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I love space opera. Humans blasting into far-flung star systems, big damned heroes, and a big, heroic story to boot. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Keith A. Manuel
While the story itself is well told, and the writing style style of Ann Aguirre is enjoyable the whole books still lacks... Something that would make itself a good sci-fi story. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pal Mezei
Engrossing story, well developed world and characters that drew me in. Sorry to see the wild ride end! "“Mother Mary of Anabolic Grace, what have you done?"Published 3 months ago by Marilie S.
OH.MY.GOD. THAT WAS AMAZING!!!! Ann Aguirre... you wrote yourself a brilliant little gem here. I'm fangirling like crazy.
Sirantha Jax is a Jumper. Read more
I was not sold immediately on this book. It was not bad. There was action right from the start and a pissy, bitchy heroine. Kick-ass heroines are important. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Cathy Heinemann
When you add together the MacHalo Girls (Some really cool chicks to read a book with) + Sirithura Jax (Anti-Heroine extraordinaire ) + Oh Captain My Captain March (the semi jerk... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Robin Snyder
This book is cover to cover awesomeness. I actually need to recover from the awesomeness that is this book before I could sit down and actually write a coherent... Read more
I found Grimspace to have a bit of an uneven pace, but the biggest issue was that several of the events and characters in the book seemed to be written without much purpose or... Read morePublished 6 months ago by MFormichelli
Grimspace, the first of the Jax series, opens with Sirantha Jax in prison just days after she is pulled from the Sargasso wreck that killed hundreds of diplomats and the love of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Lindsay Boitnott