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Even without reading the four Xenowealth books (Crystal Rain, Ragamuffin, Sly Mongoose, Apocalypse Ocean) you will still enjoy the stories in this Xenowealth Collection.
The highlights for me were (the very first story) "The Fish Merchant," (Pepper's origin story) "Manumission," (the extended excerpt from "Apocalypse Ocean") "Placa del Fuego" and (the very last story) "Ratcatcher." But, happily there is no bad story in the bunch, these I mentioned are just the standouts!
Read it for yourself!
“Xenowealth” (Xenowealth Books, $14.95, 193 pages) is a collection of short stories that center around the very violent Pepper, who battles aliens that dominate humans, and some humans as well, on and off Earth. Not surprisingly, the collection expands on the three-book series of the same name that begins with “Crystal Rain,” but there are no spoilers, and “Xenowealth” can stand alone. Still, if you like the stories, definitely read the series, as Buckell is a talented author who doesn’t overwrite, either in style or in length.