Blue Shift (The Second Species Trilogy #1) - Jane O'Reilly5

Review :: Blue Shift

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I don´t really think Science Fiction and porn is a good match. The story was readable, but the sex scenes totally ridiculous and unnecessary. Does it make science fiction that someone is trapped in a laser cage? Full of cliché really. A romance novelist just placed the story in space. I don´t know if that makes it science fiction. Maybe I rated it too high… but I don´t like to give mean scores. After all, someone has spent a whole lot of time and trouble writing this.

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Blue Shift

2187: Earth is cold, dead and divided.

The rich hide away while the rest will do anything to survive. Humanity have only one hope: crossing hostile alien territory to reach a habitable planet. It's lucky that for some, fighting their way through space is just a way of life...

Jinnifer Blue is on the run. An expert pilot, she apprehends criminals on behalf of the government and keeps her illegal genetic modifications a closely guarded secret. But when a particularly dangerous job goes south, Jinn is left stranded on a prison ship with one of the most ruthless criminals in the galaxy.

Now she must decide if she can trust her co-prisoner - because once they discover what the prison ship is hiding, she definitely can't trust anyone else...

A gripping space adventure for fans of Elizabeth Moon and Rachel Bach