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Tammy Salyer
Tammy is an inveterate verbarian who spends her day surrounded by the written word, both hers and others'. As an ex-paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division, her stories are often as gritty as a grunt's pile of three-week-old field gear. Her military science fiction novel Contract of Defiance... show more

Tammy is an inveterate verbarian who spends her day surrounded by the written word, both hers and others'. As an ex-paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division, her stories are often as gritty as a grunt's pile of three-week-old field gear. Her military science fiction novel Contract of Defiance is the first book in the Spectras Arise trilogy and debuted to acclaim in Spring 2012. Contract of Betrayal is the second in the trilogy, and the final book, Contract of War, completes it. When not hunched like a Morlock over her writing desk, Tammy runs and bikes silly miles in the playground of Southern California and spends an inappropriate amount of time watching Henry Rollins videos on YouTube. Feel free to visit her blog {www.tammysalyer.com} and sign up for her newsletter {http://eepurl.com/Trzh1} to be the first to know of contests, new releases, and special events you might enjoy, or stop by and say hi on Twitter @TammySalyer.She hopes you enjoy reading her works and welcomes your reviews.
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Article 94
Article 94 rated it 4 years ago
I love a good space opera. Tammy Salyer combines that with a dystopian totalitarian government akin to the Union of Allied Planets from the awesome TV series, Firefly.The pacing is tense, and scenes are described so perfectly, I felt as if I was watching a TV series. The protagonist did lean toward ...
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Sassapphras rated it 6 years ago
I have to admit, this installment didn't really do it for me. By 50% I knew I wasn't going to be happy with it, and by 75% I was rushing to finish.I wasn't very impressed with Aly's character. She was naïve, and unwilling to even look at the truth if it produced a less than desirable outcome. And...
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Sassapphras rated it 6 years ago
I really liked this one. It was easy to read and was fast-paced with a lot of action. And I love how tough Aly is.There are a lot of books I put down (published and indie) because the writing is awful. I am so absolutely excited to find an author who knows how to write. I don't think there was e...
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