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- Print Length: 283 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1540304299
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: October 18, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M26TOKQ
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Alisa and the crew are in the Kir Asteroid belt trying to find Jelena and the other Starseer children Thorian amongst them. The Alliance, the Empire remnant, as well as the Treasure Hunting Androids are all there as well, looking for the children (well Thorian really), as well as the Staff of Lore.
The Alliance is also seeking Admiral Tiang, who they wrongly believe that Alisa and her crew have kidnapped, even though the eccentric Scientist is onboard just researching as it is the best place for it according to him.
With a critically injured Ostberg as well, Alisa is very conscious that time is running out, that she has to find her Daughter and get out of there, before they are captured, killed or worse.
She still has to try and live up to her promise to Abelardus as well, to help retrieve the Staff of Lore from Tymoteusz, although as far as she is concerned, that would only be to destroy the stupid thing.
In the middle of all of this, she is still trying to kindle her relationship with Leonidas, and convince both him and Tiang to do the surgery to reverse what was done to him by the Empire in the hope of returning his sexual function, but also to try and make it so he can sleep without horrific nightmares.
As I said, this is an intense and pivotal story, full of multiple major plot lines, some of them that get closed, some still to be closed, some that are modified in ways you don’t see coming.
Perilous Hunt is probably the best book of the series so far, and if you have been reading them, this is the one to read. If you are looking for a great series that will absorb you, with exceptional characters, cool tech, some absolutely brilliant humour, outstanding combat scenes, both on the ground and in space, but the combat between the Cyborg Leonidas and whatever gets in his way is just so well written, you feel like you need to go hide in a corner and watch from there. People keep comparing this to Firefly, and yes, I am a diehard Firefly fan (I still can’t believe some idiot cancelled it), but I think Fallen Empires is better, it has a stronger range of characters, more depth, and better storylines. Perilous Hunt is the book that proves it.
Perilous Hunt is an exciting ride, which brings us closer to the characters we have come to both love and hate. Battles in space, conflict in an asteroid, androids, mind-reading kids … and brownies, make this the most exciting book of the series. Truthfully, I can't wait for book 8!
If you haven’t started the Fallen Empire series yet, pick up the first book, and put everything else on autopilot for a while. These are fun books, with a lot of snarky humor, some unlikely adventure, a dash of suspense, and just the right amount of romance. Lindsay is a master of lighthearted sci-fi adventure. She carefully weaves a tale that immediately draws you in, and crafts characters that you feel you’re abandoning when you close the book for a few hours to get some sleep.
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If you want a beach book or vacation read, this is for you. For a series, it's just too brief.Read more