"A gritty space opera adventure." Publishers Weekly
"This world is dark, the characters are twisted and I was completely hooked."
~ Feeling Fictional"(Girl From Above) is what would happen if HBO made a love child between the shows Firefly and Killjoys."
~ Smadas Book Smack"It's as if Blade Runner, Firefly, and Ex_Machina had a baby named Girl From Above!"~ Goodreads Reviewer"Generous helpings of sex, drugs and rock n' roll plus the intriguing character of the post-human #1001 help this novel stand out from the crowd." ~ Book of the Week (May 2015) scifi365.net"Prepare yourself for some laughs, thrills, and potentially some tears."
~ Sammie's Book Nook
"Unique, gritty and totally awesome." ~ Bookfever
"This well and truly fills the gap left by The Starkillers Cycle." ~ A Literary Potion
"DaCosta (See No Evil , 2016, etc.) writes a peppy, efficient story that interlaces action with salty banter and drama of several kinds: personal, sexual, and familial. Chitec and its CEO make excellent villains as well. Caleb, his ship, and DaCosta's worldbuilding bear some resemblance to television's Capt. Malcolm Reynolds and theSerenity in Firefly, as well as the Syfy adventure series Killjoys, a resemblance that will please fans of either show.... This fast-paced first outing in a series offers layered characters and plenty of action." ~ Kirkus Reviews
"When you find out what the "betrayal" is at the end of the book, it packs a hell of a punch. Wonderful characters. I had to read the entire series, one book after the other, bang, bang, bang." ~ Cara Bristol, Author of Trapped by the Cyborg. USA Today Happy Ever After