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  • Excellent sci-fi and adventure

    I received an ARC copy of this book. Armstrong Station by D.M Pruden is the first book of his new series featuring Dr. Melanie Destin before she became the 'mother of mars'. Dr. Destin soon finds her stay at Armstrong Station riddled with peril and her choice to help a young woman in trouble sends her deeper into danger. Pruden's sense of character pulls you into Destin's life and you are soon right with her as she struggles with her choices. While you are sure she will survive you are unsure if she will succeed right up to tension filled climax. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and recommend to readers of sci-fi and adventure. Not to mention a must have for fans of D. M Pruden.

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  • What would you do

    I received an ARC of this book, what follows is honest review. If you have read the Mars Ascendant series, this is the life of Dr. Melanie before she became the 'mother of mars'. It shows why she is who she says she is. If you have not read them, that is fine, you are introduced to a new main character. Told from the points of view of the hero and the bad guy, the story is gripping. More than once I had to put it down to do other things like sleep or eat. Dr. Melanie who is hiding her life away on a cargo ship comes in contact with a stowaway on the ship. Help her or not, that is the question. Helping her, she finds, will endanger the life of her and the crew of the ship she is on. What will be the right thing to do. Good book, a little violence. Might not recommend to young children, but it is ok for pre-teens and above.

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  • Good start to series

    Armstrong Station - Requiem 1 - is a prequel to the Mars Ascendant series. Both starring Mel Destin, which is a good thing. The future Mother of Mars is the doctor on board the Requiem where she discovers a stowaway. Start the action and plot twists. Doing the right thing isn't always easy.

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  • Very good character development

    I’ve just recently come across D.M. Prudens books. After reading Requiem’s Run Prequel and Armstrong Station, I wish I had heard about them earlier. Melanie Destin is the main character and the book brings out some of her back story, her vulnerabilities and shows how she is growing. She’s tough and she has flaws and knows that she does. She also strives to help people who need it, at times to the detriment of herself and her friends. I enjoyed the characters the author brought to the story. All the characters are at least to some point relatable and following their adventures makes for a good read. The main story arc is interesting and has a few other minor threads going on which help to build the characters we’re reading about. All that to say, I thoroughly enjoyed the book and will be starting on book 2, Phobos Station, shortly.

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