He's a criminal. She's far from it. Together, they’re Earth's last hope... they just don’t know it yet.
Sinbad sh'en Singh had
everything. A thriving smuggling career, his hologram on wanted
posters on eleven planets, and plenty of women. Then she walked into
Andrea Talltrees, member of a backwards cult not believing in space travel or anything else invented after the Twentieth Century. She wants him to find her husband, a fugitive accused of being an Albegensian spy, the planet currently at war with Earth.
He doesn’t want anything to do with an Earther, but a massive culture clash and a heavy dose of instant attraction get in the way, sending good sense flying out the viewport.
They'll brave some very unsavory characters, maybe even prevent a second interplanetary war...if they can stop arguing.
Sinbad sh'en Singh is the quintessential anti-hero: bold, brash and a devil inside or out of his airship. Andi Talltrees is brave and fearless, committed to home, hearth and the Naturals culture. When the chips are down and she must find her husband, she leaves home and hearth and often forgoes cultural mores in order to survive.
Funny how near death experiences, one after another, shows a woman—or a man—what's worth fighting for.
This sci-fi adventure will keep you turning the pages—it's that good. At times funny, then frightening, it is a heart warming experience. Give yourself a gift by picking this one up. It's a wonder.
On a scale of 1-5, Star Smuggler: The Last Voyage deserves a 7.
Kat Henry Doran, Wild Women Reviews