Friday, September 22, 2017

Perilous Hunt by Lindsay Buroker [Review]

 Perilous Hunt by Lindsay Buroker
Perilous Hunt (Fallen Empire #7) by Lindsay Buroker
Format: ebook
Source: purchased
Date read: February 11, 2017

Fallen Empire
0.5. Last Command
1. Star Nomad
1.5. Saranth Three
2. Honor's Flight
2.5. Starfall Station
3. Starseers
4. Relic of Sorrows
5. Cleon Moon
6. Arkadian Skies
7. Perilous HuntPaperback | Kindle
8. End Game
8.5. Hope Springs
9. Cyborg Legacy

Lindsay Buroker
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
After failing to catch up with her daughter Jelena so many times, Alisa's optimism is battered, but her determination has never waned. She, Leonidas, and their eclectic crew are hunting down a Starseer research station in the heart of the Kir Asteroid belt—Jelena's supposed location. Alisa vows that she will find her daughter if she has to search a million asteroids to do so.

But Jelena and her close friend, Prince Thorian, have attracted the interest of many factions, and the Star Nomad isn’t the only ship on the hunt…
Thoughts on Perilous Hunt: Alisa's mission to rescue her daughter has taken her to some interesting places. Deserted space stations and hidden bases are only the next step in this crazy cross-galaxy chase she's on. With different factions closing in for entirely different reasons (kinda), she's racing against the clock and one power-mad rogue Starseer who doesn't have any qualms about destroying those who get in his way.

Which means Alisa needs to be on her toes as she follows her intuition and the clues leading her on.

There are also a few distractions she has to deal with. The eclectic individuals she's collected along the way, for one. The hunky cyborg with a few hangups of his own, for another. Familial connections and meddling Starseers and asteroid belts, oh my!

Man, it's fun! (as an aside, I'm glad to see Leonidas finally getting a few of those issues he's been dealing with taken care of. Yes!)

One more book to go to round out this epic quest. Let's do it.

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