Dreadnought And Shuttle: Halcyone Space, book 3

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Interrobang Books, Jun 1, 2016 - Fiction - 414 pages
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 When a reckless young computer programmer resurrects the damaged AI on a long dormant freighter, she and her accidental crew expose explosive secrets from a war they were taught ended decades ago.

Welcome to the universe of Halcyone Space.

Charged with protecting Ithaka and its covert rebellion from discovery, Ro and the members of Halcyone's crew learn to lead double lives within the Commonwealth. Their plans to hide in plain sight disintegrate when Alain Maldonado — Ro's father — returns seeking revenge and takes a hostage to ensure their cooperation. As the former shipmates track Maldonado down, each course they plot endangers the life of his hostage, threatens to reveal Ithaka, and uncovers conspiracies that could brand them all traitors.

 

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User Review  - ajlewis2 - LibraryThing

Totally wonderful story. The different characters contributed to the story constantly moving and pulling me in. I am in awe at how well this story is woven together with so many interesting scenes and ... Read full review

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Cohen continues to display her talents for engaging characters and a believable universe in her teen-friendly third Halcyone Space adventure (following Ithaka Rising), traits that more than balance ... Read full review

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About the author (2016)

LJ Cohen is a novelist, poet, blogger, ceramics artist, and relentless optimist. After almost twenty-five years as a physical therapist, LJ now uses her anatomical knowledge and myriad clinical skills to injure characters in her science fiction and fantasy novels. She lives in the Boston area with her family, two dogs, and the occasional international student. DREADNOUGHT AND SHUTTLE (book 3 of the SF/Space Opera series Halcyone Space), is her sixth novel. LJ is a member of SFWA, Broad Universe, and the Independent Publishers of New England.

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