Sarah A. Hoyt
Publish date: January 5th 2010
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Darkship (#1)
AudiobookI really enjoyed this book. I had tried to read it but a Goodreader stated that this really wasn't a sci-fi romance book and that was what I was in the mood for, so I stopped reading it. It was on sale at Audible so I gave it another try.Yes it is a sci-fi romance! The romance doesn't start...
This is the second science fiction book I've had to DNF in less than a week due to stomach-turning ableism. I mean, not that that's the only problem. There's some misogyny vaguely disguised as pseudo-feminism, fucktons of gender essentialism, some mind-boggling Libertarian-esque politics that mak...
Who wants to be blessed with the name Athena Hera Sinistra? Quite the mouthful. And so much heritage to live up to. I mean seriously . . . Athena? Hera? AND Sinistra?At any rate . . . This is an intriguing story with some fascinating ideas. The story begins with Thena sleeping as she travels with he...
Reading a lot of Bujold lately put me in the mood for something in the same vein, and unfortunately everything's falling way too short for my Bujold-refined standards.The start of this book is full of adrenaline, highly pacey, with Athena's dramatic escape from her father's ship. I didn't particula...
There was a lot of things going for DarkShip Thieves and a lot of things not. While she rubbed me wrong initially, Thena eventually sucked me in and I enjoyed seeing her world through her eyes. I liked the different ideas that Hoyt had as to what a future earth would look like. The romance was fanta...