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The Catalyst (Targon Tales Book 1) by [Reher, Chris]
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Book 1 of 5 in Targon Tales (5 Book Series)

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Format: Kindle Edition
Title: The Catalyst
Series: The Targon Tales (#2)
Author: Chris Reher
From: Review Copy
Genre: Sci-fi, Space Opera
Release Date: 19th December 2012
Challenges: Winter COYER, 2015 Reading Assignment, 2015 Prequel & Sequel Challenge (2 points)
Links: Goodreads - Amazon

Nova Whiteside is as straight laced as the come, but when her mission goes wrong, the last person she expects to end up working with is her ex-lover, Sethran. Seth left the Academy without ever saying goodbye to Nova, and now he seems to be a rebel sympathiser...or is he? When it becomes clear that Nova is being hunted because of the Catalyst in her blood, she has to work together with Seth to save her life and a whole planet.

First off I feel I should apologise, firstly for it taking me so long to read The Catalyst (especially with how much I enjoyed Sky Hunter) and secondly for how long it took me to actually write my review (we're talking over a week, I finished The Catalyst at the end of February, its now the beginning of March).

Nova continues to be what she was previously: a kick ass heroine who doesn't accept being ruled by a man. Well other than her supirior officers in the army. She has her moral code and how she thinks she ought to behave and she sticks to it, or to the most part she sticks to it, Seth just seems to muddy the waters a bit.

Seth is the complete opposite. He comes across as more amoral and not really caring about what is going on, but he is actually a very complex character and the more you learn about him the more complex he becomes. At times this means that his motives aren't overly clear, but as the book progresses they do become clearer.
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The story continues with Nova Whiteside, but I still find I am wondering a little about her background and the point that got her to the start of this story. Still, like the first the story was well-paced and entertaining. I will likely go on to get the 3rd in the series
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The book has a good storyline. The story was not complex and at times just a little difficult to make the links between different people and their roles. However, given that it was a very good book to read. The two central characters are very believable and some of the concepts used are different from other books of the same Genre but interesting just the same. The book was much shorter than I anticipated, just 200 pages. I would have liked it to be at least twice as long. I have purchased the remainder of the series so will see how they work out.
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Held my interest throughout. Was not disappointed by any subject covered by the author unlike other less mature Sci-Fi writer's.
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