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Title: King of Thieves
Series: Odyssey One: Star Rogue
Author: Evan Currie
Rating: 4 of 5 Battle Axes
Now that earth has survived the drasin, humanity has regrouped and is sending out patrols to search for other drasin strongholds so they can send in the big guns to take care of them.
Captain Passer and crew are one such patrol. What they find is something even more important than the drasin and potentially just as deadly.
“That’s no moon. It’s a space station.”
When this was released on Netgalley back in February, there was NO indication that it was the sequel to the Odyssey One series. Now if you go to the amazon page, the series is listed as Odyssey One: Star Rogue. It is things like that that keep me from considering Currie as a serious author. Even while I enjoy his books.
With that out of the way…
Thoroughly enjoyed this adventure story. Space marines fighting dragons on an artificial moon that is invisible, can see all through the galaxy AND can act as a super duper magnifying glass for a star’s energy.
Just fun military sf, plain and simple.