“Hi, I’m Commander Geri Rochelle, Veraxis ID Number 85273, Consortium Agent.”
“When I’m not caring for my baby daughter, Alis, or running a super-secret spy mission for the Consortium forces, I’m reading science-fiction!”
“Each month I’ll release a new pick with review, one book I’ve personally enjoyed”
Here’s my pick for November.
Renegade Star follows Jace Hughes, a foul-mouthed scoundrel out for himself, until he takes on some special cargo… with crew such as a battle-hardened nun and a mysterious little girl, he’ll search the galaxy for an ancient secret.
Great characters, exciting plot, cool universe. I mean, Jace isn’t quite as talented as I am, but he’s pretty resilient. He’s got a foul mouth, so I don’t recommend reading it to your young children. His crew reminds me of a Firefly-esque collection of miscreants. And he’s got a great AI. The action is fun and the fight scenes well done.
Also, the series is on audiobook, in case you’re piloting all the time.
And it’s a series up to 13 books so far! Tons of content to keep you entertained for a looong time!
They say the Earth is just a myth.
Something to tell your children when you put them to sleep, the lost homeworld of humanity. Everyone knows it isn’t real, though. It can’t be.
But when Captain Jace Hughes encounters a nun with a mysterious piece of cargo and a bold secret, he soon discovers that everything he thought he knew about Earth is wrong. So very, very wrong.
Climb aboard the Renegade Star and assemble a crew, follow the clues, uncover the truth, and most importantly, try to stay alive.
Experience the beginning of a sprawling galactic tale in this first entry to The Renegade Star series. If you’re a fan of Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, or Indiana Jones, you’ll love this epic, space opera thrill ride.
Warning: This book contains action, cussing, and general badassery. Read at your own risk.