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Characters ç Naero's Run Ç PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ 2595 Ten years after The Fourth Spacer War with the rival Gigacorps Naero Amashin Maeris works in her Clan's merchant fleet dreaming of her own ship and developing psyonic powers without going nuts After tragedy strikes her Clan in theHt up in a white hot intrigue of raiders assassins and warring interstellar spies and fleets Even worse the greatest threat might yet lurk deep within herself And Naero's Run has only just begun to heat u. Naero's Run promises an action packed space adventure featuring a kickass female protagonist which it delivers I just didn't expect the whole thing to be so YA The protagonist certainly kicks ass as promised but she's also an annoyingly whiny and hotheaded idiot at times The writing style needs improvement especially the dialogue which is on occasion so awfully cliché riddled that it makes me want to scream From what I can tell this was the author's debut novel so I would hope the writing flows better in recent works

Mason Elliott è 2 Review

Tragedy strikes her Clan in the Unknown Regions agents from the Corps stalk her believing she holds the key to secrets priceless and deadly lost tek data from an ancient godlike alien race Soon she's caug. This book reminded me a lot of the pulpy Forgotten Realms Dragon Lance or Shadowrun style books of my teen years but set in a far future universe I would have to classify it as Science Fantasy or Comic Book Science Fiction then pure Science Fiction I found the book to be long for the amount that actually happens in the story It felt like an excessive amount of description for the amount of action All that being said I liked the story enough to buy the second one to see what happens next

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Naero's Run2595 Ten years after The Fourth Spacer War with the rival Gigacorps Naero Amashin Maeris works in her Clan's merchant fleet dreaming of her own ship and developing psyonic powers without going nuts After. Three stars for the story two stars for the writing Such great phrases as geisha black hair and alabaster skin belong in a lurid romance not a science fiction book And it sure would be nice if every sentence actually contained a verb At times the writing was so bad I couldn't focus on the story In fact I'm amazed that I actually finished this but it was just interesting enough to see where it went It was not worth it The interesting developments weren't explained while everything else was At times I couldn't figure out if the author was writing a romance a YA coming of age novel or space opera This lack of a focus shows through as the characters and plot jump focus between military sci fi and something else Anyway this focuses on Naero a 19 year old spacer who the entire universe wants because of her link to a legendary data trove This could have been interesting if we didn't add nearly godlike powers mortal enemies who magically become best friends and a lot of political speechifying I found myself skimming through the combat scenes at they were mostly told through the issuance of orders Orders by said 19 year old girl because of COURSE she should lead when experienced combat veterans are around Anyway inevitable betrayal overwhelming odds and a last minute rescue all show up Sigh