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Ambassador 2: Raising Hell (Ambassador: Space Opera Thriller Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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I do not write about the story line/plot or the characters, I think you need to read the book and make your own judgements on those things. What I will write about in this or any other review is how much I enjoyed the story and that I would or would not recommend it.
Well in this case, please note, I very much enjoyed this book and the story it tells and I would highly recommend that if you are reading this, then you are just the person that needs to acquire and read this story and I highly recommend it for what that is worth.
Raising Hell follows on from Ambassador: Seeing Red. It's the second book in the series, and it moved the story right along.
It was great to reunite with the characters I'd become so fond of, and see their relationships develop. I really enjoyed learning more about the complexities of 'gamra' and the multi-tiered 'associations' formed by the Coldi.
It takes quite a bit of skill to develop a human, but not yet human species and make it hang together. Cory, the main character was once again a great read. I've lived in the Pilbara in Western Australia, and Patty Jansen truly captured the excruciating discomfort of overheating. At points in the story I felt as if I was back there, working hard in the baking sun and feeling the fluid being sucked out of my body by the unrelenting heat.
It's great to see a clever author writing good Science Fiction.
I'll continue to read Patty Jansen's stories, and as five star reads, I'll be reading them more than once.