Thursday, May 14, 2015

Starbase Human (A Retrieval Artist Universe Novel: Book Seven of the Anniversary Day Saga) by Kristine Kathryn Rusch

Science Fiction

From WGN Publishing:

Can the fate of a forgotten starbase hold the key to the Moon’s survival?
Long before the Anniversary Day bombings brought the Moon to its knees, a far-flung starbase became the testing ground for a diabolical plan: the annihilation of every human inhabitant by an army of clones.

Every lead to the masterminds behind the bombings uncovered by criminal kingpin Luc Deshin dead ended in an Earth Alliance connection.
Undercover operative Iniko Zagrando refused to play patsy for the Earth Alliance Military Division Intelligence Service, and now he’s fleeing for his life from his old bosses.

And Frontier Marshall Judita Gomez puts her own life and the lives of her team on the line when her search for the origins of the Anniversary Day assassins leads to an Earth Alliance cloning factory.

From the quiet courage of a Disappeared who struggles to decide whether to come out of hiding to the potent fury of a master criminal who puts a plan in motion to strike back at an overwhelming enemy, Starbase Human brings readers one step closer to the exciting conclusion of the Anniversary Day saga.

Starbase Human takes us closer to the end of the Anniversary Day Saga.  Once again we visit the past and proceed to the present.  Each part brings moves closer to the end of the series and everything points to a truly explosive ending.  More pieces of  the puzzle are in place.  There are some new characters as well as some from previous books.  Each has a part in finding out who has targeted the Moon.  Like previous books there are several different stories featuring different characters.  Each story is very well-developed and each contained a hint about what is to come.

I love the series and recommend it to anyone who loves Science Fiction mixed with a mystery.   I have Masterminds on pre-order and it will go to the top of my TBR list as soon as it comes out.
I do need to add that this is a series that needs to be read in order. 

WMG Publishing released Starbase Human by Kristine Kathryn Rusch in 2015.

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