Azula Carver

Azula Carver

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by Thomas DePrima
     
 
Throughout her career, Admiral Jenetta Carver had continually set aside her own interests for the good of the service as she worked tirelessly to bring peace to the Galactic Alliance. But the more she sacrificed, the more the people in power expected, and required, of her-- without any apparent consideration for her personal happiness or work gratification. But when

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Throughout her career, Admiral Jenetta Carver had continually set aside her own interests for the good of the service as she worked tirelessly to bring peace to the Galactic Alliance. But the more she sacrificed, the more the people in power expected, and required, of her-- without any apparent consideration for her personal happiness or work gratification. But when the Admiralty Board nominated her to be the next Admiral of the Fleet, and the Galactic Senate approved the appointment, all without first asking her if it was a role she was willing to take on, she decided she'd had enough.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940151185776
Publisher:
Vinnia Publishing
Publication date:
10/01/2015
Series:
A Galaxy Unknown , #10
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
356
Sales rank:
14,489
File size:
726 KB

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Azula Carver 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Same wonderful characters fun read. Too short, want to read and read and read. Going back and reading the previous novels. Definitely worth buying first book and reading entire series if you love strong smart woman lead characters.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not a bad read. The story feel like it running out of steam and theres not to much left to tell. This series would make a good mini series on the Syfi network, i hope Mr DePrima has one more left to give a good finish to the searies.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great continuation of the saga! My only complaint would be that it was too short :-)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
How good? Read all ten books in one week.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked the way the story went. The unknown factors are there and you wonder where it will lead next.
Anonymous 3 months ago
Very good continuation of the story
Anonymous 5 months ago
Another great novel in this wonderful series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The editing takes a lot away from book. Things like strange chare tors and the king signing a message as "kink" instead instead of King around page 245. Many story elements simular to Weber Honor Harrington.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read the entire series twice now, as I wanted to refresh my memory in order to read the latest book. I enjoyed all the books though this was a bit shorter than I hoped. There is some similarity Honor Harrington series as one person stated, so what! There are enough differences and outcomes to make reading this series enjoyable, fun, and relaxing. When the next book comes out I intend to buy it as well. Too bad it isn't already available.
cocodog More than 1 year ago
Throughout this series of books (all of which I have read and, in the main, enjoyed) I was struck by how much the main character resembled Honor Harrington...not just in gender and choice of occupation.. but pet (Jumaka vs Tree Cat), the role of "landed gentry", etc. However there was enough character distinction between the two to keep me interested. I was even willing to over look the author's tendency to use the same situations over and over (Jennetta locked in the indestructabe building on Dakistee while the Bad guys try to break in, Christa in the indestructable building..) However, this new book has not a single redeeming quality. In the most boring piece of literature I have encountered since Benford's "Bowl of Heaven" more than 50 pages deal with the birth and naming of kittens. This following an equal number of pages clearly taken from the religion-centered friction in today's world, and tendentious, smarmy and simplistic attenpts to deal with serious refugee problems. We again see the reflection of Honor Harrington as Jenatta learns to communicate with her pets, and it is as boring here as it was in the Harrington novels, and not nearly as well written. Save your money and buy haslloween candy. It will be far more enjoyable than this book!
hobbit1968 More than 1 year ago
A good filler in between main books.