A mysterious distress call draws the crew of the Hermes to what appears to be an empty, drifting ship. Empty that is, except for the blood and gore-spattered corridors and one lone survivor locked in a holding cell. Drawn to the handsome, traumatized man, the crew's comm officer, Isaac Ozawa,... show more
A mysterious distress call draws the crew of the Hermes to what appears to be an empty, drifting ship. Empty that is, except for the blood and gore-spattered corridors and one lone survivor locked in a holding cell. Drawn to the handsome, traumatized man, the crew's comm officer, Isaac Ozawa, makes Turk his personal responsibility, offering him the kindness and warmth he needs after the horror he experienced. Turk longs for Isaac, a desperate, hopeless ache he knows he'll always carry with him. But Turk harbors dangerous secrets, his brain a military experiment gone wrong. When an amoral, power-hungry admiral kidnaps Isaac and uses him to convince Turk to become the cataclysmic weapon he's hungered for, it will take Turk's strength, the ingenuity of the Hermes crew, the help of the enigmatic Drak'tar, and Isaac's own stubborn will to save them.
Publish date: April 28th 2012
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Pages no: 596
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Adult Fiction
, M M Romance
My first review got eaten *sigh*So this was very good. I fell in love with the characters immediately. The writing was good, very technical. If you like SciFi, space travel and tech-speak, this is the book for you. The romance was almost secondary to the rest of the plot, which involved dirty go...
3.5 stars, but I LOVED it! Go figure :) I like it when mental powers/technology don't run over human interaction. Unfortunately it almost happened here with Turk's abilities. That aside it was perfect.
Tricked. Bamboozled, I tell you. *grunts* The beginning of this book is so dark and gritty that I felt a delightful shiver rundown my spine. The numbers and symbols flashing across his internal display didn't keep him from seeing the gore strewn about the corridors, as if some gruesome human abatt...
4.5 rounded up to five because this would be a great start to a great series featuring supporting characters in their own stories.
This was an interested sci-fi read. It's wasn't my typical read, so it was a bit strange in the beginning, but I was soon enthralled by the story. The book won't be for everyone, but I think fans of science fiction and aliens will love this. People who enjoy reading sweet romances and can read anyth...