First, the bad news: an ancient evil—you know, your standard consume-all-life-in-the-galaxy deal—is about to be unleashed. The good news? Squad 312 is standing by to save the day. They’ve just got to take care of a few small distractions first.
Like the clan of gremps who’d like to rearrange their favorite faces.
And the cadre of illegit GIA agents with creepy flowers where their eyes used to be, who’ll stop at nothing to get their hands on Auri.
Then there’s Kal’s long-lost sister, who’s not exactly happy to see her baby brother, and has a Syldrathi army at her back. With half the known galaxy on their tails, Squad 312 has never felt so wanted.
When they learn the Hadfield has been found, it’s time to come out of hiding. Two centuries ago, the colony ship vanished, leaving Auri as its sole survivor. Now, its black box might be what saves them. But time is short, and if Auri can’t learn to master her powers as a Trigger, the squad and all their admirers are going to be deader than the Great Ultrasaur of Abraaxis IV.
Shocking revelations, bank heists, mysterious gifts, inappropriately tight bodysuits, and an epic firefight will determine the fate of the Aurora Legion’s most unforgettable heroes—and maybe the rest of the galaxy as well.
I really wanted to like this book I swear I tried. But I just was more disappointed the further I read. I didn’t love the first book (Aurora Rising) but I enjoyed it a lot. I thought it was creative and interesting. But many of the things I loved about the first book didn’t seem to be in this one.
I liked the characters, but they seemed to have gotten less mature somehow. I think what the authors were trying to add as ‘lightheartedness’ really just made them seem immature and childish. There was literally a whole chapter where Scarlett talks about her boobs. Normally, I’d love this, but they’re supposed to be saving the galaxy and it just seemed out of place. There just wasn’t any sense of urgency or seriousness about the task they’re supposed to be working toward and I didn’t like that.
I also didn’t really care for this book because not much happened. There was action and adventure, but it didn’t really seem like all of the events were especially important toward their larger mission.
Overall, I wanted to love this book but it just didn’t do it for me. I wanted to like this book so much, but I just didn’t. To top it all off, the ending of this book made me so mad. I get a cliff hanger but this ending was just ridiculous. I think I’ll probably continue the series, but I hope the next book is better than this one.
Keep on reading lovelies, Amanda.