Of Sea and Stars

Of Sea and Stars Of Sea and Stars continues the saga of Interforce Agent Jess Drake and her Biological Alternative partner NM Dev that began in Melissa Good s first two books in her Partners series This series chron

  • Title: Of Sea and Stars
  • Author: Melissa Good
  • ISBN: 9781619292987
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Paperback
  • Of Sea and Stars continues the saga of Interforce Agent Jess Drake and her Biological Alternative partner NM Dev 1 that began in Melissa Good s first two books in her Partners series.This series chronicles what happens to humankind after a massive volcanic eruption puts earth into nuclear winter The planet is cloaked in clouds and no sun penetrates Seas cover most of theOf Sea and Stars continues the saga of Interforce Agent Jess Drake and her Biological Alternative partner NM Dev 1 that began in Melissa Good s first two books in her Partners series.This series chronicles what happens to humankind after a massive volcanic eruption puts earth into nuclear winter The planet is cloaked in clouds and no sun penetrates Seas cover most of the land areas except high elevations These exist as islands where the remaining humans have learned to make do with much less People survive on what they can take from the sea, and with foodstuffs supplemented from an orbiting set of space stations.This new world is divided into two factions, and the struggle for resources between them is brutal, pitting one side against the other.In Of Sea and Stars, Jess and Dev uncover a hidden cavern at Drakes Bay full of growing vegetables and fruit trees There is evidence that the other side has been negotiating with Jess s brother, and with someone on the space station that created Dev This sends them on a quest into space to solve the mystery.

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    1. I enjoyed this book. There is a romantic element to it, action packed, a plot that has a lot of depth to it that made me think about what was going on. Quite a lot of fight scenes that fitted in with the context of the story. There was humour too, and I loved the comments from the bio alt Dev.I did find some scenes went on a bit long and could have benefited from being tightened, and there was a lot of side characters that I did loose track of. But overall it was a pleasure to read a decent stor [...]

    2. If you are into post-apocalyptic science fiction, this is a third book in a marvelous series. Once I started it, I couldn’t put it down. For anyone who read Partners and Partners Book Two, this was a wonderful addition to the story line. For those who haven’t read the first two books, I highly recommend it. There are many themes and references in this part of the story that become much clearer and more relevant with the background from the previous books.It’s not a happy story, and not rea [...]

    3. This is my favourite author. Her other series, Dar and Kerry starting with Tropical Storm, are my absolute favourite books. So I knew when she started these books I had to read them. I'm usually not a fan of Dsytopian books but these are well written and in a way that engages the reader. Pulls them in for more. This particular book I read and thought about for a few days before reviewing because it was so good. It's action packed and full of twists and turns. It ties up a lot of loose ends so I' [...]

    4. Will the series continue?I love Jessyln & Dev and the amazingly surprising biological units, humans, killers & tough, tough residents of fishing ships and trading islands!Is there a fourth one coming?

    5. The moment you start reading it is like slippinginto your favourite slippers and settling in for the night. You just know it is going to be a good read.Full of action, some tears, and then some more action. Loved it all.

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