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Firefly: The Magnificent Nine PDF, ePub eBook The second original novel tying into the critically acclaimed and much-missed Firefly series from creator Joss Whedon. An old flame of Jayne Cobb's, Temperance McCloud, sends a message to Serenity, begging him for help. She lives on the arid, far-flung world of Tethys, and bandits are trying to overrun her town to gain control of their water supply: the only thing standin The second original novel tying into the critically acclaimed and much-missed Firefly series from creator Joss Whedon. An old flame of Jayne Cobb's, Temperance McCloud, sends a message to Serenity, begging him for help. She lives on the arid, far-flung world of Tethys, and bandits are trying to overrun her town to gain control of their water supply: the only thing standing between its people and dustbowl ruin. Jayne tries to persuade the Serenity crew to join the fight, but it is only when he offers Vera, his favourite gun, as collateral that Mal realises he's serious. When the Serenity crew land at a hardscrabble desert outpost called Coogan's Bluff, they discover two things: an outlaw gang with an almost fanatical devotion to their leader who will stop at nothing to get what they want, and that Temperance is singlehandedly raising a teenage daughter, born less than a year after Temperance and Jayne broke up. A daughter by the name of Jane McCloud...

30 review for Firefly: The Magnificent Nine

  1. 5 out of 5

    Unseen Library

    After my recent review of the first book in the new Firefly series, Big Damn Hero, for this week’s Waiting on Wednesday I will be looking at the second book in the series, The Magnificent Nine. I am massive Firefly fan, so I am extremely eager to read any new instalments in the Firefly series. After James Lovegrove’s strong first entry with this series, I am very keen to check out his follow-up book, especially as it has an extremely intriguing-sounding plot. One of the most amusing episodes from After my recent review of the first book in the new Firefly series, Big Damn Hero, for this week’s Waiting on Wednesday I will be looking at the second book in the series, The Magnificent Nine. I am massive Firefly fan, so I am extremely eager to read any new instalments in the Firefly series. After James Lovegrove’s strong first entry with this series, I am very keen to check out his follow-up book, especially as it has an extremely intriguing-sounding plot. One of the most amusing episodes from the original Firefly series was the seventh episode, Jaynestown, which focused on Serenity’s morally deficient mercenary and framed him in a vaguely good light for the first time in the series. This plot synopsis sounds a bit like this episode, and I am very keen to see more of Jayne’s past, as well as some characters that can bring out the character’s better side. The whole bandit situation is also reminiscent of the series’ 13th episode, Heart of Gold, which saw Serenity’s crew defend a settlement against a band of attackers. The combination of both of these plots could result in some story magic, and I am looking forward to what is sure to be an action-packed bag of fun. I am also very curious to see if the child, Jane McCloud, is actually Jayne’s daughter. Personally, I think it could go either way. The Firefly shows, comics and books have always been a fantastic combination of the science fiction and western genres, so I am quite excited about the name of this latest book, The Magnificent Nine. Obviously, this is a reference to the famous western movie, The Magnificent Seven (or the movie it was based, the Japanese film Seven Samurai), which featured a band of highly skilled adventurers defending a village from a group of bandits. So I am looking forward to seeing several scenes where the eclectic Serenity crew trains the villagers to defend themselves, before leading them into battle against the bandits, and I am sure this book will be a fun homage to this classic western movie. The Magnificent Nine is set to be released in about a month, and I cannot wait to get a copy of it. I did want to combine this review with a Waiting on Wednesday for the third book in this series, Generations, but only the very bare-bones synopsis of the plot has been released so far. That being said, I am already in love with it and keen to check it out. Bring on the next instalment of the Firefly universe!!! For more great reviews, check out my blog at: https://unseenlibrary.com/

  2. 4 out of 5

    Geonn Cannon

    Some of the characters were a little iffy at times (and River, who can be incredibly tricky, felt right more often than not) but otherwise a very good addition to the Firefly canon. It might rely a bit too heavily on established canon/episodes, but it's nowhere near as rampant as it could be.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Queen

    Magnificent Nine is much better than the previous Firefly book Big Damn Hero. This book had a better pace and did a better job of capturing the magic of Firefly. Though there's nothing outstanding in this book, it does a pretty good job of filling the Firefly craving.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Margaret

    What a hugely entertaining read! Firefly really WAS the Old West in space, unlike Star Trek that had been pitched as Wagon Train to the stars. Firefly had cowboys, cattle shipped by starship, guns, and the Old West mentality in spades! The title harkens back, of course, to one of my favorite Old West movies the Magnificent Seven. Like the Magnificent Seven (the seven best gunfighters in the West), each of our cast has their own unique contribution to the group's overall defense strategy. If you enjo What a hugely entertaining read! Firefly really WAS the Old West in space, unlike Star Trek that had been pitched as Wagon Train to the stars. Firefly had cowboys, cattle shipped by starship, guns, and the Old West mentality in spades! The title harkens back, of course, to one of my favorite Old West movies the Magnificent Seven. Like the Magnificent Seven (the seven best gunfighters in the West), each of our cast has their own unique contribution to the group's overall defense strategy. If you enjoyed the Firefly TV series, you are gonna love The Magnificent Nine!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Well. This was OK, and I certainly wanted to finish it to see what happens (even though of course since it took place before the Serenity movie, we know all the crew survives). It was some better than Big Damn Hero, partly because the dialogue didn't sound quite so dumb. My main criticism about this one is it just felt like a retread part of the way through. It improved later, but at first it felt like every Firefly and every Western ever.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Krista

    It was enjoyable. Almost as good as an episode. Slightly predictable but still good overall.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Aaron

    Another story I would have liked to to have seen. As the title indicates, it is a Seven Samurai / Magnificent Seven variant. I particularly liked (view spoiler)[that is gave Jayne more depth than his usual bastich character. (hide spoiler)]

  8. 5 out of 5

    Richard

    The author tries too hard at times to emulate the TV series and I don't agree with certain character traits, but this did feel like the Firefly universe most of the time.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Katie Whitt

    3.5 stars. I didn't enjoy this one as much as the first, but it's still always a treat to get to visit with the Firefly crew! I felt the story was a little too reminiscent of previous episodes and the twist was fairly easy to guess. Not bad, but not as good as I'd hoped it would be.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Doreen

    What a sheer delight of a book. Better even than its predecessor, Big Damn Hero, it hits all the fan favorite beats while managing to avoid more adroitly the issues I had with the first book. Captain Mal Reynolds' annoying mouthiness gets put on the backburner, as does the glorification of the losing rebel army that hearkens far too closely to the racist American Confederacy. It helps that The Magnificent Nine is centered on my favorite crew member, Jayne Cobb, in all his imperfect blockheaded g What a sheer delight of a book. Better even than its predecessor, Big Damn Hero, it hits all the fan favorite beats while managing to avoid more adroitly the issues I had with the first book. Captain Mal Reynolds' annoying mouthiness gets put on the backburner, as does the glorification of the losing rebel army that hearkens far too closely to the racist American Confederacy. It helps that The Magnificent Nine is centered on my favorite crew member, Jayne Cobb, in all his imperfect blockheaded glory. In this novel, he receives a distress call from an old flame and persuades the crew of the Serenity to fly to the backwater planet of Thetis to help defend the town of Coogan's Bluff from a band of marauders who style themselves The Scourers, under the leadership of purported former Reaver Elias Vandal. Upon arrival, the crew is surprised to discover that Temperance McCloud, as she's now known, has a daughter named Jane, born several months after she abruptly ran out of Jayne's life. Jayne, of course, is the last to suspect that Jane might be his daughter, but when he does... Let's just say that this book confirms my choice of Jayne as The Best. I totally cried at the ending, and I very much loved how deftly the issues of parenting and abandonment were handled here. I also very much preferred the main conflict here, of our heroes and the town against the Scourers, versus the vengeful kidnappers of the last book (but also, more Jayne is preferable to more Mal, in my book.) I did guess the big twist, however, which made none of it any less touching. Now I'm really curious to see where the next book, Generations, goes with the canon. I did enjoy getting to know Mal and Jayne's backstories, and I'm really interested in everyone else's too. Well, maybe not the Tams as much, since we know a lot about them already. Speaking of, they were both handled really well in this novel, as was Shepherd Book, who I'm dying to learn more about. The blurb for Generations seems to head off in a different direction however, but honestly, I'm here for it. With a big Thank You to Titan Press for sending me this gorgeous hardbound copy. My only complaint is that Jayne's eyes look brown on the cover instead of blue, which I ordinarily wouldn't complain about except it's kind of a plot point. The rest of the physical book is an absolute treasure, tho.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Unseen Library

    Rating of 4.5. Fresh off writing the fantastic first book in this new series of Firefly tie-in novels, author James Lovegrove has crafted another amazing Firefly book that focuses on one of the more entertaining members of the Serenity crew, the hero of Canton, the man they call Jayne. As I mentioned when I reviewed the first book in this new series of Firefly novels, Big Damn Hero, and in one of my subsequent Waiting on Wednesday entries, I am a massive fan of the Firefly franchise and was partic Rating of 4.5. Fresh off writing the fantastic first book in this new series of Firefly tie-in novels, author James Lovegrove has crafted another amazing Firefly book that focuses on one of the more entertaining members of the Serenity crew, the hero of Canton, the man they call Jayne. As I mentioned when I reviewed the first book in this new series of Firefly novels, Big Damn Hero, and in one of my subsequent Waiting on Wednesday entries, I am a massive fan of the Firefly franchise and was particularly eager to read the second book in this new series, The Magnificent Nine, which sounded liked it had an amazing plot. As a result, I made sure to order this copy online well in advance and was extremely happy when it came last week so close to the worldwide release date. I managed to read through it in about a day, and once again had the amazing feeling of being transported back into Firefly universe. Out in the darkness of the verse, the crew of the Firefly class ship Serenity is up to its old tricks, searching for smuggling jobs that will keep them flying, while at the same time staying off the Alliance’s radar. While Captain Malcolm Reynolds is used to anticipating the needs and wants of the inhabitants of his ship, he is completely thrown when a request for an unpaid mercy mission comes from one of the most unlikely members of his crew. Serenity’s resident disgruntled mercenary, Jayne Cobb, suddenly asks that the ship be diverted to the backwater world of Thetis. An old flame of Jayne’s, Temperance McCloud, has reached out requesting aid. A vicious bandit, Elias Vandal, is threatening her small town of Coogan’s Bluff with a horde of trigger-happy thieves and murderers. Mal initially does not take the request seriously, but then Jayne does the unthinkable and offers up his most prized possession, his beloved gun, Vera, as payment for the crew’s help. Arriving at Thetis, the crew find that not only are the inhabitants of Coogan’s Bluff reluctant to get involved in any sort of fight, but a well-armed force of killers is waiting for them and spoiling for a fight. However, the most shocking discovery is the fact that Temperance is raising a teenage daughter, born less than a year after Temperance and Jayne parted ways and named Jane McCloud. View the full review at: https://unseenlibrary.com/2019/04/01/... For other exciting reviews, check out my blog at: https://unseenlibrary.com/

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mike

    "The Magnificent Nine" is the second Firefly novel penned, at least in part, by James Lovegrove. And while it is a solid entry in this new series of Firefly books, it didn't wow me. I never felt the author was really "at home" within the Firefly universe. And I felt the author didn't really embrace the plot of the story either. The beginning and the end of the book were both pretty flat for me. Also, I wasn't a fan of some of the lengthy digressions the author took, away from the main plot of th "The Magnificent Nine" is the second Firefly novel penned, at least in part, by James Lovegrove. And while it is a solid entry in this new series of Firefly books, it didn't wow me. I never felt the author was really "at home" within the Firefly universe. And I felt the author didn't really embrace the plot of the story either. The beginning and the end of the book were both pretty flat for me. Also, I wasn't a fan of some of the lengthy digressions the author took, away from the main plot of the story to focus on enemy characters or the townsfolk. That main plot is that Jayne and the Firefly crew are called to a backwater (yet nearly water-less) planet called Thetis, where a horrible bandit king is slowly taking over the planet, one settlement at a time, and making them dependent on him for the water they need to survive. A female ex of Jayne's--both a business partner and a sexual one--is the one who makes the call. The Firefly crew--some more reluctantly than others--go to the aid of the downtrodden folks. In an uncharacteristic move, Jayne offers to pay the crew out of his own pocket for their time and efforts. Complicating matters is that Jayne's ex has a daughter--named Jane!--who is roughly the age of the length of time since she and Jayne separated. And everyone BUT Jayne seems to see the connection. I would say most Firefly fans (Firefly being the "space western" creation of Joss Whedon, if you didn't know already) skew pretty high on the intelligence scale. Yet some portions of the book seem overly simplified, as if the author is writing for a Young Adult audience. The "big twist" at the end of the book is one most readers will see coming a mile off. And the inclusion of a deus ex machina with a "fancy" former client of Inara's was a plot line that seemed mostly unnecessary. If you're a Firefly fan--starved as many of us are for new material from the Firefly 'Verse--you'll enjoy this book. I was hoping for more from this one, however.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Milan Pohl

    Zatímco první oficiální román ze světa Firefly, tedy Big Damn Hero, se zaměřoval především na Mala, v druhém románu nazvaném The Magnificent Nine se autor James Lovegrove soustředí hlavně na Jayna - a leckoho možná překvapí, že i v Jaynově minulosti je toho víc, než by se mohlo na první pohled zdát. Jak naznačuje název, kniha je fireflyovskou obdobou známého westernu Sedm statečných, přičemž tím, kdo musí přesvědčit druhé, aby pomohli městečku ohroženému bandity, je paradoxně právě Jayne. S nalé Zatímco první oficiální román ze světa Firefly, tedy Big Damn Hero, se zaměřoval především na Mala, v druhém románu nazvaném The Magnificent Nine se autor James Lovegrove soustředí hlavně na Jayna - a leckoho možná překvapí, že i v Jaynově minulosti je toho víc, než by se mohlo na první pohled zdát. Jak naznačuje název, kniha je fireflyovskou obdobou známého westernu Sedm statečných, přičemž tím, kdo musí přesvědčit druhé, aby pomohli městečku ohroženému bandity, je paradoxně právě Jayne. S naléhavou prosbou o pomoc se na něj totiž obrací jeho dávná láska Temperance McCloudová, která se s ním kdysi rozešla a nyní u onoho zapadlého městečka vychovává dceru - dívku jménem Jane. Všem kromě samotného Jayna začne rychle docházet, kdo by tak mohl být jejím otcem... Jestliže Lovegrove předvedl už v první knize, že dokáže skvěle vystihnout atmosféru Firefly, tentokrát to platí dvojnásob. V prvním románu se střídaly bezvadně napsané pasáže s pasážemi poněkud nezáživnými (jako kdyby Lovegrove přepsal některé scény po původní autorce Nancy Holderové, ale jiné - zejména flashbacky - nechal být). Tentokrát všechno klape, jak má, od samého začátku až do strhujícího konce. Pověstný mix sci-fi a westernu z některých scén přímo stříká, včetně samotného závěru (bez spoilerů bohužel nemohu být konkrétnější), stejně tak všechny postavy jsou vystižené velice dobře, každá z nich mluví svým typickým způsobem, každá má v příběhu co na práci (včetně Inary). Občas mi malinko skřípala asi jen River, která se u Lovegrovea vyjadřuje snad až příliš koherentně a smysluplně. Celkem vzato se jedná o nadupanou knihu, jejíž dočtení jsem protahoval o několik dní, abych se s příběhem nemusel tak brzy rozloučit. Čekání na příští román, který má vyjít letos na podzim (Generations autora Tima Lebbona), bude opravdu dlouhé...

  14. 4 out of 5

    Stephen

    Jaaaaaayne! The man they call Jaaaaaaayne! ...in a novel somewhat reminiscent of "Heart of Gold", Jayne Cobb receives a wave from an old flame and business partner. Her world is being taken over by a mob of savages who ape Reavers, and she needs help. Jayne isn't the most conventionally loyal man aboard the good ship Serenity, but he also isn't as mercenary as generally regarded. When he receives the call, he entreats Mal and the rest to help -- and being a crew bound to helpless causes, so they Jaaaaaayne! The man they call Jaaaaaaayne! ...in a novel somewhat reminiscent of "Heart of Gold", Jayne Cobb receives a wave from an old flame and business partner. Her world is being taken over by a mob of savages who ape Reavers, and she needs help. Jayne isn't the most conventionally loyal man aboard the good ship Serenity, but he also isn't as mercenary as generally regarded. When he receives the call, he entreats Mal and the rest to help -- and being a crew bound to helpless causes, so they do. What begins as a favor to an old friend becomes far more urgent when the Firefly crew begins to suspect that Jayne's old flame has kept a secret from him for the last thirteen years -- in her daughter, Jane. As before, Lovegrow shows off a good grasp of the characters' voices and personalities, and the interplay between them. And, as before, no character is overlooked to the story: all pull their weight, and especially little River. The story is nearly all action, though this being a Firefly novel there's plenty of humor and sly writing. It's utterly enjoyable, and I continue to hope for more, as the maturing relationships between the characters give us an idea what might have emerged in a second season.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Richard Thompson

    From the Goodreads blurb: An old flame of Jayne Cobb's, Temperance McCloud, sends a message to Serenity, begging him for help. She lives on the arid, far-flung world of Tethys, and bandits are trying to overrun her town to gain control of their water supply: the only thing standing between its people and dustbowl ruin. Jayne tries to persuade the Serenity crew to join the fight, but it is only when he offers Vera, his favourite gun, as collateral that Mal realises he's serious. When the Serenity c From the Goodreads blurb: An old flame of Jayne Cobb's, Temperance McCloud, sends a message to Serenity, begging him for help. She lives on the arid, far-flung world of Tethys, and bandits are trying to overrun her town to gain control of their water supply: the only thing standing between its people and dustbowl ruin. Jayne tries to persuade the Serenity crew to join the fight, but it is only when he offers Vera, his favourite gun, as collateral that Mal realises he's serious. When the Serenity crew land at a hardscrabble desert outpost called Coogan's Bluff, they discover two things: an outlaw gang with an almost fanatical devotion to their leader who will stop at nothing to get what they want, and that Temperance is singlehandedly raising a teenage daughter, born less than a year after Temperance and Jayne broke up. A daughter by the name of Jane McCloud... We are big fans of the Serenity family, but this one had some plot points that were thread-bare to the point of see-through. And some very awkward "reveals" in the form of long speeches when blood was dripping on the floor and action was called for. The three stars was a squeaker. This was book #23 on our 2019 Read-alouds List.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Briana Urban

    Firefly: The Magnificent Nine was better than Firefly: Big Damn Hero but also a bit of a struggle for me in a different way. The Magnificent Nine had less explanation about previous events and the characters, which had bothered me somewhat in the previous book. The characters all felt true and similar to the TV show counterparts. The story was good, very action filled and high stakes. The struggle I had was with the violence. I can handle watching violence better than reading it. Watching I can l Firefly: The Magnificent Nine was better than Firefly: Big Damn Hero but also a bit of a struggle for me in a different way. The Magnificent Nine had less explanation about previous events and the characters, which had bothered me somewhat in the previous book. The characters all felt true and similar to the TV show counterparts. The story was good, very action filled and high stakes. The struggle I had was with the violence. I can handle watching violence better than reading it. Watching I can look away; reading I have to imagine it, and then I start imagining if I was injured that way and then I start panicking. There was more violence in this book, which made it a little difficult for me at times. To give an idea on how graphic it was, one of the characters claims he once ran with Reavers, and we all know what they're like. Overall it was a nice addition to the Firefly family. I still prefer the show and movie but the books are interesting and I am enjoying them. I look forward to the third one later this year; it sounds very interesting.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Diane ~Firefly~

    Better than the last one, but still missing some of that special Firefly magic. What I enjoyed: * I LOVE the Firefly crew, so I'm always happy to hang out with them again * I think the characterizations were better in this book than the first * I could totally see this being a plot of the show although it is somewhat similar to "Heart of Gold" * I liked Temperance What could have been better: * The heavy handed introductions of everyone's full names at the beginning was brutal. Seriously, Wash on the i Better than the last one, but still missing some of that special Firefly magic. What I enjoyed: * I LOVE the Firefly crew, so I'm always happy to hang out with them again * I think the characterizations were better in this book than the first * I could totally see this being a plot of the show although it is somewhat similar to "Heart of Gold" * I liked Temperance What could have been better: * The heavy handed introductions of everyone's full names at the beginning was brutal. Seriously, Wash on the intercom stating his full name??? * Kaylee was criminally underused again. I mean this is a Jayne story, so everyone else takes a backseat, but Kaylee wasn't even in the vehicle. * Some plot issues were pretty transparent (view spoiler)[although I didn't see the mayor having been in cahoots for so long - he got what he deserved (hide spoiler)]

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kari

    This is the second in the new Firefly series that has recently come out. An ex-girlfriend of Jayne's has reached out to Serenity for help. Bandits are on their planet hoarding the water and it is getting desperate for the rest of the people; they need water to survive. The Serenity crew agree to go and help, when they get there they discover Jayne's ex-girlfriend has a daughter named Jane. A daughter who would be the correct age for when they were together. Oh, this was another fun one. It's almos This is the second in the new Firefly series that has recently come out. An ex-girlfriend of Jayne's has reached out to Serenity for help. Bandits are on their planet hoarding the water and it is getting desperate for the rest of the people; they need water to survive. The Serenity crew agree to go and help, when they get there they discover Jayne's ex-girlfriend has a daughter named Jane. A daughter who would be the correct age for when they were together. Oh, this was another fun one. It's almost like having another Firefly episode to watch. It was a good story and so nice to have another story with the characters from the show. I'm looking forward to reading the next one in the series when it comes out and I hope they continue to write more. They are well done and I have really enjoyed them so far. More of my book reviews can be found at http://bookswithkari.blogspot.com/

  19. 4 out of 5

    James Frederick

    My new rating system for Firefly books is going to be: Does this sound like an episode? Is it an episode I would have liked to have watched? If so, then it gets a five star rating. Really, it starts with five stars, just for keeping Firefly alive. THIS would have made for a very good episode. It actually made me think it WAS an episode. It was really good. I stayed up WAY too late to finish it, because I did not want to put it down. And then when I saw the time, I thought, "I was reading that fo My new rating system for Firefly books is going to be: Does this sound like an episode? Is it an episode I would have liked to have watched? If so, then it gets a five star rating. Really, it starts with five stars, just for keeping Firefly alive. THIS would have made for a very good episode. It actually made me think it WAS an episode. It was really good. I stayed up WAY too late to finish it, because I did not want to put it down. And then when I saw the time, I thought, "I was reading that for HOW long?" Well done, Mr. Lovegrove. Keep em coming!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tara L. Campbell

    Overall, better than the first novel. The story remained true to the characters and was wholly believable. No dragging parts which kept the pace nice and quick. It's Firefly, no deep introspection or navel gazing. My complaint, however, is the fixation of rape and sexual violence as motivator and plot points to emphasize grittiness. A sign of lazy writing.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jo Besser

    It was a super quick and addictive read. I guess that's sort of obvious since I finished the book in a day. There were many parts that had me laughing out loud, and I was once again reminded of the series. If anything, my only complaint was how the novel ended. There was something about it that didn't feel right to me, but I can't exactly explain what made me feel that way.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    A touch too long, a few too many throwbacks to people, places, and capers in the original show, and a little too much Jayne. But otherwise, this story set between Firefly and Serenity was a super fun read. Felt a little like coming home.

  23. 4 out of 5

    john kiernan

    Good stuff I enjoyed the first book , But This one is better the writing is great it's like watching the the series spot in, this story is more of what they do great fun I just hope there are going to be more! The third one is in order keep it up. And thanks

  24. 4 out of 5

    Gene

    Excellent story of our favorite raggedy crew out in the verse. So the characters have their time in this one, but they're is definitely more for the Jayne fans. Highly recommended these books or your are into Firefly.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Julie Garner

    I just love this series and am devouring these books as they come up. Really plays into the memories of the TV series, even though it takes place between the series and movie. Can’t wait for October and the release of the third book.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jack Webb

    Once again into the 'verse Yeah, I'm one of those Firefly nuts, so once again getting more in book form is a great deal. And once again Lovegrove does a good job getting the characters' mettle, while putting them in a challenging story.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kathryn Halbert

    Entertaining enough. I'd say it was a little better than the last one, though still not perfect. There was some good dialogue and the gratuitous references to things that happened in the show felt less forced, if still unnecessary.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Michael Beanland

    It would make a pretty good TV Movie For everything that exists in the Serenity universe, I wish it had more depth and substance to it

  29. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Loved it! It was true to the world and characters. So cool!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ian Clark

    Another cracking read!

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