At the Edges Joan and her starship crew are in the business of slaves specifically rescuing as many as possible from the oppressive Empire After dropping off their latest passengers and resupplying Joan and her

  • Title: At the Edges
  • Author: Alden Lila Reedy
  • ISBN: 9781620047439
  • Page: 261
  • Format: ebook
  • Joan and her starship crew are in the business of slaves specifically, rescuing as many as possible from the oppressive Empire After dropping off their latest passengers and resupplying, Joan and her second in command, Luana, decide to ferry out citizens looking to escape imperial clutches It means they risk taking on spies, but when the first meeting goes well, they decJoan and her starship crew are in the business of slaves specifically, rescuing as many as possible from the oppressive Empire After dropping off their latest passengers and resupplying, Joan and her second in command, Luana, decide to ferry out citizens looking to escape imperial clutches It means they risk taking on spies, but when the first meeting goes well, they decide to chance it.But a trip that starts well soon turns sour, between problems with the ship, passengers asking uncomfortable questions, and a confession from Luana that Joan fears will only end in disappointment and destroy the friendship they ve already built.And before they have a chance to sort their problems out, the whole journey abruptly goes from bad to worse.

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    2 thoughts on “At the Edges

    1. A nice tale of adventure and diversity in spacer kids. ;)Everything about the book is simple and shallow: the plot, the characters, the emotions, the relationships. Sanitized violence. Safe no-sex relationships. Simple solutions. Black and white worldview. But nice lessons on diversity and inclusiveness. Perfect for kids 12 yrs old and below.

    2. Joan and Luana help slaves escape from the Empire, along with a collection of aliens of various types and genders. We find out about each character at various points of the story and when we do it makes it a bit more intelligible. I really found it hard to follow at first as I could not imagine what the characters were meant to be. Joan and Luana are great friends but when Luana confesses she loves Joan it becomes very awkward as Joan is asexual. When Luana is kidnapped we see that Joan is distr [...]

    3. I actually really enjoyed At the Edges, and I say it like that because I suspect quite a few readers are going to have difficulty reading it. The author moves from the present storyline, showing us the crew of the Starburst and the missions they undertake, to scenes from the past that show us how Captain Joan assembled the crew of her starship. Unfortunately, it isn’t obvious or immediately clear when we’re moving from the present to the past and back again, and this makes it very jarring th [...]

    4. Four Stars: Sci FiI was sent this book by Inked Rainbow Reads in exchange for an honest review.This was a good read and kept me entertained through out. I particularly liked the way each characters background and life was explained as they became part of the bigger plot. This type of introduction was novel and worked really well and gave this book a unique feel.Another great aspect of the book was the different genres and life styles of each of the characters. The author portrayed the crew as a [...]

    5. I think my attention span keeps getting shorter, either that or the book just wasn't for me. At first, I couldn't get past the first three pages without getting bored, put I forged ahead and made it to page ten, however by then I kept waiting for a hook to grab my attention and either I skipped too many pages or there wasn't one interesting enough to keep me interested. In the end, I skipped to page 65 (out of 70 pages) and I hoped I would feel like I had missed something exciting so as to go ba [...]

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