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    Love the book

    For those who love Firefly, this book is for you. A misfit crew and a secret at the end of the Republic create quite a thrill ride. I couldn't put it down. I would definitely recommend this book to any sci-fi lover. There are two more books to come, but it is not a cliff-hanger. Buy the book, you won't be disappointed!
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    A worthy read!

    The synopsis summarizes the story. The reading takes you on a RIDE! Hang on to your hats and take a dip into the world of Mr. Parry’s making!!!!
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    Well written beginning to a swashbuckling series.

    Well written, many points of suspense, but there are times in the story when the language used just feels write. A good way to spend some time enjoying where your imagination pictures the words on the page.
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    Amazing Story !! Very Impressive !!

    Grace Gushiken only had her sword and a few Republic coins left. She was being hunted and had to find a way out of here. Her best bet was to lie her way onto the Tyche, an aging rust bucket to be sure, but she had heard the Republic had a job for him and that was her way out. Nathan Chevell, captain of the Tyche, a free starship outside of Guild constraints, was allegedly very good at his job. She needed to sign on as a crew member and, if there wasn’t an available position, she would have to make sure one suddenly opened up. Nate sat at a table in a spacer bar across from two men from the Republic’s Navy. Before the Lieutenant even opened his mouth, Nate had silently sized both men up with lightning fast deductions based on their appearance and demeanor. One a classic desk-worker and the other a tough non-officer. He knew that though both were on the same side, each had a vastly different point of view. He corrected Lieutenant Evans immediately on his mispronunciation of the name of Nate’s ship. Nate’s clever repartee seemed to run rings around Evans who sometimes seemed a bit dazed by the captain’s responses. Nate was actually enjoyed the attempt to negotiate with the Republic who never negotiated, and he smiled inwardly as he compared it to playfully pulling on a tiger’s tail. He was pleased when he saw the rigid Marine next to Evans try to conceal a tiny smile as Nate deftly manipulated Evans. Nate would agree to the job if his three stipulations were met. A woman slipped in comfortably beside Nate to add a fourth stipulation – surrendering the right of salvage to provide a sort of finder’s fee. All three men turned toward her, Nate studying her because she was a stranger to him as well! Then she confidently introduced herself as Grace Gushiken, the Tyche’s Assessor! She reminded Evans that there was a downed transmitter involved and that would make it worth their wild to salvage, in case the rest of the money due them was somehow not paid. Grace and Nate seamlessly blended their stories to completely convince Evans that they had everything planned out. For the first time, the Marine spoke and asked Evans if he wanted him to rough them up – but before Evans could answer, Nate’s man Kohl pressed a weapon to the Marine’s neck and Evans agreed to their terms without further argument. The snappy writing was so well done and made for an enjoyable read. The story line moved along briskly and kept the reader’s attention. Events happened quickly, but it always felt like Nate was at least one step ahead. He would have to deal with Grace’s presence, but he was the kind who looked like he could handle any challenge that came his way. There was so much more in this book that could be mentioned. Hopefully this is enough already to show how much I loved this book and that it is strongly recommended to the reader to grab a copy and join this wild adventure! I have to admit, I’m a definite new fan of this author!
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    Great read

    David vs Goliath And aliens, and adventure Realy good space opera, well written and easy reading. Includes one warning though You are going to have to buy the next book Worth it! Did I mention the Aliens?

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