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4.0 out of 5 stars Intergalactic drug scandals and the "Aunts"
Heris Serrano and her compatriots are investigating the rejuve drug scandal. This the the third book in the Serrano legacy, as entertaining as the previous two and, just like the other two, was devoured from cover to cover in one sitting. The characters are well developed and definitely believable. This book introduces Esmay Suiza who replaces Heris as the heroine in...
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1.0 out of 5 stars Amateur Childs Book
This book/series had all the makings of new science fiction epic. The first few pages exposed us in detail to a futuristic earth and set the scene for what could have been a significant sci-fi opera.
Sadly it all went downhill from page twenty onwards. Elizabeth Moons writing style reflects the qualities of children's author. Characters are one dimensional, the...
Published on 5 Mar 2002


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4.0 out of 5 stars Intergalactic drug scandals and the "Aunts", 10 Jun 2001
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Heris Serrano and her compatriots are investigating the rejuve drug scandal. This the the third book in the Serrano legacy, as entertaining as the previous two and, just like the other two, was devoured from cover to cover in one sitting. The characters are well developed and definitely believable. This book introduces Esmay Suiza who replaces Heris as the heroine in the next three books. Esmay is a very worthy replacement.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Intergalactic drug scandals and the "Aunts", 10 Jun 2001
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Heris Serrano and her compatriots are investigating the rejuve drug scandal. This the the third book in the Serrano legacy, as entertaining as the previous two and, just like the other two, was devoured from cover to cover in one sitting. The characters are well developed and definitely believable. This book introduces Esmay Suiza who replaces Heris as the heroine in the next three books. Esmay is a very worthy replacement.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Amateur Childs Book, 5 Mar 2002
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This book/series had all the makings of new science fiction epic. The first few pages exposed us in detail to a futuristic earth and set the scene for what could have been a significant sci-fi opera.
Sadly it all went downhill from page twenty onwards. Elizabeth Moons writing style reflects the qualities of children's author. Characters are one dimensional, the science is ignored, and the story has only one level for the reader to follow. The premise of a 'gung-ho' granny chasing evil space 'jocks' during her aristocratic fox hunt, was not only absurd, but also had the depth of a bad Jean-Claude van Damme comedy.
If you are looking for real science fiction epics, or even just a good read, look elsewhere; perhaps try Peter Hamilton, a real author.
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