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End Game: Fallen Empire, Book 8 by [Buroker, Lindsay]
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Book 8 of 8 in Fallen Empire (8 Book Series)
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  • File Size: 4840 KB
  • Print Length: 373 pages
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  • Publication Date: November 27, 2016
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MRR0EO7
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The thing about a great series of books is that you both really look forward to the series ending - and finally getting a resolution - and really dread it as it means the end of the high you get from enjoying it. Fallen Empire has been that kind of series and End Game is a great series ender.

For newbies, I still recommend starting with Star Nomad which is first in the series. Don't worry, while open ended it's not a cliff hanger but it will give you a taste of the crazy Firefly-Star Wars symbiosis that is the Fallen Empire series. Warning though: I pretty much guarantee that if the prior sentence intrigued you at all then you will get addicted to this series.

For those who are fellow addicts well, all I can say is that I just bought this and read it in one sitting - but it's now 2:47 am (which I'm going to regret when the alarm goes off in now less than 4 hours as it's a work day), so that whole "one sitting" thing only means that, yes, this holds up to the high standard of the other books.

I will bottom line this: great series, great last book, super-highly enjoyable with the HEA conclusion desired (which leaves room for more even though answering all that need to be answered), and most definitely (and highly) recommended.

I read a lot (a scary amount of) books as there are so many that are free or super cheap on kindle. Even avoiding those that are crap, the vast bulk of indie books are at best fun but not fantastic. Then once in a while you hit a gen of an author who is as good as - or better than - the best of those who have books published by the big publishing houses. Lindsay Buroker is one of those few gems.
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This ist he 8th and final installment in Lindsay Buroker’s Fallen Empire series. Chances are that if you have gotten this far in the series you don’t need me to extol the author’s writing qualities. I do love her books, but I am not very much into Sci-Fi and space operas, but I’ve read (and loved) all her other books, so I was left nothing else to read of hers but Fallen Empire. As it turns out it became one of my favorites.

What I particularly like about her writing style are the constant, nail-biting action, the great adventures, the quirky, lovable and well-fleshed out characters, and of course the humour. And her heroines that are unlike any others : strong, unpredictable, caring and clever, always thinking outside of the box and coming up with unexpected solutions. The hero in this one was also pretty special : who else but Lindsay could write a love interest who for the first two thirds of the series is unable to perform (sexually) and for the remaining part (when he finally could get laid) is largely thwarted in enjoying his new-found libido by the presence of a child. And despite all that he appears sexy and desirable and strong, and not only because of his size and fighting abilities.

Not unexpectedly all the difficulties and problems Alisa and her crew have been faced with get resolved, though not without many difficulties to overcome, an epic space battle to win and sacrifices to make. They succeed in finding and freeing Prince Thorian and to render Alcyone’s staff unusable (after a fashion). Beck manages to get his sauce making business off the ground with some catering gigs, Abelardus finally transfers his interest to a more receptive candidate and Alisa’s daugther Jelena slowly looses her fear of Leonidas and favors him with stickers on his armor.
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Lindsay Buroker is up to her usual standard. This book conclusively finishes the series and yet leaves enough open ends that she could easily return to this world. Not only does that make it feel more realistic than if every little thing had been resolved--it also means she can easily write more in the series should she ever decide to return to it. In other words--Wait no longer! You can read the entire series now and won't be left hanging. (Which isn't to say that more won't be coming along some day.)

Great book, great series. Highest recommendation.

(Disclaimer: I received a free pre-publication copy of this book but was not, in fact, asked to provide a review in exchange.)
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Captain Alisa Marchenko has promised her daughter they will recover Prince Thorian, who was taken by her evil uncle Tymoteusz after she and her crew finally found the children. The promise might be hard to keep, especially with the Alliance warning her to stay out of the way as they mount a mission to recover the Staff of Lore, and battle Tymoteusz and the group of mafia who have banded together to help him take over the whole system. If they can pull off this latest mission, Alisa can finally realize her dream of a normal life running freight with her daughter Jelena and Leonidas, the cyborg she loves. If only she can get Jelena to think of Leonidas as a friend and not be frightened of him. Maybe allowing her to put stickers on his armor will help, especially if they’re kitten and puppy stickers. This was such a great series, I’m really sad to see it end because I’ve enjoyed it so much. But with all the excitement, it was great to see everything resolved satisfactorily, where I know all these characters I liked so much are going to be happy. Even if Alisa can’t stay out of trouble, she’ll have her friends around to help her get out of it.
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