Afterburn: Bio Rescue #2

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Penguin, Nov 7, 2006 - Fiction - 416 pages
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In her groundbreaking science fiction novels—Bio Rescue, Blade Dancer, and the bestselling Stardoc series—S. L. Viehl has proven time and again that she deserves her reputation as “a terrific world builder” (Midwest Book Review). She continues the story of the Allied League of Worlds and its elite Bio Rescue unit of military trained SEAL (surgically enhanced/altered lifeform) pilots.
 
The Hsktskt slavers have been driven out of the Pmoc quadrant. K-2, the home planet of the underwater dwelling ‘Zangians, has been selected to host the resulting peace summit. When an ambassador’s shuttle is attacked en route to the conference, Bio Rescue pilot Sub-Lieutenant Burn mu Znora manages to intercept the vessel and prevent the abduction of the ambassador’s daughter Liana.
 
Now, with the Bio Rescue unit officially assigned to police the peace negotiations, Burn must stay close to Liana—an assignment he’s happy to accept. But as it becomes clear someone is determined to sabotage the conference, Burn realizes Liana is hiding a deadly secret—a secret that may alter the fate of four worlds...
 
 

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User Review  - SunnySD - LibraryThing

In space the peace negotiations aren't going well, on land alien bugs are swarming, and undersea the mammoth, voracious mogshrike attacks are threatening the 'Zangians' safety... life on K2 is getting ... Read full review

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User Review  - shelley582 - LibraryThing

Second book in the biorescue series - very good. I really enjoyed the fact that the heroine in this book is not human. S. L. Viehl does a great job of creating a voice that is not human but still very easy to relate to. Read full review

Contents

Copyright Page CHAPTER
CHAPTER 2
CHAPTER 8
CHAPTER 9
CHAPTER 10
CHAPTER 11
CHAPTER 12
CHAPTER 13
CHAPTER 14
CHAPTER 15
CHAPTER 16
CHAPTER 17
CHAPTER 18
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S.L. Viehl lives in Mount Dora, FL.

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