Tag: space opera

Book Review: Without a Front – The Warrior’s Challenge by Fletcher DeLancey

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Book Review: Without a Front – The Warrior’s Challenge by Fletcher DeLancey

Posted By leekoven

The time and place
This book picks up right where Without a Front: The Producer’s Challenge ends. Read that book first.
The suspension of disbelief
See Without a Front: The Producer’s Challenge.
The quick summary
Andira Tal is recovering from an attempt on her

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Book Review: Jumper’s Hope by Carol Van Natta

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Book Review: Jumper’s Hope by Carol Van Natta

Posted By leekoven

The time and place
About a thousand years from now. Action takes place on fairly backwater planet Branimir, on the passenger-freighter Faraon Azul, and in the city of Ridderth on planet Mabingion, the site of a brutal city riot several years before the book

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Book Review: The Caphenon by Fletcher Delancey

Posted By leekoven

The time and place
The far future, on a world called Alsea.

The suspension of disbelief
Faster than light space travel exists across the galaxy, but Alsea doesn’t have it. Also, the Alseans have scientific and other capabilities that we do not today.

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Book Review: Rebellion by Sabine Priestley

Posted By leekoven

The time and place
Present day, present time. Mostly on the planet of Mitah, which is nominally ruled by the Salvator family as a client of Sandaria. Chancellor Mortog runs most things, though. Earth makes some brief appearances.
The suspension of disbelief
Faster-than-light space travel

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Book Review: Doubleblind by Ann Aguirre

Posted By leekoven

Review a mid-series book? Am I mad? Often the first book gets the most reviews, but I think it’s worth commenting on later ones so people know whether they want to stay along for the ride.
The time and place
Most of the book takes

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