Depths of Blue

Depths of Blue For Torrin Ivanov life is a bargaining table Every planet is a new business opportunity Legality is optional and supplying one side in a local civil war always adds up to profit Jak Stowell is at war

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  • Title: Depths of Blue
  • Author: Lise MacTague
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • For Torrin Ivanov, life is a bargaining table Every planet is a new business opportunity Legality is optional and supplying one side in a local civil war always adds up to profit Jak Stowell is at war within a war A woman hidden in the heart of a male only army, her brother s murder has left her desperate for vengeance Her skill as a sniper gives her both the disguisFor Torrin Ivanov, life is a bargaining table Every planet is a new business opportunity Legality is optional and supplying one side in a local civil war always adds up to profit Jak Stowell is at war within a war A woman hidden in the heart of a male only army, her brother s murder has left her desperate for vengeance Her skill as a sniper gives her both the disguise she needs and paves the way ever closer to her real goal She kills efficiently, without remorse Putting down an off world smuggler will be no different A moment s hesitation A flicker of doubt Two women on a collision course set off a chain reaction of intergalactic intrigue and awaken a dangerous passion that could cost them their lives.

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    1. Torrin Ivanov fancies herself a "technology dealer", though the other side thinks "smuggler" is a more accurate term. Acting on a tip from a shady information peddler, she lands on a planet on the outer fringes of the galaxy hoping to strike up some lucrative deals. Used to using her feminine assets to help things along, she dresses up for the part. What she doesn't realize is that it just might get her in big trouble. Jak Stowell is a killing machine. Her reputation as an incredibly efficient s [...]

    2. This book is quite a ride. A wild, exciting, dangerous ride that makes you immediately put the book down at the end, and wonder how soon you can pick up book two. I have to admit, I couldn't quite sustain the picture of this world in my head. All the flora is a shade of blue, but when they were in the forest, I kept defaulting to the greens and browns of forest giants here. The story starts a little slowly for me, and I think that's just because I was impatient for Jak and Torrin to go ahead and [...]

    3. Excellent, exciting and impressive first novel. Military Sci-if is hard to do well, but this succeeded hands down.Off to buy the next in the series.

    4. I am always happy to see a new release in science fiction featuring lesbian charatcers. I usually am disappointed too, unfortunatly, because well, most of what is being released isn't very good. Depths of Blue, while it has some flaws, is thankfully pretty good. The setting is pretty basic: mankind has set out towards the stars and some 6 centuries later we are introduced to a Fringe planet locked up in Civil War. Fringe planets were the frist to be colonized and basically left to their own devi [...]

    5. Depths of Blue by Lise MacTague (book one in the Deception’s Edge series) belongs to a few genres I don’t normally read: military science fiction, and romance. So I honestly wasn’t quite sure how much I would like this novel when I picked it up having been generously sent it by the Winnipeg-born, US-residing author (whose other talents as described in her bio, I might add, include being a librarian and hockey player). I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed Depths o [...]

    6. This is a really fun lesbian military sci-fi book that's heavy on the action and adventure and light on the romance (but with enough romance that it should be satisfying for any lesfic reader). It's the first in a trilogy and I'm looking forward to reading the rest!Listen to Brooklyn and I talk about it on the Les Do Books podcast here: thelesbiantalkshow.podbean

    7. DNF 27%. This is one of those books where most men are scum and both heroines' cultures include ample portions of rape. There's enough misogyny IRL that I don't need to read about it for entertainment, in particular in SF which I turn to in part to see gender roles played outside our current western norms. Also, all four of the parents of the heroines are dead at remarkably young ages. I'm fed the f up with dead parents as a nearly inevitable plot point currently. So, over and out.

    8. Quick read. Keeps reader on the edge of her seat. Interesting characters, good descriptions, and a nice off-world universe (and not hard to believe). There's no half a star rating, this would have gotten 4.5 stars, .5 taken off for cliffhanger.

    9. I liked the premise, and the execution of the book. The characters weren't perfect. I like that in books. But they were likable. If you like sci-fi this is a good book to read, with some interesting twists and turns. Also, both main characters are strong women, another plus!

    10. housewives having a tea party. wait let's name one of them smuggler and other one soldier. yay. now they are badass chicks. blegh. morons

    11. The planet Haefen is peopled by humans who believe in "traditional" gender roles, with two groups separated by degree. The Orthodoxians keep women as breeders and slaves and the Devonians just don't let them own property or engage in business. And the two sides are engaged in a bitter civil war.On the Devonian side we have the sniper Jak, a disguised woman looking to avenge the death of her brother on the battlefield. Her latest mission is to assassinate the offworld smuggler who has come to mee [...]

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