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HALO: Smoke and Shadow Kindle Edition
|Length: 208 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||
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Rion has spent her life as a space scavenger looking for scrap, weapons, technology, treasures and Forerunner technology. She has a good ship, the Ace of Spades, with the best technology she could afford and she made a reasonable life and fortune with it. She has a small but loyal crew that was skilled and followed her orders to the letter. She is a good leader and they like her.
Rion wants to find worthwhile booty to help make her and her crew wealthy and happy, but most of all she wants to find her father. She wants to know what happened to her personal hero that she adored as a child. After all of the years of wandering and looking she finally begins to find some leads of information. Her crew is behind her to help find her father. The journey that they embark on is dangerous and and challenging. They need all of their skills and luck to succeed. Treasures and surprises awaited them, as long as they had the courage to pursue their dreams…..
This is a very good book. I have read all of the Halo books that have been written and many are excellent and some are bad. This author can write a good story and most importantly she has followed the Halo storyline and concepts that Halo fans have come to know and love. Many of the other newer authors have tried to write their own stories and put their own political spin into the Halo concept. In my opinion they failed miserably and wrote books that were not interesting and were so dogmatic in trying to put their own spin on the Halo saga. The original Halo books were some of the best science fiction I have ever read and I have read thousands of books in my life. The saga did not need to be rewritten but just continued in the same storyline style and intensity in which it began.
Kelly Gay has written a short story that I liked a lot. The book is only 150 pages long but it made me hope that she continues to write a second, a third and a fourth book in the Halo saga. Her heroine has a challenge ahead of her that can lead to a series of interesting books that Halo fans would love to read. Kelly only has to remember to embrace the Halo saga and not try to change history or to destroy the wonderful stories and characters already written in the first Halo books.
I look forward to Kelly’s future Halo books. I rated this one at 5 stars. It is a very good start!
I am still looking for another Halo book from this author as I liked this one and I found it entertaining.