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- Print Length: 284 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1535377569
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- Publication Date: September 24, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LZXFOYR
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- Word Wise: Enabled
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BROKEN WORLDS (THE ALORIAN WARS Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I used an ereader’s synthetic text to voice option to listen to this fast paced story in my Jeep while driving out to Niagara Falls. I received a free copy but I can’t remember where from. My TBR pile is a large and frightening place, and by the time I get to things, I often draw a blank on their origin. I also tend to download freebies that I see on twitter @S_Shane_Thomas or facebook at S.Shane.Thomas.author.
Avera has given us two unlikely heroes and set them up for bigger adventures. This is the beginning of a great adventure for Anki and Brendal. I get the feeling that somewhere in their near future the gang would rub shoulders with the likes of Han and Chewie before they quite smuggling.
There are some strange errors in logic as well such as the fact that Grendle would send communications from space in terms that paranoiac Greshians everywhere will immediately find "treasonous" After all, that's exactly why they are swarming into the galaxy and try and conquer everything in their way.
Then there is the fact that Grendle already served a couple of years and only now developes a conscious?
Then there is the case of Anki getting sucked into space without a space helmet on and nothing happens decompression wise? Or the other two men on board can tow them back on board without having been sucked out into space as well?
Or Brendle declaring he wants to be with Anki the second day after he met her? I think the romantic touch here is forced and not successful.
Looking past these problems the rest of the the book actually became rather interesting giving the promise of further scope for improvement in following episodes in this series. We basically have four misfits in a warship that came together and who have nobody else but each other to overcome tremendous adverse circumstances. Sort of: Have derelict spaceship, will travel!
it was short and worth he read but im not certain if im going to try reading the next one or not. being free is definitly a point in its favor.