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Dark Space PDF, ePub eBook TRAPPED AND HUNTED! Shortly after her trial on New Venus, Zyra Zanr is captured by a team of rival bounty hunters and brought aboard their ship, the Lilith. They intend to take her to the planet Sojo, home of a powerful crime boss who nurses a grievance against her. Zyra fears for her life, knowing death awaits her at the end of the journey. Can Zyra escape her impending doo TRAPPED AND HUNTED! Shortly after her trial on New Venus, Zyra Zanr is captured by a team of rival bounty hunters and brought aboard their ship, the Lilith. They intend to take her to the planet Sojo, home of a powerful crime boss who nurses a grievance against her. Zyra fears for her life, knowing death awaits her at the end of the journey. Can Zyra escape her impending doom? Or will her captors' seething hatred for her result in her ultimate demise? To survive what's coming her way, Zyra will have to turn the table on the Lilith's crew and show them why she is the most feared bounty hunter in the galaxy.

30 review for Dark Space

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kevis Hendrickson

    Looking forward to the release of this book. I've been working on the reboot of this series for years. Got my fingers crossed that this book will show readers that the wait has been worth it.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Red Lace Reviews

    Zyra Zanr's in a lot of trouble when Helship II is bested by an unknown ship. Much to her dismay, her time as the most lucrative and notorious bounty hunter comes to an abrupt halt, when instead of being the hunter, she becomes the hunted. Captured and aboard the Lillith, Zyra must somehow escape the clutches of a rival gang - one that make their hatred for her no secret. (WARNING: This review contains spoilers.) If it's one thing I love, it's intelligent protagonists. All too often, certainly mor Zyra Zanr's in a lot of trouble when Helship II is bested by an unknown ship. Much to her dismay, her time as the most lucrative and notorious bounty hunter comes to an abrupt halt, when instead of being the hunter, she becomes the hunted. Captured and aboard the Lillith, Zyra must somehow escape the clutches of a rival gang - one that make their hatred for her no secret. (WARNING: This review contains spoilers.) If it's one thing I love, it's intelligent protagonists. All too often, certainly more often than I'd like, main characters outright refuse to use their brain, and it infuriates me. This leans more toward female leads, as for some reason being "tough" usually means that they can't keep their trap shut; mouthing off at everyone and everything, usually making their predicament ten times worse. This is where I have to give credit to Hendrickson, as Zyra's not stupid. She was well aware of who had the upper hand, that is, until she gained the advantage. This was a satisfying change from the first book in the series (Rogue Hunter is currently five instalments long, with four more planned), as she often gave in to her impulsive tendencies. The obvious progression of her character was something I favoured, as I find characters that learn from mistakes to be less predictable and more engaging. Similar to Inquest, there were very little people on Zyra's side; most needed serious anger management, and perhaps a lesson or two in empathy. The aspect of bounty hunting was further delved into, and the ugliness of it wasn't shied away from - on the contrary, as rather than being even remotely glamorous, the team had a difficult time merely getting by. Their struggle did nothing to warm me to them, however, as their actions were nothing short of detestable. The torture they inflicted upon Zyra was horrific, and perhaps even a little reckless considering she was wanted alive. I wanted to think better of Drake; a seasoned hunter, he had to act the adult amongst his bickering subordinates, yet he wasn't much better in the scheme of things. They truly were a dysfunctional group of people that were pathetic in terms of professionalism. Despite everything that happened to Zyra, she was still able to turn it around. This made me wonder about her, and if her incredible knack for survival was intentionally far-fetched. The extent of her wounds were stated to be pretty severe, so much so that she was apparently on the verge of death. I know one of the rumours about her was that she wasn't entirely human, and I began to contemplate that possibility more and more. It went beyond mere skill, when she was able to successfully out-best the entire crew whilst dealing with that amount of injury. It could be that I'm wrong, though, and she's just that good. If that's the case, I'd thus consider her to be a tad unrealistic. One thing I didn't quite understand, was the self-destruct mechanism on the ship. It seemed convenient only for the plot, however I suppose the ship itself was an earlier acquisition and had a prior function, so obviously certain features would've been left over from that. It's too bad the time limit it issued was less exciting than it should've been, because Zyra wasn't going to die - she's the main character and has natural plot armour. I'm glad Logos made it, though, and I wonder if he's going to be present in future books. In conclusion - Zyra's quickly becoming a favourite of mine. Hendrickson does a great job in creating a brutal universe where everyone's out only for themselves. I can't wait to see where Zyra ends up next! Notable Scene: Drake was playing with fire. His every taunt stoked the flames in her heart, raising the heat within her to explosive heights. Zyra trembled, unable to check her rising anger at the pitiful sight of Logos. If Drake touched another hair on Logos' head, she would make him suffer. © Red Lace 2018 Wordpress ~ Booklikes ~ Twitter

  3. 5 out of 5

    Gabriel Boutros

    I received a free copy of this book for an honest, non-reciprocal review. Dark Space is the second book in the Rogue Hunter series, the story of beautiful but deadly bounty hunter named Zyra Zanr, who first appeared in Inquest. Not having read the first book of the series I was worried that I’d have difficulty following what was happening here, which would make reviewing it, and enjoying it, difficult. But there was no need to worry, as Dark Space works great as a stand-alone. The book uses a mi I received a free copy of this book for an honest, non-reciprocal review. Dark Space is the second book in the Rogue Hunter series, the story of beautiful but deadly bounty hunter named Zyra Zanr, who first appeared in Inquest. Not having read the first book of the series I was worried that I’d have difficulty following what was happening here, which would make reviewing it, and enjoying it, difficult. But there was no need to worry, as Dark Space works great as a stand-alone. The book uses a minimal amount of exposition and back story to introduce the characters, whose relationships and motivations are revealed as the story unfolds. Within the first few pages I realized there was no need to worry about what I may have missed from the first book, and found myself enjoying this one. This book begins with a group of bounty hunters who capture Zanr and hold her prisoner aboard their spaceship. It seems that she reneged on the repayment of a huge debt to some sort of galactic loan shark, who has decided to make an example of her and put a bounty on her head. As they’re bringing her back to collect their pay we are shown how the stress of spending months together out in space can get to people, with the ship’s crew constantly fighting and bickering. These characters are quite well-drawn, given good and bad sides, strengths and weaknesses. And, while we get to see their human sides, we soon find out that they are also able to brutally torture their prisoner in order to punish an escape attempt. Unfortunately for them they have to keep her alive to collect their bounty, because she soon turns the tables on them and begin stalking them on their own ship. Very quickly the story turns into a blood-filled game of cat and mouse between Zyra and the crew. It is very hard to know who the good guys are here, as everybody, including the book’s heroine, displays some real barbarism, which was sometimes jarring, but never boring. It’s full of great tough guy dialogue spouted by macho characters, including the many women on the ship who are just as tough, if not tougher, than their male counterparts. Minor rant and spoiler alert: For some reason the bounty hunters’ ship has a self-destruct mechanism on it. When I read that I wanted to scream: WHY??? Of course this is a great device to create tension and suspense in the story, but there is absolutely no reason for such a thing to even exist. Are there planes flying in the sky right now which have self-destruct sequences? Are there ships on the sea that are ready to sink on a moment’s notice? So why do sci-fi writers think that once ships start travelling in space that a “countdown to self-destruction mechanism” is de rigeur? It’s enough to make me pull my hair. But not enough to stop me from recommending this fast-paced space actioner that had me turning the pages late into the night.

  4. 5 out of 5

    TDCbookreviews

    Zyra is at it again in the second book of the series, it picked right up from the first book and it was easy to sink back into her world. What surprised me is that she actually became the hunted one! This book had more action than the first book and you could tell that Zyra had become more mature if that makes sense? Book Blurb: Shortly after her trial on New Venus, Zyra Zanr is captured by a team of rival bounty hunters and brought aboard their ship, the Lilith. They intend to take her to the pl Zyra is at it again in the second book of the series, it picked right up from the first book and it was easy to sink back into her world. What surprised me is that she actually became the hunted one! This book had more action than the first book and you could tell that Zyra had become more mature if that makes sense? Book Blurb: Shortly after her trial on New Venus, Zyra Zanr is captured by a team of rival bounty hunters and brought aboard their ship, the Lilith. They intend to take her to the planet Sojo, home of a powerful crime boss who nurses a grievance against her. Zyra fears for her life, knowing death awaits her at the end of the journey. Can Zyra escape her impending doom? Or will her captors' seething hatred for her result in her ultimate demise? To survive what's coming her way, Zyra will have to turn the table on the Lilith's crew and show them why she is the most feared bounty hunter in the galaxy.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Hemant Jadhav

    When comparing the art of movie making versus writing books, a movie is far more multi dimensional. The advantage in movie making is that you can take an ordinary story and elevate it to Oscar category with great direction, editing, photography, acting. On the other hand, to elevate a simple story into an entertaining book, the author must possess great skill in telling the story well. And that is precisely where Kevis Hendrickson scores a 10/10. Normally, a reader takes a few chapters, to get a When comparing the art of movie making versus writing books, a movie is far more multi dimensional. The advantage in movie making is that you can take an ordinary story and elevate it to Oscar category with great direction, editing, photography, acting. On the other hand, to elevate a simple story into an entertaining book, the author must possess great skill in telling the story well. And that is precisely where Kevis Hendrickson scores a 10/10. Normally, a reader takes a few chapters, to get a grip on the rules devised by the author which govern his imaginary world. Not so in Rogue Hunter, one connects immediately with the cast of characters and story line, right from the very first page. One of the reasons for the instant connect is the language used, the one we encounter everyday in the good ole U.S. of A. The other noteworthy aspect is; that it is tremendously challenging to keep the readers interest pegged, if the book sticks to just one location, like somebody writing about what happens in a small town. I guess it is even more challenging, if one were to write a story where the plot unravels from beginning to end, within just one house. The challenge ratchets up, when you stick to a rickety space ship, out somewhere in the galaxy because the author is faced with the stiff challenge of making his cast of characters very interesting. Also, the plotting has to be good enough to maintain the pace of the novel. All the characters in Rogue hunter are just that, ‘characters’ with quirky streaks, who display eccentric behavior, which keeps the reader riveted to the story line. The action is fast n furious and well balanced, not too much nor too less. Emotions too are well reigned, not once do they threaten to spill over the top. Over all, Rogue Hunter is a well knit story and it keeps the reader entertained, from beginning to end.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Darlene

    I read this book as a Beta reader- the book is titled "Dark Space" as it take place in space. There are bounty hunters after bounty hunters. And of one such bounty hunter names Zynra, well lets just say that the bad hunters caught her. She makes a friend a young boy aboard ship. that the other bountys think are trouble and don't want him around. Now I really can't give to much more info about this story -see if I did then you wouldn't read Kevis book. You really need to. The story really is a na I read this book as a Beta reader- the book is titled "Dark Space" as it take place in space. There are bounty hunters after bounty hunters. And of one such bounty hunter names Zynra, well lets just say that the bad hunters caught her. She makes a friend a young boy aboard ship. that the other bountys think are trouble and don't want him around. Now I really can't give to much more info about this story -see if I did then you wouldn't read Kevis book. You really need to. The story really is a nail biter. Once you start reading it you can't put it down. This book is truly an awesome Sci-fi!!! I look forward to reading more of Kevis Henrickson's books. I am so glad that I got to read this book. I rated this book a 5 star however, if I could I would rate it at least a 10 star. Awesome, Amazing!!! Characters are beleivable, the setting- and the time everything makes you believe that you are there with them...

  7. 5 out of 5

    Michael Gardner

    Rogue Hunter: Dark Space is the second book in the series about galactic bounty hunter Zyra Zanr. I haven’t read the first novel, but it’s quite clear Zyra doesn’t have many friends. In this episode, she is on the wrong end of the bounty hunter’s gun (and boot, knuckle dusters, sword, and well... pretty much everything else that can be used as a weapon). RH:DS has a straight shooting plot. Girl is captured and locked in a cage. Girl happens to be bad-ass. Girl gets out of the cage. Girl opens up Rogue Hunter: Dark Space is the second book in the series about galactic bounty hunter Zyra Zanr. I haven’t read the first novel, but it’s quite clear Zyra doesn’t have many friends. In this episode, she is on the wrong end of the bounty hunter’s gun (and boot, knuckle dusters, sword, and well... pretty much everything else that can be used as a weapon). RH:DS has a straight shooting plot. Girl is captured and locked in a cage. Girl happens to be bad-ass. Girl gets out of the cage. Girl opens up a can of whoop-ass on said captors. The best analogy I can think of to describe the plot is the movie Alien in reverse, where the heroine is the alien, and the crew of the Lilith are the eventual cannon fodder. What’s intriguing is the blurring of traditional character types, particularly in the first half of the book. Being unfamiliar with the series, I wasn't immediately sure if Zyra was meant to be the protagonist or not. Drake, the leader of the bounty hunter crew that captures Zyra, is painted to be the antagonist in the opening chapter, but we soon find out he’s just trying to keep his crew together and make ends meet. A horrific torture scene soon clears up any confusion. What is done to Zyra at Drake’s hand makes the worst torture scene from a James Bond novel look like your grandma’s tea party. Oddly enough, without it, Drake actually has some sympathetic qualities. Kevis Hendrickson’s aspirations to be a filmmaker show in this novel. It has a strong cinematic style. He describes the people shut in a metal box, grimy, claustrophobic setting well. Everything has a hot, dirty, cramped feeling about it. The technology is functional and lived in. It has more of a feeling of a WWII submarine than the bridge of the Enterprise. The editorial work gives RH:DS a big tick. It's very polished. Coming into the series at book two, and even though it stands alone, I would have liked to have read Inquest first. As Zyra spends the first half of the book in a cage, then the second half lying in ambush for the crew of the Lilith, there isn’t much time to get to know her other than being a lean mean killing machine. I think I would have enjoyed this book more and rated it higher if I’d read Inquest first, but Rogue Hunter fans are sure to have a butt-kicking good time.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Krista (CubicleBlindness Reviews)

    This story takes place upon the ship in which Zyra is being held captive. We get the story from several different perspectives from the crew of 8 and Zyra herself. What I have come to love about Kevis' writing is the portrayal of the characters. They become real to us, the book turned out to be a super fast read and was over before I was ready. As we are introduced to the characters we immediately get who they are. It comes about in their actions and dialogue. As this story includes several cha This story takes place upon the ship in which Zyra is being held captive. We get the story from several different perspectives from the crew of 8 and Zyra herself. What I have come to love about Kevis' writing is the portrayal of the characters. They become real to us, the book turned out to be a super fast read and was over before I was ready. As we are introduced to the characters we immediately get who they are. It comes about in their actions and dialogue. As this story includes several characters and we get to follow each of them to some extent separately. It feels as if I got to know each one of their characteristics even though it was such a short time. There is a lot of sexual frustration happening upon this ship as well. The closeness of these few members and being together for such a long time is obviously weighing on them and their relationships with each other. When Zyra takes some power of her own, the loss of the characters is really sad to deal with and I really wanted to know more about them and their cultures. Perhaps the only negative thing about this story is that it wasn't long enough! It takes place in a very small place, hiding and fighting and who exactly is in charge of the ship all play major rolls. With a handful of characters I do wish that I got to know more about each of them outside of the ship. My favorite character of all would have to be Zyra herself. She is a super strong female lead role that we get to experience both the strong and the vulnerable side of her. The writing is very smooth and can easily be imagined on the big screen. So far each book has just been a part of the story and leaves plenty to the imagination of where the story could go next.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I also read and reviewed the first book in this series, Inquest. We join our favorite deep space bounty hunter, Zyra Zanr, soon after the events in the first book, Inquest. In an ironic twist, she's been captured by a team of bounty hunters who want to turn her in for a hefty profit with not a care for the inevitable outcome Zyra will face- certain gruesome death. But it's not going to be easy turning this mark in. Espec Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I also read and reviewed the first book in this series, Inquest. We join our favorite deep space bounty hunter, Zyra Zanr, soon after the events in the first book, Inquest. In an ironic twist, she's been captured by a team of bounty hunters who want to turn her in for a hefty profit with not a care for the inevitable outcome Zyra will face- certain gruesome death. But it's not going to be easy turning this mark in. Especially after a violent beat-down that will seal the fate of every man and woman on board the dilapidated ship, Lilith. This adventure takes place entirely in space. It's a tale of revenge and therefore is much darker and nastier than the first book as we get a look at the kind of experiences that Zyra faces and how she struggles to survive. You'll get to see how each decision, past and present, has a consequence and how every choice changes her. You don't have to read the first book to enjoy this one, I think, but it will help to get an understanding of some of the references that lead up to Zyra's capture (and the intense hatred by one of her captors). I would highly recommend this book to lovers of sci-fi, urban fantasy, and overall readers of a dark, well-written novel.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Joe Hinojosa

    In Dark Space, the second book of the Rogue Hunter series, we follow Zyra Zanr, a beautiful, though dangerous bounty hunter. She is the most famous and feared hunter in the known universe, and as such made many powerful enemies. One who she crossed, a crime boss to whom she owes a considerable amount of money, a loan that she never repaid, put a price on her head. The hunter becomes the prey. I liked the book. I followed along, wanting to know how Zyra would escape, or if she would. I had to know In Dark Space, the second book of the Rogue Hunter series, we follow Zyra Zanr, a beautiful, though dangerous bounty hunter. She is the most famous and feared hunter in the known universe, and as such made many powerful enemies. One who she crossed, a crime boss to whom she owes a considerable amount of money, a loan that she never repaid, put a price on her head. The hunter becomes the prey. I liked the book. I followed along, wanting to know how Zyra would escape, or if she would. I had to know who would survive, if anyone. I was engaged, and thankfully the story was not filled with a bunch of technobabble, whose use sometimes gets in the way of the story. Yes, they are on a space ship in deep space, but it’s only the setting of the novel. The drama comes from the interplay between characters, although the ship does serve the story beautifully. My opinion is that this book is definitely worth reading, especially if you are into sci/fi and action. There’s enough action to satisfy the casual reader, with blood and gore in the right mix. It’s not over the top, but enough to highlight the danger they are all in. Kevis certainly wrote an entertaining story. Excerpt from my blog. Read the full review at http://joehinojosa.com/2013/12/02/boo...

  11. 4 out of 5

    LadyCroft86

    This Rogue Hunter book was not quite as good as Inquest. Too much with the bounty hunters that catch Zyra and less of Zyra having adventures and kicking ass. She does kick ass but it's not quite the same. I enjoyed the action scenes and everything was written really well. I'm not sure if the character building with the bounty hunters is designed to make you dislike them or if they are supposed to be genuine characters. Most of the scenes with the bounty hunters just added to my wish to see them This Rogue Hunter book was not quite as good as Inquest. Too much with the bounty hunters that catch Zyra and less of Zyra having adventures and kicking ass. She does kick ass but it's not quite the same. I enjoyed the action scenes and everything was written really well. I'm not sure if the character building with the bounty hunters is designed to make you dislike them or if they are supposed to be genuine characters. Most of the scenes with the bounty hunters just added to my wish to see them get killed for what they did to Zyra. I just kept waiting for Zyra to show up and the story to get moving. The story while good, was a little slow moving for me. I wanted to see mostly Zyra and her adventures and this book is mostly about the bounty hunters and their struggles with Zyra as their captive. Although Zyra does show up, it didn't feel like enough happened to merit a whole book. It would have been exciting to see Zyra get captured, kick ass, escape and then go to Murphy and kick his ass or something to wrap up that whole business. It just needs something a little more to make the plot really good. Overall, I am giving the book a 3.5/5 stars. I really like Zyra and I am excited to read more of her space adventures.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Carien

    This is a cool read. The previous book in this series was an enjoyable read, but had some awkward writing from time to time. Rogue Hunter: Dark Space doesn't have that problem. It's pleasantly written, and the story flows from action to dialogue and back without any hiccups. The story itself is full of action and suspense. Zyra is trapped on a space ship, and is being hunted, or is she the one hunting? The tables get turned on both Zyra and her captors from time to time, keeping you guessing who w This is a cool read. The previous book in this series was an enjoyable read, but had some awkward writing from time to time. Rogue Hunter: Dark Space doesn't have that problem. It's pleasantly written, and the story flows from action to dialogue and back without any hiccups. The story itself is full of action and suspense. Zyra is trapped on a space ship, and is being hunted, or is she the one hunting? The tables get turned on both Zyra and her captors from time to time, keeping you guessing who will come out the victor. I liked you got to know the crew of the Lilith, so you can relate to both them and to Zyra, making it hard to know who to root for at times. I must say it reminded me of the Alien movies a bit. The way death could lurk at every corner. I think this story would work very well as a movie itself as well. The story ends with another cliffhanger, and I must say i'm very curious what will be next. All in all this is a very entertaining SciFi adventure and I'm keeping an eye out for what else Hendrickson will write in this series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Vicki Wilson

    What a ride. Zyra has a price on her head, and is captured by the crew of the Lilith. Drake and his crew will do everything in their power to deliver Zyra to crime boss Murphy, and claim the bounty on Zyra's head. But then this in Zyra Zanr, and things are never that simple when you cross her path. She unexpectedly finds a friend where she thought she had none, and a game of cat and mouse ensues onboard the Lilith. This book is action packed, thrilling and fast paced. I could quite easily see thi What a ride. Zyra has a price on her head, and is captured by the crew of the Lilith. Drake and his crew will do everything in their power to deliver Zyra to crime boss Murphy, and claim the bounty on Zyra's head. But then this in Zyra Zanr, and things are never that simple when you cross her path. She unexpectedly finds a friend where she thought she had none, and a game of cat and mouse ensues onboard the Lilith. This book is action packed, thrilling and fast paced. I could quite easily see this book as a movie. The author's descriptions are vivid, and Kevis Hendrickson has the ability to suck you into his world, to the point where you need time to catch your breath. His characters are all given the same attention, each with their very own personalities and quirks. Ultimately Zyra is the life blood of this read, and boy, she does not hold her punches. Zyra most definitely is the ultimate survivor. I recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of Space Opera and even to those who aren't. This is a story of strength, beating the odds, survival and friendship found.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Wendy Hines

    Last year, I read the first book in the Rogue Hunter series, Inquest. I liked it and found it enjoyable. But, Rogue Hunter: Dark Space took things to a whole other level. Bad this enough that Zyra gets captured, but she's also tortured and Hendrickson doesn't pull any punches, pulling the reader into every nail-biting scene. Howver, Zyra is fighting for her life and the best way she knows how to do that is to fight back. When that happens, everyone must watch out because no one is safe from her Last year, I read the first book in the Rogue Hunter series, Inquest. I liked it and found it enjoyable. But, Rogue Hunter: Dark Space took things to a whole other level. Bad this enough that Zyra gets captured, but she's also tortured and Hendrickson doesn't pull any punches, pulling the reader into every nail-biting scene. Howver, Zyra is fighting for her life and the best way she knows how to do that is to fight back. When that happens, everyone must watch out because no one is safe from her determination to live. I could almost see the scenes playing out in my mind, they are so vividly detailed and the writing just draws you in into their world. Not only is the novel set on a space ship, but the action is keen and the writing top-notch. If you enjoy action-packed sci-fy novels, pick up this series. Dark Space can be read as a standalone, but I'd urge you to pick up the first book so you can enjoy the whole experience.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Star

    ‘Rogue Hunter: Dark Space’ is the second book in the revitalized Rogue Hunter series starring galactic bounty hunter Zyra Zanr. Note to readers: there are graphic scenes and strong language. Zyra has found herself captured by rival bounty hunters and once she finds herself out of the cage, she’s now hunting her captors. ‘Rogue Hunter: Dark Space’ has a strong plot, solid characters, and a bold cinematic style. I could definitely see this whole series becoming a movie franchise. Once again hittin ‘Rogue Hunter: Dark Space’ is the second book in the revitalized Rogue Hunter series starring galactic bounty hunter Zyra Zanr. Note to readers: there are graphic scenes and strong language. Zyra has found herself captured by rival bounty hunters and once she finds herself out of the cage, she’s now hunting her captors. ‘Rogue Hunter: Dark Space’ has a strong plot, solid characters, and a bold cinematic style. I could definitely see this whole series becoming a movie franchise. Once again hitting home how intrinsically strong Zyra is (along with being a true bad-ass), ‘Rogue Hunter: Dark Space’ will have you on the edge of your seat from the very first scene! Rogue Hunter series: Inquest (1), Dark Space (2)

  16. 5 out of 5

    gabrielle

    An interesting read, but I loved the characters! Full review: http://iamfandom.blogspot.com/2013/09...

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kathryn Parry

    Brutal and fast paced action that will keep you glued to the page.

  18. 4 out of 5

    A.C. Thompson

    I received this book as a free ebook from The Source here on Goodreads. I only made it 63 pages into this one before I had to relegate it to my dnf (Did Not Finish) shelf. The first chapter was great, and actually had some action in it that made the promise of a great space adventure. I found it was all downhill from there. The characters were unbelievable and empty, supposedly being hardcore adrenaline-junkie bounty hunters that brave the emptiness of space to cash in and become rich, but all I I received this book as a free ebook from The Source here on Goodreads. I only made it 63 pages into this one before I had to relegate it to my dnf (Did Not Finish) shelf. The first chapter was great, and actually had some action in it that made the promise of a great space adventure. I found it was all downhill from there. The characters were unbelievable and empty, supposedly being hardcore adrenaline-junkie bounty hunters that brave the emptiness of space to cash in and become rich, but all I saw were puffed up wanna-bes that just sit around wishing they could have sex with each other and talking about how wonderful they thought they were. Oh, yeah, and beating one another senseless to prove who was the toughest of them all. Since I couldn't stomach any more of these empty scarecrows bragging about how great they were, I have to give this one a lowly rating of one star. This is really too bad, because the writing was so good through the first chapter, the editing seemed to be first rate, and the book's cover is one of the best I've seen from any indie offering thus far. Disappointing, to say the least. This review is also posted on Amazon. Until next time, stay safe, and above all, be true to yourself. That Aaron Guy

  19. 5 out of 5

    M.K. Wilke

    So, since the other reviews highlight on the bounty hunters I figure I will leave them for now. With Rogue Hunter we start out with a great high octane opening. The main character Zyra's ship the Hellship-II has just been hit and our Heroine. Well she isnt doing so hot right now. The first thing that hit my mind was. AAAHHHH MEDIC! and uh like STAT! Second thing was I like this girl, shes badass! She would rather defend her ship then check for broken bones now that's commitment. But before we ca So, since the other reviews highlight on the bounty hunters I figure I will leave them for now. With Rogue Hunter we start out with a great high octane opening. The main character Zyra's ship the Hellship-II has just been hit and our Heroine. Well she isnt doing so hot right now. The first thing that hit my mind was. AAAHHHH MEDIC! and uh like STAT! Second thing was I like this girl, shes badass! She would rather defend her ship then check for broken bones now that's commitment. But before we can even get to know our girl and just what kind of situation she is in. She is picked up by the arms and hulled away by some rather unseemly fellows. She is bloody as hell and covered in attitude. I really liked where the writer Kevis was taking this strong female lead and I almost wished there was more of her. Now as for content. There is some fairly graphic descriptions and oh boy is there language. Just enough to make the book slightly more of an adult read. regardless this is a must have for the bookshelves and I will certainly be checking out more of Kevis's writing in the near future.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ron Albury

    I really enjoyed the first book in the series, and I liked the first chapter in this book. But from the second chapter onward I felt this book was a step backwards. There was too many long speeches where a character explains to you who they are and why there are in the book - these speeches invariably end with something like "you're probably wondering why I told you all this". The beautiful heroine of the book is very ill treated - if the author keeps this up she will have to be described as the I really enjoyed the first book in the series, and I liked the first chapter in this book. But from the second chapter onward I felt this book was a step backwards. There was too many long speeches where a character explains to you who they are and why there are in the book - these speeches invariably end with something like "you're probably wondering why I told you all this". The beautiful heroine of the book is very ill treated - if the author keeps this up she will have to be described as the "formerly beautiful" heroine. With the first book of the series I couldn't wait to see what happened on the next page. I have to admit I stopped reading this book about half way through. Up to that point our beautiful (or formerly beautiful) heroine is a very minor character in the book. Full Disclosure: I am a Goodreads author and my books may or may not be reviewed by the author of this book. This review is my honest reaction to the book, and there has been no quid pro quo between authors to exchange good reviews.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Graham Watkins

    A shoot em up Space Opera which begins with Zyra Zanr's capture by bounty hunters. Plenty of blood and a full cast of hairy villains, misguided women and a cigar chomping starship captain. Hendrickson's adventure moves at a gallop stopping occasionally to take breath and explore the character's motives, some of which are a distraction and add nothing to the plot. Overall, an enjoyable if somewhat predictable romp in space.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Purple

    Won this book and can't wait to read it! Seems pretty cool, just taking a while to get here!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Rick Royster

    Great book. The hunters become the hunted. Reminds of the movie Alien, brutal, well written and keeps you on the edge of your seat… can't wait for more Zyra Zane in the future.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Savanna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It was a pretty cool book. I liked the ending and how it all turned out, though not how every crew member had to die.

  25. 4 out of 5

    MorteTorment(Unofficial World's Fastest Reader)

    SOOOOOOOOOO DAMN GOOD! I just read this after reading The Dresden files Book 2, and as much as I love Dresden, this was soooooo much more engaging. Highly recommend it.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Viridiana Fisher

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cecilia Robert

  28. 4 out of 5

    Suad Eromiina

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cairn

  30. 5 out of 5

    Garrick Merriweather

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