I Choose Anna Burke as my Hostage, or Review of Sea Wolf

Well nothing makes a writer happier than a review like this! Thank you, Bett!

Bett Norris

Swashbuckling doesn’t begin to describe this compelling, fast-action sequel to Compass Rose. I started this book yesterday, and finished it today. It only has one spaghetti stain. I couldn’t stop reading through lunch. This outstanding sci-fi eco fiction novel can be read without first reading the prequel, but why would you want to? When I say that this is fast-paced, I mean that you can dive in without an oxygen tank, but there won’t really be enough breaks to come up for air, so be prepared. Set in the 26th century, long after humans have thoroughly scourged and ruined the planet and its oceans, Rose and her band of friends, fellow pirates, shipmates, face imminent dangers, and not all of them come from the very hostile environment, or what’s left of it. It is not only the planet we have royally raped and pillaged, we seem intent on destroying…

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