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Indentured (2012)

by Scott McElhaney(Favorite Author)
3.53 of 5 Votes: 5
The Mystic Saga
review 1: The premise of the story is quite interesting, indentured people, who have been recreated from MRI scan information being sent across the solar system to create a colony on another planet. However the story could have been more in-depth, parts were fairly predictable in my opinion, and when you do find out the answers to mysteries in the story - they don't feel very satisfactory. I didnt particularly like the ending either, although I suppose it was quite clever really. I won't say anything as I don't want to spoil anything and it is such a short story, that I can't really say much about any of it. If you enjoy sci-fi then you will probably enjoy this, and if you don't well it's not even 100 pages!
review 2: Sci-Fi At Its Best!I bought this book out of sent
... moreimentality. The synopsis of this book reminded of Stargate SGU season 2 meets Stargate SG-1 season 1:18 "Tin Man" episode where the SG teams ventures to a post-apocalyptic planet and the lone caretaker clones the entire team unbeknownst to them. Anyhoo, the Stargate franchise is my all-time favorite franchise and I couldn't resist the nostalgia.That said, although this was not a Stargate episode, this story was excellent and I am so glad I took a chance on it. I loved everything about the storyline, the premise of the story, the constant feeling of apprehension and paranoia that everyone in the story was suspect to the conspiracy.This fast and fun read will continually keep you on your toes. The plot is ingenious and creative. The story hooked me from the very beginning, I felt like I never wanted this book to end.I highly recommend this book to fellow SF fans and also fellow dark urban fantasy readers who are looking for a good space opera book but do not want to end up with a space romance. I can't wait to read Legacy, next book in the series.I also recommend:The Clones Of MawcettSpace Trippers Book 1: Trippin'Mutineer (Kris Longknife)Peacekeeper: A Major Ariane Kedros NovelThe Renfield Syndrome (Rhiannon's Law, Book Two) less
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A good read thatstarted pretty well but sort of dipped away at the end a bit.
this book should have been much longer
For 77p it was okay.
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