The Vesta Conspiracy A Space Corps Novel Review Ï 2

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The Vesta Conspiracy A Space Corps NovelDeep in space smuggler Kiyoshi Yonezawa stumbles on a mysterious ship fragment And it talks to himOn Vesta Space Corps agent Elfrida Goto is suffering through a punishment posting to the boondocks of the asteroid beltThe colonized solar system in the year 2286 has a freewheeling frontier culture but it isn't big enough for humanity and AI When a theft at the University of Vesta reveals a sordid plot taking shape far fr. A very very fun read Had to stop halfway because it was 03H50 in the morning Finished the rest today with only a tuna sandwich and yogurt between two sittings So here’s my opinion For those who dislike errors in grammar speckled across the pages you’ll find only one of them in this book Trust me these things jump out at me like black on white no pun intended I suspect this error will probably be corrected in no time though so no worries; Plot was intricately interconnected and believable which coupled with a richly imagined universe made for a very enjoyable ride; Dialogue was highly realistic and reflected the various characters’ personalities without fail I consider this book a gem in that department; too many authors fail right here Characters were many diverse and had backgrounds well meshed with the imagined universe I found myself liking a few of them;But there’s something else I’d prefer not to group together with the above points and that is the fact that abundant humor is generated by the characters’ interactions and by the author’s writing style itself I found myself enjoying this book and shirking my other duties about the houseMy method of awarding stars isn’t technical in nature If I enjoy a book I give it four stars but if I loved a book I won’t hesitate to give it fiveSeen from this perspective I give this book fire starsDisclaimer I received a free copy of this book for a fair and honest review

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Viewed Sol System Renegades seriesThe Sol System Renegades series in chronological order Keep Off The Grass short origin story Crapkiller preuel novellaThe Elfrida Goto Trilogy1 The Galapagos Incident2 The Vesta Conspiracy3 The Mercury Rebellion A Very Merry Zero Gravity Christmas short storyThe Solarian War Trilogy1 The Luna Deception2 The Phobos Maneuver3 The Mars Shock The Callisto Gambit the final novel in the seri. Well written with wry humor non stop action and evil robots Okay that's over simplifying but totally true Elfrida is sent to 4 Vesta to work with their university's astrophysics lab She's to determine viable asteroids to launch at Venus for the terraforming project that the UN is working on there Once she finds appropriate candidates she must then determine ownership and whether or not suatters have taken up residence She realizes something isn't right when over three uarters if the asteroids in uestion are in fact inhabited Fearing foul play she begins to investigate 4 Vesta basically becomes a house of horrors and it's up to Elfrida her friends and a Japanese sex bot to save the day

Review The Vesta Conspiracy A Space Corps Novel

The Vesta Conspiracy A Space Corps Novel Review Ï 2 Ã Deep in space smuggler Kiyoshi Yonezawa stumbles on a mysterious ship fragment And it talks to himOn Vesta Space Corps agent Elfrida Goto is suffering through a punishment posting to the boondocks of the asteroid beltThe colonized solar system in the year 2286 has a freewheeliOm Earth Kiyoshi and Elfrida join forces to stop the looming threat to humanity's survival Racing through space and across the surface of the giant asteroid they must expose the truth behind the Vesta conspiracy before it destroys thousands of lives starting with their own The Vesta Conspiracy can be read as a standalone adventure Chronologically it's the second novel in the Elfrida Goto Trilogy Volume I of the well re. Enjoyed this tale despite it not being in one of my preferred genresWhen I read the Blurb of this book I was uite sure that the writer had an interesting imagination So despite The Vesta Conspiracy not being the type of book I would normally read and despite the fact that this appeared to be the second story in the book’s series I pressed ahead I’m glad to say that I enjoyed itI found this peek into the not so distant future to be clever a little unsettling and uite believableIt took me a little while to get around the writers’ language but once further into the story it actually added to my enjoyment and it was nice to be reading a story where the writer didn’t insult the audience by explaining every little detail but definitely being descriptive enough This actually made me feel a sense of achievement as I turned the pages got to grips with the jargon and progressed through the universe in which the story was setTogether with demonstrating the writers’ imagination and originality the diverse nature of his fictional characters was another positive factor for me I didn’t feel alienated no pun intended at any point during the story and this is something that is important to me as a reader especially when exploring foreign genresIf I could give three and a half stars I would three is probably about right for me Considering the fact that I’ve never been interested in reading stories that aren’t set on the planet Earth and still had my interest piued I think readers familiar with the genre will enjoy it even than I did