I read this book back in August and it was a fun time and I forgot to write my review for it. So here it is! This book was called Bluebird by Ciel Pierlot.
Synopsis: Three factions vie for control of the galaxy. Rig, a gunslinging, thieving, rebel with a cause, doesn’t give a damn about them and she hasn’t looked back since abandoning her faction three years ago.
That is, until her former faction sends her a message: return what she stole from them, or they’ll kill her twin sister.
Rig embarks on a journey across the galaxy to save her sister – but for once she’s not alone. She has help from her network of resistance contacts, her taser-wielding librarian girlfriend, and a mysterious bounty hunter.
If Rig fails and her former faction finds what she stole from them, trillions of lives will be lost–including her sister’s. But if she succeeds, she might just pull the whole damn faction system down around their ears. Either way, she’s going to do it with panache and pizzazz.
I really enjoyed this book. I was in a reading slump for a while and then I picked up this masterpiece and it brought me out of the slump. It was action packed. I was along for the ride as these characters had to work together to steal some objects and save some people from disaster.
I especially liked Ginka. They were a side character that was introduced pretty early on and they had a mysterious backstory that I was excited to learn more about. They also had a fun attitude and I liked how they fit in with Rig.
There were three factions that the book revolved around and we got to learn more about each as the story progressed. I loved the world building and wish this book was a series because I want more of it.
I believe this was a debut book for this author and I would gladly read more of their books!
Book Rating: 5/5
Disclaimer: I was sent this book by Angry Robot Books to read and give an honest review.
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It was not my most successful reading month but I still had some decent reads on my list! What was your favorite book you read in November? Let me know in the comments below!
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