Read Only Wednesday is when I feature a book I'm reading, about to read, or that I'm putting on my TBR pile or wishlist. This week it's book four of Girl from Above: Trust by Pippa DaCosta. While I've had serious issues with the 'hero' - the first two books only garnered 4* ratings despite the excellent writing because I cannot stand the jerk - but the third book won a full 5* rating from me. You can check out the reviews HERE.
So it's not really much of a surprise that I'm excited for book four. Amazon is stating a 2nd April release date though I've heard rumours it will be earlier than that. In the meantime, it's up for pre-order HERE.
“I didn’t sign up to die a hero.” ~ Caleb.
Chen Hung closes in.
The nine systems hang perilously close to a second fatal Blackout.
Billions of lives are at stake.
Does Captain Caleb Shepperd have what it takes to save the nine systems, or just himself?
Caleb never wanted to be a hero. That was his brother’s dream. Keep it simple, get away clean. Flying a ship packed with explosives into Janus orbit station isn’t simple, and there ain’t no way he’s getting away clean.
He knows the Fenrir Nine have sent him on a suicide mission, but he’s not about to lay down his life for them. He’s not a hero, and he sure ain’t no fool despite what the Nine must think. There’s another way, he just has to figure it out before the bomb he’s carrying ticks down to zero.
One survived; against the odds, the brutality, and the betrayal, she survived, but inside, in the part of her that’s real, she’s broken. Broken in ways that cannot be fixed.
She’s going back to where it all began, to Janus—to Chitec, to the ‘man’ who made her. It will take all that she is, all that she was, and all that she could be, to save the nine systems from the synthetics.
She will not fail.
“I am One, and I cannot be stopped.”
Girl From Above 1: Betrayal
Girl From Above 2: Escape
Girl From Above 3: Trapped
Girl From Above 4: Trust
WARNING: 18+ only. Adult content. Including sex, drug use, violence, & swearing.
Genre: Science fiction, space opera.
Novel length: 46,000 words - Approximately 160 Kindle pages.
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