Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Smuggler Ship by Lindsay Buroker [Review]

Smuggler Ship (Sky Full of Stars #0.5) by Lindsay Buroker
Format: ebook
Source: free for newsletter subscribers
Date read: June 28, 2017

Sky Full of Stars
0.5. Smuggler Shipfree with newsletter sign up
1. The Rogue Prince
2. Angle of Truth
3. Stolen Legacy
3.5. Combat Support

Lindsay Buroker
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Find out how Jelena and Erick first acquired their freighter, the Snapper, in this fast-paced adventure.
Thoughts on Smuggler Ship: Jelena's turtle-shaped ship is practically a character in itself. Jelena loves the battered thing to pieces (much like her mother loves her worn ship) and the crew has come to accept that the Snapper is their home.

This story lays out how she came to be in possession of the Snapper and, as one would expect from the daughter of Alisa Marchenko, there's a little bit of danger involved. Little bit. You'll barely notice. And no matter what you might hear otherwise, there is absolutely NO close combat fighting. Or animals that Jelena feels compelled to rescue.

Lying. There's ALL THOSE THINGS.

Seriously, the Marchenko blood runs true and Jelena can't walk away when someone needs her. Like her mother, she also inspires some thrilling heroics from her companions. Erick, I'm looking at you.

I always enjoy these glimpses into the characters lives outside of the main story and this one hit the spot.

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