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3.0 out of 5 stars Continuing 2176 series, 21 Oct. 2004
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This review is from: The Shadow Runners (2176) (Mass Market Paperback)
This is the only Liz Maverick book I've read so far but it wont be the last. From beginnig to end it keeps you guessing. The third in the 2176 series and upto now the best.
Jenny Red is the heroine and D'ekkar Han Valoren is her trouble to bare. She has to help Deck get back into Australia which is now the dumping ground for the criminals of the world. Along the way they run into the ever present shadow runners who cause all sorts of mischief.
It continues on the tales of the 22nd century but would hold up on its own. A great read for any scifi romance fans.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Suspension of disbelief is one thing, but this is ridiculous, 24 Jun. 2005
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I liked the rest of the series and so thought I would give this a go. When you read romantic science fiction, you are willing to do some reasonable suspension of disbelief, but you really do not want to have to accept that characters who are being relentlessly pursued by the "government" simply go out the only exit port with no one noticing, despite what are supposed to be such ferocious security measures that virtually NO ONE can leave.
Also I wanted to shake the heroine and tell her, look just tell him about it NOW-- you didn;t have a pass to get into that room, so someone else MUST have let you in (with OBVIOUS baddie available to have done so), and if it was your idea, why are you telling him about it immediately? I mean, of course if you wait until you get a security pass there will be a problem in being convincing. Don't you have any BRAINS, woman?
What made this most irritating was that there were some really nice bits in amongst some bad plotting, and it seemed to me that this could have been a five stars novel with just a bit more thought about being at least self-consistent in the assumptions of the story-line.
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