Fighting Shadows

Fighting Shadows The Cortii are mercenaries for hire to anyone who can afford their services From their beginnings in humanoid pre history they have grown and colonised to span every galaxy Every government uses the

  • Title: Fighting Shadows
  • Author: J.C. Steel
  • ISBN: 9781517559434
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Cortii are mercenaries, for hire to anyone who can afford their services From their beginnings in humanoid pre history, they have grown and colonised to span every galaxy Every government uses them no single government can destroy them.To the Councils that rule the Cortii, eleven lives are easily replaced.For the newest unit in their ranks, those eleven lives were hThe Cortii are mercenaries, for hire to anyone who can afford their services From their beginnings in humanoid pre history, they have grown and colonised to span every galaxy Every government uses them no single government can destroy them.To the Councils that rule the Cortii, eleven lives are easily replaced.For the newest unit in their ranks, those eleven lives were half their number To their commander, they re a marker she has every intention of making good on, and while some of her unit s wounds are less visible, it doesn t mean they can t be lethal.

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    1. All reviews posted originally on the blog: knockinbooks/reviewsI’ve already admitted to y’all that despite my love of sci fi movies, I’m not a sci fi reader. I generally find the world building in sci fi novels to be more than my short attention span can handle. I prefer more straightforward reads that don’t require 100% of my brainpower to follow. But I made an exception to my normal rules for book 1 in this series, Through the Hostage, and while it didn’t completely convert me into a [...]

    2. Even with the unique world building, variety of characters and a protagonist with the devil-may-care attitude, this book failed to keep me captivated for more than a few pages at a time. Hence, such a gap between the prequel and this book. It took me 3 days to finally finish the book that I could have read in 3 hours if it was a little easier to comprehend. I found the story to be a little too complex and Khyria Ilan our main character, I like her, her abilities and attitude, it felt like she wa [...]

    3. Now to start I will say that I have not read the first book in the series which worried me when I started it but I was quickly able to pick up and follow the story without even reading the first book. It is well put together and the world building is wonderful. It left me with many questions but what good thriller doesn't? I think it was a great blending of scifi and thriller and gave me a lot to work with when forming the characters and stories in my mind. A must read for SciFi fans.

    4. I enjoyed this book just as much as the first one. Khyria is a great character. I loved how she grew within this book. There were lots of twists and turns in this book. I think this book was fun for me to read. * I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*

    5. J.C. Steel's second novel in her Cortii series takes everything that made Through the Hostage good and improves on it: pacing, characters, everything. Through the Hostage was a good book, but Fighting Shadows shines.The story returns to Khyria Ilan and Wildcat Cortia. Now no longer trainees, Khyria has to rebuild her depleted unit while still fending off her enemies both political and physical. The political machinations of the various Cortii and their ruling body is a little impenetrable at fir [...]

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