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Will the secrets of LaRoux Industries finally be exposed by Gideon Marchant, an eighteen-year-old computer hacker and an urban warrior, and fellow rebel and thief Sofia Quinn?
A year before that, Tarver Merendsen and Lilac LaRoux were the only survivors of the Icarus shipwreck, forced to live a double life after their rescue. Now, at the centre of the galaxy on Corinth, all four are about to collide with two new players in the fight against LRI.
Gideon Marchant is an underworld hacker known as the Knave of Hearts, ready to abseil his way past the best security measures on the planet to expose LRI's atrocities. Sofia Quinn, charming con artist, can work her way into any stronghold without missing a beat.
When a foiled attempt to infiltrate LRI headquarters forces them into a fragile alliance, it's impossible to know who's playing whom - and whether they can ever learn to trust each other.
With their lives, loves and loyalties at stake, only by joining forces with the Icarus survivors and Avon's protectors do they stand a chance of taking down the most powerful corporation in the galaxy - before LRI's secrets destroy them all.
The New York Times bestselling Starbound trilogy comes to a close with this dazzling final instalment about the power of courage and hope in humanity's darkest hour. About the Author Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner are longtime friends and sometime flatmates who have travelled the world but not yet the galaxy , covering every continent between them. They are sure outer space is only a matter of time.
Meagan, who is also the author of the Skylark trilogy, currently lives just outside DC though she considers herself an honorary Aussie , while Amie lives in Melbourne, Australia. Although they currently live apart, they are united by their love of space opera, road trips and second breakfasts.
This book was amazing a's was the while trilogy. The length was good because it had enough time to develop. Paperback Language: English Number Of Pages: AU Dimensions cm: Amie had the good fortune to be raised just one block from her local library, and took full advantage of that fact growing up.
She and her sister spent their childhood summers re-creating their favourite books by camping in the back yard, mapping their neighbourhood, climbing trees, stepping through magical doors and sailing the local seas. Raised in Australia and Ireland, she has kissed the Blarney stone six times, thoroughly cementing her gift of the gab. A setting in space, a story I am crazy minority lady : Let me break down my thought process on this book from the very first time I noticed it on goodreads because somewhere along the way something went really really wrong.
A setting in space, a story of survival and a couple of horny teenagers? Sounds like it could be a wild ride. I don't know about you but I love space stories and the vast arena of possibility which they open. Because anything could happen.
There's an extra layer of possibility to the fantasy that makes you wonder if it could be true because there are so many unexplored corners where our science fiction tales could very well be fact. Uh oh. And there it is.
Not that I don't like the cover, I love myself some glitter and pretty dresses as much as the next magpie, but you can probably guess why my hopes started to crumble.
I remember the first hardback edition of Shatter Me. Do you? I'm dystopian, I swear!
I'm big, I'm bad and I remember how I told myself it would be fine. I mean, the description was promising hardcore dystopian fiction!
It wouldn't lie to me, would it? I wrote a review about that. It seems as though I was very wrong to judge this book by its cover.
Is it even possible? Could I be completely wrong? I mean, Beth Revis's Across the Universe was all pink and twinkly and romance-like and I enjoyed that book. I must read it to find out! I think we all know those moments when we've heard so many great things about a book and we pick up said book only to discover that the magic hasn't touched us. But I was really disappointed with These Broken Stars and should have listened to my instincts when I saw the pretty cover.