Hunted

Hunted After escaping from pirates with an emperor s ransom in loot in NASTRAGULL Pirates young Alec Horn takes refuge in a roving collective of space stations and massive starships called New Frontier A fr

  • Title: Hunted
  • Author: Erik Martin Willén
  • ISBN: 9781490454863
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Paperback
  • After escaping from pirates with an emperor s ransom in loot in NASTRAGULL Pirates, young Alec Horn takes refuge in a roving collective of space stations and massive starships called New Frontier A freewheeling neutral territory, New Frontier is an ideal place for him to regroup and outfit an expedition to rescue the colleagues captured along with him For Alec is actualAfter escaping from pirates with an emperor s ransom in loot in NASTRAGULL Pirates, young Alec Horn takes refuge in a roving collective of space stations and massive starships called New Frontier A freewheeling neutral territory, New Frontier is an ideal place for him to regroup and outfit an expedition to rescue the colleagues captured along with him For Alec is actually Alec von Hornet, noble son of the noble house of Hornet, military leaders of the Nastasturus Federation He s already managed to rescue Alexa, the pirate girl he s fallen for, from the clutches of the notorious Zoris af Sun an artist of questionable and downright cannibalistic tastes.But Alec has made immensely powerful enemies, who will spare no expense to destroy him and recover what they consider rightfully theirs Along with fleets from Nastasturus and the rival Florencian Federation, three massive pirate armadas descend like locusts upon New Frontier, triggering a cataclysmic battle.Crippled and flung deep into space by an explosion, Alec s ship becomes the quarry of every bounty hunter, news agency, pirate, pirate hunter, and government in the sector His fate hinges on who finds him firstd whether that person is swayed by the record setting bounties offered for Alec s head Meanwhile, the voice of Nastra, the universe, is speaking again to Alec as well as to his shadowy enemy, the inhuman Marquessa de la Hoff But there can be only one Listener and the Marquessa is willing to trigger universal war to be that One.

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    1. The author did an excellent job of developing a storyline that was full of epic space battles and political intrigue. I could not stop reading once I pick the book up. It is full of twist and turns in the story that keeps you asking, "what can possible happen next?" I love the way Erik Martin Willen developed his characters in the first book of the series, Pirates, and continues to build on them as you read this epic adventure. I really liked the way I could identify with the hero and how he cam [...]

    2. THE NASTRAGULL SERIES (part 2)The second part in my series was actually supposed to be the continued story in part one (Pirates) and due to the large volume I decided to divide the first book into two. Since then I feel that I have developed quite a bit as an first time author and the fans will noticed that I have developed as a writer in the rest of the parts.Writing a great story is like drawing a beautiful painting. Sometimes an artist will use a favorite color, and at other times a lesser fa [...]

    3. This is the second book in the Nastragull series. The first was a mash-up of a ton of genres and was really dark, different and intriguing. This one kind of just went back and forth between sci-fi space battles and the erotic romance blossoming between the two main characters. It felt a bit more diluted than the first and wasn’t quite as gripping.

    4. I feel the book is a little all over the place at times, sometimes covering events spanning weeks in a couple lines only to slow down and make detailed descriptions of pretty nasty sexual acts. The author writes well (although, this version needs some proof-reading as there are several misspellings here), but I'm not sure if this genre is for me.

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