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Sector Justice: A Seeders Universe Novel Kindle Edition
USA Today bestselling author Dean Wesley Smith returns to a not-so-distant future in his acclaimed Seeders Universe series.
Mattie Silks must team up with the most unlikely of partners to save the sector from a ruthless dictator. But her problem with Red Simms stems from more than just his work with Innocence Incorporated. She can’t keep her hands off him.
And he can’t seem to keep his hands off her either.
With or without love, the two of them must save the galaxy.
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From acclaimed Star Trek writer Dean Wesley Smith comes a space opera series full of hope for humanity.
Galaxy-spanning tales of adventure and suspense and the humanity that can exist in a vast culture.
The adventure continues
Benny Slade lives in New York City. One moment the city around him (and everyone he knows) seems normal. The next moment, everyone dies.
A journey of hope and love in the midst of darkness. And the discovery of how vast the Seeders universe really is.
Chairmen Cole and Echo of a massive Starburst ship get wrapped up in finding lost ancient cultures.
Galaxy-spanning tales of adventure, suspense, and the vast possibilities of space.
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- ASIN : B00JJPZAFW
- Publisher : WMG Publishing, Inc. (April 7, 2014)
- Publication date : April 7, 2014
- Language : English
- File size : 1608 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 234 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 0615935273
- Best Sellers Rank: #817,458 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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In the previous volume, Fisher and Doc had explored two hundred planets. Now they were orbiting a planet that had suffered widespread deaths. Then The Lady was suddenly surrounded by dozens of ships.
The R-12 was a huge ship with a very large landing dock. The Lady was suddenly transferred onboard. Fisher and Doc tested the atmosphere and it was breathable. They left The Lady and looked around.
Benson appeared behind them and welcomed them aboard. He introduced himself and explained the purpose of the fleet. A nearby star had exploded and an electromagnetic pulse had wiped out all life on the surface of the planet. Only a few people had survived underground or in shelters.
Fisher went with Benson to an assembly room. The area was empty at the moment, but would soon be filled with a couple hundred survivors. Benson left him there to watch the survivors appear. Soon the room was full.
Meanwhile, Callie was supervising her students. After three days in the caves, their guide led them back to the entrance. They were greeted by the smell of death.
In this novel, Mattie Silks is an operative of Sector Force Three. She is the best enforcer on the force.
Carson Bernard is an investigator for Sector Force Three. He seems to be able to trace anyone.
Red Simms is a friend of Carson. They had cofounded Innocence Incorporated to protect innocent victims from hunters.
In this story, Mattie is waiting on Bodie Station for Carson. He had been tracking a group that threatened Sector Force Three. He had sent her a message saying that he will meet her at the station.
Mattie finally notices Carson coming toward her. Some stranger is with him acting as his bodyguard. Red notices Mattie and alerts Carson to her presence.
Carson introduces Red to Mattie. He says that some of his investigations had been traces back to him. He had gotten permission to seek protection. He gives her a data stick containing every thing he had learned about the group.
Then the attackers come after them. Mattie tells Carson to get to cover and kills the woman with a baby buggy and a gun. Red shoots the other two attackers.
Carson is dead from a shot to his forehead. Red is shocked by his death. Mattie wonders why the death bothers him.
Rad tells her that Carson and he had know each other since the fifth grade. He is very upset from his death. He accompanies her to their hotel.
Red already has a data stick with the same info. They both read the data and meet for supper at a restaurant on the station. Both are fairly sure that the threat is personal. They have their organizations check for persons who might have a grievance against Sector Force Three.
This tale brings another attempt against their lives. Red learns that their attackers had come to the station on a ship. They ask permission fom the security chief to inspect it.
The ship does not have any booby traps, so they start dumping the computers. They send the data to Innocence Inc. and Sector Force Three. They find a video of the Bodie Station security chief welcoming someone, but they decide that it is a plant.
They soon discover who heads the attackers. The next installment in this sequence is Morning Song .
This story differs from the earlier novels. Both Mattie and Red are violent people when faced by killers. Yet they both have compassion for those compelled to attack them. Naturally, they have little sympathy for the ring leader.
Highly recommended for Smith fans and for anyone else who enjoys tales of reluctant attackers, space maneuvers, and a lot of romance. Read and enjoy!
-Arthur W. Jordin
Very much a "romance novel" and not much SiFi! Not very satisfying read.
I find the plot believable, though lacking any plot twists or cliff hangers. And of course the complete lack of anything to do what the title "seeders universe" makes a buyer think it would be about.
I did read the description about not being able to keep her hands off of Red, so I anticipated a FEW more clumsy romance scenes like in the first book, but instead the book was ruined by an extreme overabundance of them. And they were just plain amateurish. How about just doing a great job with a seeders universe [what you did great on book one], and leave the romance to the REAL romance authors?
Thanks for ruining the series for me; I think I'll pass on all the rest of the books. Too bad; I looked forward to it.
In the chapters I didn’t skim because they were tedious retellings of their night together, I kept being told how attractive they were, how much she liked his butt, and so. That’s what passed for character development.
The plot: cartoonish supervillain wants to blow things up and rule places. Our two love struck heroes manage to pull themselves out of bed, do some hand waving, and save the day.