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Starflight Kindle Edition
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|Length: 369 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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|Age Level: 12 - 18|
|Grade Level: 7 - 12|
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To the good: very exciting and fast-paced! Well written sense of place, you really get lost in these grimy boat machine rooms and the developing romance of our two seemingly different leads. I never lost interest in this one and the surprise near the end was nicely done.
This really alternated between leaning towards YA one minute and New Adult another. I really liked the personality clash between the two mains in the beginning. It was unique and refreshing, honestly. Having said that, some of the inner angst was a tad overdone and really the sort of *Spoiler* flowery description of love at the end by Doran to Lara. It might be what a woman wants to hear but to me it doesn't read as what a guy would actually say. You can tell a woman wrote it. It just doesn't ring true. I still enjoyed the love story but having to read the same loving descriptions that sound scripted...is driving me nuts.
Overall though, I really enjoyed it!! Fast-paced read which was exactly what I wanted! It felt good to be actively engaged in a book this year! My first time being this year jonesing to read. I'd say worth it.
The secondary characters and their interactions really made this book for me. I adored the rest of the crew and am ecstatic to start the next book in the series, Starfall, which features Cassy and Kane. Landers’s knack for writing witty one-liners caused me to burst out laughing like a lunatic on more than one occasion.
The one thing that kept me from rating Starflight 5 stars was the lack of suspense in the book. Although I never knew what would happen next, I also never doubted that the main characters would escape the precarious situations they were in. I didn’t experience the stomach dropping dread that comes from worrying about the lives of favorite characters. That being said, the means by which Doran and Solara escaped various situations were always clever and certainly made for an entertaining read.
Solars is a criminal with her crimes literally on her skin. She gets a job offer on the fringe, a place between colonized and thriving and just colonized. She agrees to act as servant to her school bully who does his best to keep up the bullying.
When an act of desperation forces her to flee with her kidnapped bully, she finds herself among a questionable crew. With an at-once kind and fearsome and very old captain, a kleptomaniac for a first mate, a contentious dreadlocked pair with some serious baggage, they find trouble at every turn.
I would eat my hat if the author tried to claim Firefly didn’t at least inspire the universe.
There are pirate crews, black market dealings, a ship with a very unique way about it, daeva which are basically cybernetic reavers, a ragtag crew who take passengers and do some less than legal trading, an oppressive government, it’s easy to see the similarities.
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