Gyrfalcon

Gyrfalcon

by Anna Butler

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BN ID: 2940157380472
Publisher: Anna Butler
Publication date: 01/23/2017
Series: Taking Shield , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 89,007
File size: 440 KB

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I love space opera, with spaceships and laser pistols and humanity fighting for its survival against unknowable, unfathomable aliens and, at the same time, against itself and humans’ own worst traits. Yes, I’m hopelessly old fashioned!

I am currently working on two, quite different, series of books:
• The Taking Shield series is a classic space opera with handsome young men wielding lasers—a love story, but not a romance.

• The Lancaster’s Luck series is a classic m/m romance, but with the added twist of a steampunk world where aeroships fill the skies of Victorian London and our hero uses pistols powered by luminferous aether and phlogiston.

To keep in touch with publication of new books in each series, you can follow my blog and sign up for my newsletter at www.annabutlerfiction.com

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Gyrfalcon 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
InkedRainbowReads More than 1 year ago
ThreeStar Gyrfalcon is a somewhat good military space opera book with a somewhat poor romance tacked on. The protagonist, Bennet, is likeably brave and smart. A good hero to follow to Hell. His love interest is the charming Flynn, a hotshot pilot who has as much swagger as talent. Bennet, however, has two issues I didn't care about as a reader. First, his daddy issues, which come to a head as he's assigned to his father's ship after a long, estranged period. His father doesn't approve of his homosexuality, which seems a very grafted-on 20th century problem that wouldn't exist in the distant future without some world-built explanation. (I know science fiction is a metaphor for our lives, but the keyword is metaphor). Second, Bennet has a lover back home, Joss, who he doesn't seem to like or get along with. This does cause a reasonable amount of angst eventually, but it remains tedious in concept. Bennet's struggles with his identity are real enough, but his life choices aren't helping him. Except for his career, which is, admittedly, awesome. The world-building is excellent, as are the sci-fi elements, which all perhaps deserved a better plot to inhabit them. The sex, too, is worth waiting for, neither too much or not enough. Everything fits together nicely. Gyrfalcon isn't my cup of tea, but judging by other reviews, many find the flavors enchanting. I was given this in return for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads. C.E. Case