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Allies and Enemies: Rogues (Volume 2) Paperback – May 29, 2016
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Amy J. Murphy is not a Jedi. (Although she's married to this Scottish guy that claims to be one.) Nor is she a powerful mutant with adamantium claws and super-fast healing, or leader of the human resistance battling to overthrow cyborg overlords.
But, she is a fantastic liar.
She discovered this power at an early age and chose to wield it for good instead of evil (even though the evil part remains highly tempting.) With this power, Amy writes books about space opera featuring kickass heroines. These books are sometimes confused for military science fiction which is an easy mistake to make. She's ok with this as her debut novel, Allies and Enemies: Fallen, was a finalist for the 2016 Dragon Award for Best Military Science Fiction or Fantasy Novel. At some point, she infiltrated the ranks of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA) and refuses to return the cool membership card they sent her when they figured things out.
When not geeking out at science fiction conventions, she's hunkered down in an isolated farmhouse in the maple syrup guzzling state of Vermont with the aforementioned Scotsman/Jedi and two canines that possess the ability to speak. She gives away free books if you write her a nice message via her website amyjmurphy.com.
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If there was one thing that I found difficult in reading Rogues, was the use of terminology specific to this book as sometimes words were used and it just went straight over my head - I think including a glossary of terms would really help reader's enjoyment and decrease any confusion of what a particular word means. My second suggestion is: please, please include a synopsis of what has gone before, so readers don't have to begin at book one to be reminded of what has gone before each time a new book in the series comes out - I started reading Rogues without going back to read the first book and found myself a little at sea with regards to Allies and Enemies universe and had forgotten much of what had occurred in the first book. Overall, I found this to be a great character driven novel with a nice amount of action to keep readers interested.
Regal Erelah Veradin reeling from the impact of genetic and psychological damage inflicted by a monster, teeters between sanity vs. collapse into a vegetative state. Then events unfold that threaten Erelah's very life.
Wow, what a ride...........
Story line as I mentioned is good, 4 star, held my interest but you probably figured that out by now.
Didn't find any editing hassles, no repeated statements or character traits repeated so this makes the 5th star.
But when the next episode coming ???