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Priestess of the Eggstone

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  • Posted January 25, 2014

    Zeresthina Dasmuller changed her name to Dace trying to leave be

    Zeresthina Dasmuller changed her name to Dace trying to leave behind the horrors of Tivor behind her. Commander Grant Lowell wants Dace for one mission to Tivor no matter the cost to her physically and emotionally. It's up to Marshall Tayvis to recruit her for Commander Lowell. Dace wants to be free to have her own ship and little peace of mind is that too much to ask for. Jerimon Pai, a pilot, searching for a crew that won't ask too many questions about his past. When both Dace's and Jerimon's past both bite them in the butt truth is needed more than lies. Jerimon admits stealing fist size black shiny rock for his own gain. An alien race searches for The Eggstone pursuing Jerimon and Dace wherever they go. Will Tayvis find Dace? Will Dace work for Lowell? Why is The Eggstone important? Your answers await you in Priestess of the Eggstone.

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  • Posted February 8, 2013

    I recieved this book through Librarything's Early Reviewers Prog

    I recieved this book through Librarything's Early Reviewers Program.

    THe story of Dace and her intergalactic adventures continues. Along with Tayvis,Lowell, and some new faces.
    Dace hires a new co-pilot, who then causes them to be hunted by 8 ft. tall aliens with poisonous claws. Leaving a trail of destruction in their wake as they try to avoid the creatures and the Patrol, who are after Dace in hope of recruiting her.
    The plot was easy to follow. The characters were likable. I felt that the story got repetitive, as if the author didn't trust her readers to remember what trouble Dace and Jerimon were in or why. We are told over and over again what Jerimon did to get the attention of the Sessimoniss.
    All in all, I liked the book. And I'm looking forward to the next installment in the series.

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