The Pirates of Sufiro

The Pirates of Sufiro

by David Lee Summers

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780738868189
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Publication date: 09/28/2001
Pages: 301
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 0.80(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

Preface9
Part I.New Granada
Chapter 1A Quiet Burning in the Darkness13
Chapter 2Marooned29
Chapter 3Homestead43
Chapter 4The Settlers63
Chapter 5New Granada82
Part II.Tejo
Chapter 6The Nantucket101
Chapter 7The Seduction116
Chapter 8The Exploration of Tejo134
Chapter 9The Betrayal153
Part IIIThe War
Chapter 10The Cluster173
Chapter 11Showdown185
Chapter 12Homecoming205
Chapter 13The Border Skirmishes220
Chapter 14Negotiations237
Chapter 15Camlan Pass253
Part IV.The Cluster
Chapter 16A New Perspective271
Chapter 17An End to Hostilities288
Acknowledgments301

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The Pirates of Sufiro 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The legendary space pirate, Ellison Firebrandt would one day be forced to stop pirating by his own mother. She would give him the choice of being arrested, or he must settle down on another planet. Ellison chose to settle on a planet that was uninhabited with the only crew that Admiral Barbara Firebrandt left him. Carter Roberts, his lieutenant, and Suki, his lover were all destined for the same fate of isolation. Isolation on the planet they called Sufiro would be the beginning of a new life. Suki gives birth to a daughter they all nickname Fire, and later Suki is suddenly killed by a poisonious insect. Roberts and Ellison raise Fire to be her own person, and when the time comes for Fire to explore the galaxy and start a life of her own, he will not object, he does not want her to feel the way he does toward his mother. In the meantime Sufiro is becoming more settled with people looking for a new life. Some are perfectly happy being farmers others come to be more greedy. Wrecking all of the dreams that Ellison pictured for his planet. It will come down to Fire¿s son, and the help of his pirate grandfather and a few others, to settle the war forming on Sufiro. Yes, even in space¿war is possible. The Pirates of Sufiro by David Lee Summers is a trip into a whole other galaxy. Action packed adventure, and well thought out story line, make this novel a pleasure to read. Mr. Summers has a knack for penning out of this world science fiction, sometimes it was a little hard to follow, but it came together beautifully in the end. 4.5 Hearts
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good read. I highly recommend this book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago