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Clutch: I Am Just Junco #1

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  • Posted October 8, 2013

    Kinda sporadic and erratic, but for the money ok. If I had paid

    Kinda sporadic and erratic, but for the money ok. If I had paid 5 dollars for this I might have felt cheated.

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  • Posted May 2, 2013

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    Junco Coot lives in a future version of Earth, where there are h

    Junco Coot lives in a future version of Earth, where there are humans and the alien Avians, who are on Earth to reclaim something stolen from them long ago.

    Junco is a fascinating character, a real tough girl with pretty outstanding military training. She may be the best sniper in her Rural Republic if not even more of the world than just her country. And to confuse matters, she is also a World Champion Aerialist a few times over.

    After her father's death everything in Junco's world unravels and all she thought she knew to be true is being called into question. Junco will have to make some serious decisions on limited information without really knowing which sources are the accurate & honest ones.

    J. A. Huss has crafted an interesting world that is futuristic and yet still recognizable, as are her characters, which is a real feat since some are human and some are alien. This first book in the series certainly pulls you in and I plan to read the rest of the series all in a row, and hopefully won't have to wait too long for the newest book to come out.

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