Nobody's Hero: A Half Way Home short story Kindle Edition
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The story follows Peter and Mira, two minor characters from Half Way Home, after their escape from their colony. In only 22 pages, I was completely hooked into the world and grew very attached to these two characters. The story was vivid and everything was beautifully described.
I would definitely recommend this story, but I’d also recommend that you read Half Way Home first, if you haven’t already. I could follow the story well enough and easily picked up on the background, but I think I would have enjoyed it even more if I really knew the world they were living in and what had driven them to escape.
This was a good short story. After reading the "Secrets in the Snow" series, I was pretty surprised to see Roz Marshall writing science fiction, but at the same time, I enjoyed it a lot. It was well written and very intriguing and I love the fact that it's based off of Half Way Home which sounds like a good book to say the least. Nobody's Hero is a great story for science fiction and romance fans for sure.