Without A Front - The Producer's Challenge
When the Voloth invaded Alsea, Lancer Andira Tal thought the hard part would be fighting off a technologically advanced army. It wasn’t. In the aftermath of war, Alsean society is deeply divided and Tal is facing issues no Lancer has ever dealt with before. How to rebuild, what to do with the... show more
When the Voloth invaded Alsea, Lancer Andira Tal thought the hard part would be fighting off a technologically advanced army.
It wasn’t. In the aftermath of war, Alsean society is deeply divided and Tal is facing issues no Lancer has ever dealt with before. How to rebuild, what to do with the Voloth prisoners, when and how to release the new technologies—the pressure is building and Tal is showing cracks, which her enemies are glad to exploit.
The most divisive of the new technologies are the matter printers, desired by some castes and feared by others, especially the producers. When a challenge gives Tal the opportunity to bring the producers to her side, she leaves the capital to work in the fields of Hol-Opah. There she finds an unexpected sanctuary—and the promise of something she has wished for all her life.
But sanctuary and dreams are distractions, and Tal’s inattention may cost her everything.
Length: approx. 140,000 words
Themes: lesbian, Science fiction
Publish date: 2015-10-15
Publisher: Ylva Publishing
Pages no: 370
Edition language: English
Series: Chronicles of Alsea (#2)
So. "The Caphenon" was no fluke for Ms Delancey and reading this book was frustrating only in the sense that I was busy and could not devour the story as I wished.World building: She's done the creating with zeal and seemingly has thought of everything when it comes to describing a world that is sim...
When I heard that this book was not very different from the original fanfic version and I had read that already, I thought to myself I was going to skip this for now and at least wait for the last book to come out before starting on this one. But dang, a few pages in and I was hooked, lol. I couldn'...
This novel is indeed the lull before the storm!It's not even an entire book; it's just a half. 1176 pages of the free version are challenging, but still I'm quite tempted to download it to go on with the story immediately! How on earth am I supposed to survive six weeks leaving everything in such a ...
I loved this book. I was lucky enough to proofread it but don't feel any ownership in the story or production so I feel like I'm able to review it without bias. This one has a much different feel than [book:The Caphenon|23201282]. Where that book's fight scenes and drama were pretty intense, this ...