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Stealing from Pirates Paperback – May 24, 2016
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Two alien empires control known space. Caught between them, the human race clings to a handful of planets. On the fringes of all three, Captain Dara “Dare” Ross makes her living.
Her “easy job” starts with a shootout in the streets. Pirates, Port Authority, and an alien empire all covet her cargo. And they’ll kill to get it. Turns out she’s not transporting prefab buildings for the outer colonies.
She’s transporting a secret that could wipe out an empire.
Stealing from Pirates, a space opera adventure with alien empires, starship battles, shootouts, space pirates and more, with the best crew since the Serenity and a female captain who could challenge Malcom Reynolds and Han Solo. From Stefon Mears, author of Fade to Gold.
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- Publisher : Thousand Faces Publishing (May 24, 2016)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 148 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0692725067
- ISBN-13 : 978-0692725061
- Item Weight : 8 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.37 x 9 inches
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That’s… mostly it. There are a few shootouts and some tense moments, but things like wandering around looking for fuel are just dull. The setup and payoff are all fairly simple, and the story felt a little unfinished. There seemed to be some potentially interesting things going on in the world-building, but the story didn’t get into them all that deeply. We do get to meet up with one set of aliens, but it’s hard to take giant raccoons seriously.
All in all not a bad book. It’s a quick read and if you need to pass a little time, you could certainly do worse.