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Song of Scarabaeus - Sara Creasy
Song of Scarabaeus
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Trained since childhood in advanced biocyph seed technology by the all-powerful Crib empire, Edie's mission is to terraform alien worlds while her masters bleed the outlawed Fringe populations dry. When renegade mercenaries kidnap Edie, she's not entirely sure it's a bad thing . . . until they... show more
Trained since childhood in advanced biocyph seed technology by the all-powerful Crib empire, Edie's mission is to terraform alien worlds while her masters bleed the outlawed Fringe populations dry. When renegade mercenaries kidnap Edie, she's not entirely sure it's a bad thing . . . until they leash her to a bodyguard, Finn—a former freedom fighter-turned-slave, beaten down but never broken. If Edie strays from Finn's side, he dies. If she doesn't cooperate, the pirates will kill them both. But Edie's abilities far surpass anything her enemies imagine. And now, with Finn as her only ally as the merciless Crib closes in, she'll have to prove it or die on the site of her only failure . . . a world called Scarabaeus.
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Format: mass market paperback
ASIN: B00A1ACLGK
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
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4.0 REVIEW: Song of Scarabaeus (Scarabaeus, #1)
I don't think of Song of Scarabaeus as a *memorable* book, per say, but it is definitely a very, very enjoyable one. I zipped through it in less than 24 hours, and just couldn't put it down. It had action, suspense, and romance, and never seemed to suffer from any slow or dragging moments. Essential...
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