, 2014

Dondy, how long have you been writing? 

My first “novel” was typed out on a very old, metal ribbon typewriter my parents had. I wrote it on the entire front sheet of a page of notebook paper. I may have been around eight years old at the time. I’ve never stopped writing since.
Tell us where you were born and where you live now. 
I was born in Lamesa, Texas, which is about 60 miles south of Lubbock, Texas, on a map. Quite close to the New Mexico border as things go. I just moved to Cedar Hill, Texas, from Breckenridge, Texas.
How do you know the idea is good enough to write a book about it? 
They say that there’s nothing new under the sun. It’s really true. My point in saying that is simply this: if you have an idea that won’t let you go and keeps nagging at you, chances are high that it’s something you need to write about. I don’t see it in terms of “good enough” to write about. I’ve read some pretty boring books out there that other people have absolutely loved. If you’re passionate about the idea enough to get it on paper (or computer file), then it should be written. Even if the idea is one that’s been done before, it hasn’t been done with your brain and your voice.

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Mikey Brook Blog tour for The Stone of Valhalla

Thursday, April 3rd, 2014

The Stone of Valhalla ‘s Blurb

13-year-old Aaron was chosen to save their world, but it might come at the cost of losing his own… Breaking into an old lady’s basement was supposed to reward Aaron with new friends. Instead he finds an enchanted amulet that transports him to another world—one at war with magic. Before he knows it, he is accused of witchcraft (more…)

Mary Ann Bernal Historical/romance Author’s Interview

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

Mary Ann, welcome to my blog. Tell us where you were born and where do you live now.

Since my dad was active military, I was born on the Patuxent River Naval Air Station, which is located in St. Mary’s County, Maryland, on the Chesapeake Bay near the mouth of the Patuxent River.  After my father’s honorable discharge, we returned to Yonkers, New York, where I resided until relocating to Omaha, Nebraska, several years ago.

Military family? an honor to know you and my thanks to your family and your Dad.

How long did it take you to write the first draft of your manuscript?

My manuscript took about six months to write.

Who or What inspired you to write this book?

Concordia is character from The Briton and the Dane trilogy who demanded her own story.  Of course, I had to comply with her request, and she comes of age in her story.

Very nice…What is the title of your book?

The Briton and the Dane: Concordia

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The Dragon’s Vision by Sherri Godsey a review

Saturday, September 22nd, 2012

Review for readersfavorite.com

This tale is an unusual and entertaining story of a world divided by a veil. One side of the veil is bloody and full of battles, dried lands, and shadows. The other is its opposite—green fresh and fruitful. In this part of their world where everyone and everything gets along together wonderfully is a kingdom. In this kingdom there is a king who has a strong willed daughter. In the face of her coming wedding, she sets out to find her husband choice accompanied by her dragon. She has already met the other prospects to her hand and doesn’t like them so she runs away to find her own. (more…)

Twilight’s Ashes as Heaven Fades book one by Auler Ivis-readersfavorite.com

Sunday, September 4th, 2011

This is a totally entertaining book for adults. I say adults because they should have the patience to go through it and love it. There is nothing against a young adult reading it, only that is written in a way to help you savor every detail and the youth of today want to skim through too quickly to really enjoy it.

As the story line begins we are introduced to one of the main characters, (more…)

The Questory of Root Karbunkulus by Kamilla Re (readersfavorites.com)

Monday, April 11th, 2011

This is the most charming tale I have read in a while. A master author writes it beautifully. The story moves flawlessly from beginning to end.

Two old sisters, both uneducated and lazy, live together in a place far away from others. The sisters like it that way; no one meddles in their affairs. One day when they are coming back from the market, where they sell all their vegetables, which they steal from others, they have the scare of their life. (more…)

FREE MEN & DREAMERS Volume Four “Oh, Say Can You See?” Blog tour

Thursday, December 16th, 2010

This historic drama starts just after the British have set fire to Washington, on Thursday, August 25, 1814.

Beautifully woven is the story of the different parties: the British, the free men in the new country of America, along with the women and those who do everything to defend them. You will encounter many brave men who give their lives to give us freedom, together with their families who fight hard for this new nation.

This book describes the attacks on the plantations, the burned and destroyed cities the British inflict, and who shoots the first shot. (more…)

Darkscape Redemption a review for Ijustfinished.com

Monday, April 12th, 2010

Author: R. Garland Gray

Genre: Sci-Fi Romance

This is a book full of deceit, rumors of war, and intergalactic problems in a world that holds to a precarious peace. The story starts when handsome Savage, Braemar Keep of Clan Douglas, considers himself not human. In his previous life he died as coward fighting on the wrong side of the war. Now he feels that it is his job to keep the royal family of his new clan safe from the many who are trying to do them in. The problems start when certain crystals are found by the Douglas clan and (more…)

8 Hooks that your readers can’t resist

Monday, March 23rd, 2009

Well, like I said in the blog before this… A battle scene is fast paced and you can make it a surprise attack or an expected battle. Just remember that you want to hook your readers fast, and not all battle scenes will do it by themselves. You have to make the readers care for the one who is losing and despise those who are winning. (more…)

Executive Review of The Vatta’s War Series

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009

The books in the Vatta’s War series are fast moving and full of excitement throughout. They contain space battles, spies, other people who do not like what is going on in their world, murderers (some of them in the character’s own family) and a lot of plots to keep you entertained. If you like SF and space travel, and are looking for something exciting to read… you should give this series a try. You may be more than entertained; you may have a great time… of course that is up to you.