Renew

Renew What would you risk if death were merely an inconvenience Markus Tarver scion of a prominent Eastern family is a hot but reckless pilot in the Imperial Navy until the day he discovers that reincarn

  • Title: Renew
  • Author: CraigShields
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • What would you risk, if death were merely an inconvenience Markus Tarver, scion of a prominent Eastern family, is a hot but reckless pilot in the Imperial Navy until the day he discovers that reincarnation comes at a higher price than he is willing to pay Renew is the kickoff of a far ranging space opera that follows Markus as he battles enemies, both at home and on paWhat would you risk, if death were merely an inconvenience Markus Tarver, scion of a prominent Eastern family, is a hot but reckless pilot in the Imperial Navy until the day he discovers that reincarnation comes at a higher price than he is willing to pay Renew is the kickoff of a far ranging space opera that follows Markus as he battles enemies, both at home and on patrol, to undercover the secret behind the mysterious Renew system that promises so much to the world.

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    1. I found this book over at Smashwords. I downloaded it on a lark because the author has the same name as a friend of mine. It's a bit short, but it really pulled me in. I hope some things will be explained in the second book, which is why I knocked it down a star. Otherwise, it's a fun read.

    2. Markus Tarver lives to play elite games, and pilot fighters for his home planet – the new Earth. Markus's life is a good one. And if he loses it, he can always Renew. But in the pressure cooker that is fighter command, a poor little rich kid isn't given much of a chance. Markus needs to prove himself, and when death is merely an inconvenience, a risk is a very cheap thing. Or is it?Renew: a good old-fashioned space romp, which in the mold of Stanislav Lem or Arthur C Clark, takes the reader th [...]

    3. I received this in a giveaway. It was a fun, snappy book- a quick read with good sci-fi description of starship fights and battles. It’s obviously setting up for more adventures as a lot of story lines were left hanging. I’m not huge into sci-fi, so I’m not going to pursue the series, but I could definitely see a young sci-fi reader eating up this book.

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