I love sharing pretties, especially when it means I'll be getting to see the inside soon too. I absolutely loved Blue Shift by Jane O'Reilly, so I'm really excited about Deep Blue, book two in The Second Species Trilogy.
Date: 27th September 2188.
Vessel: The Alcatraz 2. Prison Ship
Jinnifer Blue opens her eyes to find herself in a ship that is the source of her darkest nightmares. Her plan to expose the horrific truth behind the government's secret Second Species programme has failed, and now she's being turned into a weapon by her worst enemy . . . her mother.
At the other end of the galaxy Caspian Dax, ferocious space pirate and Jinn's sometime lover, is facing an even more terrifying fate. He's being forced to fight in the arena on Sittan, a pitiless, ruthless alien landscape where blood is the only prize that matters. They will use him, destroy him, change him.
Jinn has only one chance - to go to Sittan and find Dax before his mind is completely des...
In a book world where you look for your next read and the current genre trend, and covers that all seem the same, are constantly recommended to you, I had a yearning for something to spark interest, something a bit individual. I like choice and I like to be different, so when Blue Shift caught my attention I knew I had to read it. And it's pretty funny that the plot is based on the characters not conforming to the worlds rules and regulations (yes, worlds) that they live on, or in this case, around. So read on and maybe you'll be tempted into a rebellion of your own!
2187: Earth is cold, dead and divided.
The rich hide away while the rest will do anything to survive. Humanity have only one hope: reaching a habitable planet. But getting there means travelling in large numbers through alien-held space, something that's almost impossible. Yet for some, fighting their way through space is just a way of life . . .
Jinnifer Blue is a rich girl on the run. An expert pilot, she apprehends crimina...