Against the Odds (Serrano Legacy Series #7)

Against the Odds (Serrano Legacy Series #7)

by Elizabeth Moon
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Against the Odds (Serrano Legacy Series #7) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have to apoligize ahead of time, because I am not a writer. I have read all of the books in this series and this one was most captivating. Elizabeth Moon is a very talented writer and can bring the plot to life. I feel that getting this book in hard cover was very worth it. I am very glad I did not wait for the paperback. The last chapter very nicely puts how I feel about the military personel and how the general public percieves them. Thank You Elizabeth Moon.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Esmay Suiza knows that marrying Barin Serrano against the wishes of both their families will have consequences, but she doesn't anticipate being dismissed from the Fleet on the orders of a Serrano admiral. As Esmay makes her way to Castle Rock, in hopes that her friend Brun Meager-Thornbuckle (of the Familias Regnant) may help, she has no idea that Barin has come close to dying in battle. Traveling aboard a trade-ship that doesn't normally carry passengers keeps her insulated from much of what's happening in the rest of Familias space, as the Fleet is torn apart by mutiny and Brun's family finds itself under attack from within. This seventh volume brings the Heris Serrano/Esmay Suiza series to a rousing conclusion, as the characters we've come to love find their places in the universe and their meticulously drawn society meets its greatest crisis. I'm disappointed that the author leaves several plot threads unresolved (or at least not clearly so), but it's an excellent read just the same. Especially the last poignant, downright haunting chapter.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Lots of long slow spots, but the worldbuilding is fantastic (as always). The characters are first rate, deep, and beleivable.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After The vast disappointment of 'Change of Command', I almost waited for the paperback. But As I hoped this book brought the plot left so frustratingly unclimaxed in the previous book to a satisfying conclusion. One piece of advice, if you haven't read 'Change of Command' yet and intend to, buy this book too. Moon should have edited 'Change of Command' and 'Against The Odds' into one Great book.