Ronan: Ziva Payvan Book 3

Ronan: Ziva Payvan Book 3

by EJ Fisch

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BN ID: 2940161314005
Publisher: Transcendence Publishing
Publication date: 09/01/2015
Series: Ziva Payvan , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,002,923
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

EJ Fisch is a long-time fan of the science fiction genre. She'll readily admit that she has a vivid imagination, which can be both a blessing and a curse. She has been writing as a hobby since junior high and began publishing in the spring of 2014.

When she's not busy writing, she enjoys listening to music, working on concept art, gaming, and spending time with her animals. She currently resides in southern Oregon with her family.

Visit www.ejfisch.com or subscribe to the Updates From E.J. newsletter to stay up to date on the progress of her work. Catch the occasional writing excerpt, view concept art, and more!

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Ronan: Ziva Payvan Book 3 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
GS_Jennsen More than 1 year ago
Thrilling yet deeply emotional and satisfying conclusion. Against the backdrop of an epic, galaxy-spanning crisis, RONAN weaves together the story and character threads from DAKITI and NEXUS into a thrilling yet deeply emotional and satisfying conclusion. RONAN is Fisch’s most ambitious book to date, and it doesn’t disappoint. Take all the mysteries of DAKITI and the character development of NEXUS and add in an interstellar war and a resistance movement that wants to upend entire civilizations, and you have a sweeping thriller-turned-space opera on a scale we haven’t seen before in this series. Yet for all its grand scope, Fisch again manages to tell the most personal of stories. As families, children and those closest of allies, squadmates, are threatened, Ziva and Aroska each must come face-to-face with their darkest demons and decide just how much they’re willing to sacrifice so that others—and each other—might survive. The character arcs that have stretched across all three books are brought to their culmination with depth, nuance and emotion that feels inherently true to the characters. I hope we see further books in this series in the future, but if not, this is a thoroughly satisfying conclusion, and a worthy one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It took me well into the second book of this series to start liking the main character. Now in book three I am totally hooked. Ms. Fisch is excellent at giving her characters both depth and scope. They are not the mere "hero" or "victim." Now in book three the author seems to be reaching her stride and humor between the characters has arisen. Can't wait for book 4 in the series. Please say there will be a book 4 Ms. Fisch!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When it comes to series, an author’s job becomes increasingly difficult with each subsequent novel. Everything from previous books must be carefully woven into the new story, from characters to relationships to various plot threads. The stakes are higher than ever before, and it can be challenging to pull off an ending that satisfies readers and makes sense for the story. Simply put, there’s a lot of potential for a fantastic story. There is also a lot of potential for things to go wrong. Fortunately, in Ronan, things go very right. The story picks up right after the events in Nexus, with Ziva recovering from her wounds and on trial. Things quickly take a turn for the worst as a new enemy threatens not just Ziva and the main cast, but the entire Haphezian race. As with Fisch’s previous books, the story is fast-paced and action-packed, but it’s the characters and the relationships between them that make the series great. Several familiar faces return to this story, but the new characters introduced were some of my favorites. The relationship between Ziva and Aroska is, of course, as complicated as ever, with each one being forced to trust the other more and more as secrets are revealed and vulnerabilities exposed. My favorite part of the story, however, was the ending. It’s rare to find a series that pulls off such a good ending, and doubtless, there will be some people disappointed by the way things play out in the last few pages of Ronan. I found that the ending was very appropriate for the characters and story, however, and could not have been more satisfied. This series is definitely a must-read for anyone who love space opera, science fiction, or just wants a good story with strong characters.