As exciting as the last few books in the series have been, there have been a lot of loose ends that needed tying up.
This is not the first time he has had to flesh his story line out into two (or more) books and the filled segments are a bit shallow.
If you like stories with a great cast of characters, a well developed world with great plot lines, the Longknife series is for you.
I love this entire series. Shepherd is great at keeping the suspense going while keeping the slower scenes interesting.Published 23 days ago by Andre D Braxton
I really enjoyed this addition to the series, a bit more expiration of her character and relationships, not always flowing well in the story but still good to see. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David Julian
I always enjoy how mike shepherd puts his story together. always entertaining and mostly believable for those of us willing to suspend disbelief for this genre!Published 3 months ago by B. L. Flaniken
Very good I love this kind of books and I am looking forward to reading more of the same stylePublished 4 months ago by freddy thumas
Always a good ride and a great read! It remains fresh and combines the old with even more new. One of my favorite SiFy series. Recommended to all.Published 4 months ago by Peter in Alaska
Another good book in series. Mike Shepherd has managed to keep these books fresh so far. This one is a little better in my opinion than the last. Fun read.Published 7 months ago by Tmax Amazon Customer
Furious (2012) is the tenth SF novel in the Kris Longknife series series, following Daring. The initial volume in this sequence is Mutineer. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Arthur W. Jordin
I had accidentally jumped over this book (it wasn't at the library) and having read it am very glad I got back to it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Alvin C. Lustie
Kris Longknife reminds of a Nelson Mendela or a Martin Luther King fighting for the people and not just for prestige. I love her support staff and her quick thinking solutions. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Marc Leon