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- File size : 4910 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- ASIN : B01LZBNGZX
- Print length : 206 pages
- Publication date : November 25, 2016
- Publisher : Fayette Press; 2nd edition (November 25, 2016)
- Language: : English
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Page numbers source ISBN : 0998207810
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #720,285 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I had read the Sentinel Trilogy previously and enjoyed it very much. This book develops Jet's and Sorvashti's characters and fills in the relationship between them, giving greater understanding for the trilogy. It makes me want to reread the entire set, knowing I will have more understanding.
Nice book--clean of offensive language and situations. Well-edited and perfect cover!
I will be watching for Foley's new books.
I'd recommend this book, series actually to anyone who loved action, romance and a few very cool supernaturals.
It was VERY thrilling and intense and suspenseful! Not what I usually read, but I was definitely super absorbed and worried. :P As a novella, it was also a quick read. There were a few typos, I had trouble keeping Copperhead and Moccasin (two of Jet’s Viper strike team) straight, plus it’s short, and generally not entirely my usual reading cup of tea, hence 4 stars; but I did really enjoy it and it was engaging, well-written, and super intense!
Also Jet is awesome. I found him to be even more awesome in the next book, meeting him from an outside perspective, so I didn’t realize when I read this just how cool he was... so in a way I didn’t appreciate that, but now I do. :P Now that I’ve read Sentinel, I actually want to read this again as backstory-on-my-favorite-character. XD
Jet and Sorvashti are great together, especially with her way of speaking since she doesn’t know his language well, and he doesn't know hers—loved that! Language-barrier things are so fun. It was hilarious and adorable. ^_^ It’s told in their alternating POVs, which was really interesting. I enjoyed both of their perspectives.
Like I said, it’s a prequel, and I read it first, instead of starting with book 1. This was an interesting introduction to the world/cultures/characters of the series, so I enjoyed having some background on everything. But it would also be awesome to read as backstory once already familiar with the way things are introduced in Sentinel. So... I can’t decide which is better. :P Probably don’t do it like I do, and instead start with Sentinel. (But you can read either first.)
Definitely an overall enjoyable, quick read which got me hooked on the series and world and characters, and left me eager to read more! :)
(I was given a copy of this novella by the author; I was not required to write a review; these opinions are my own.)
Personally, Jet is my favorite character of the series, so it was with great joy that I found him at the center of the story! It was great to experience things from his perspective--and maybe before a little of his sarcastic negativity had settled in. And Sorvashti's strength and wisdom is awesome to see alongside the normally dominant male lead. Way to go Sorv!
Overall, this story was fantastic and compliments the remaining series perfectly. Definitely check out Sentinel if you haven't had the chance yet!