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J Kahele

BOOK INFORMATION

TITLE – Enemy of Man SERIES – The Chronicles of Kin Roland AUTHOR – Scott Moon GENRE – Science Fiction (military, adventure) PUBLICATION DATE – June 2013 LENGTH (Pages/# Words) - 223 pages, 85,000 words PUBLISHER – Scott Moon COVER ARTISTPro Book Covers


BOOK SYNOPSIS

Earth Fleet never forgave Kin Roland’s failure at Hellsbreach. Changed by captivity and torture, hunted by the Reapers of Hellsbreach and wanted by the Fleet, Kin hides on a lost planet near an unstable wormhole.

When a distant space battle propels a ravaged Earth Fleet Armada through the same wormhole, a Reaper follows, hunting for the man who burned his home world. Kin fights to save a mysterious native of Crashdown from the Reaper and learns there are worse things in the galaxy than those hunting him. The end is coming and he is about to pay for a sin that will change the galaxy forever.


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AUTHOR BIO

Scott Moon loves audio books, especially the works of George R.R. Martin, Stephen King, Patrick O'Brian, John Ringo, David Weber, and Michael Connelly. He has been writing fantasy, science fiction, and urban fantasy thrillers for over thirty years. His professional background is law enforcement, including various tactical and investigative units. In 2005, he was part of a task force that arrested a serial killer who had been at large for over three decades.

 

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My review

 

Kin Roland has excommunicated himself from the fleet, becoming a traitor. As he chases down aliens, with the fleet close behind, the mysteries of Crater town and the wormhole and they reason why they were all there, slowly begins to reveals itself. He fights to protect the world and the people he loves and also finds along the way Becca, a woman who he loved and thought he had lost forever.

This book was definitely action packed and the characters, especially Kin were crafted nicely. But the story was drawn out in a way that made it at times difficult to follow. It did not flow easily and I found myself lost, having to go back and forth through the book, to figure out what was going on.

 

My rating - 4.0 out of 5.0

 


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Comments

2015-09-03 09:02:13 - J Kahele
Welcome :)
2015-09-03 08:41:09 - Scott
Thanks for the book review!
2015-09-03 05:39:32 - J Kahele
Welcome :)
2015-09-03 04:37:55 - Victoria Zumbrum
Thank you for the Review and for participating in the Tour. Victoria at My Family's Heart
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