by Edward McKeownFearful Symmetry
by Edward McKeown
"Having survived the nightmare world of Enshar, Robert Fenaday abandons privateering and his quest for his lost wife to begin life anew with the genetically engineered assassin, Shasti Rainhell. But spymaster Mandela has other plans for the pair, intrigue and murder on Shasti’s home planet of Olympia. Fenaday must fight his way to Shasti, facing her deadly creator and an alien mystery that could destroy the Confederacy."
Review for Fearful Symmetry
This has been described as space opera; I wouldn’t know and haven’t a clue what that even means. I am a novice when it comes to the spectacular world of sci-fi, it is really not my cup of tea. Yet really well written, gripping work will always get my attention like Star Wars, Dr. Who and now the Robert Fenaday and Shasti Chronicles. The author has taken a basic fem-bot and turned her into a multi-dimensional character that makes you laugh, cry and cheer. I highly recommend this author.
If delightfully broken people and action are your thing, you will love this author, these characters and this story. However, be prepared to have a few heartstrings pulled in the process. Edward McKeown is really, truly one of the greats.
Since Shasti is my one of my favorite characters, I want to hug Robert Fenday and make it all better, and the cherry on top is a dazzling forward by B5’s Claudia Christian, I will give Fearful Symmetry my forbidden 5 glasses of wine.
Bravo, Edward McKeown, bravo. I can’t wait to read Points of Departure.
Review by Author Keira Kroft of Red Wine Book Reviews
|eBook format||Kindle Edition, (torrent)|
|Publisher||Hellfire Publishing, INC|
|File size||5.8 Mb|
|Book rating||4.08 (13 votes)