I can't wait for more!
Intensely enjoyable, pretty much action-filled and always very readable
An action-packed space adventure . . . it kept me hooked
So vibrant and alive . . . "Oooh" factor: top marks!
Hooks in the reader from the first . . . The style and content are very reminiscent of Heinlein and Blish . . . there is much to enjoy in the witty banter between Orry and Mender, well, Orry and pretty much everyone else
A satisfyingly convoluted plot that sorts out a lot of loose ends but leaves more things lined up for a further book. It's a great read for fans of space opera and criminal capers
A page-turner that's at its best when serving up lurid images and fast-paced action . . . imaginative world-building . . . Orry remains an engaging protagonist . . . a lively sci-fi romp
Shattermoon is such a refreshing read. This is epic space opera that has a 1950s cinema serial quality to it, peopled by characters you give a damn about, worlds that feel as real as your daily commute (but obviously far more exotic and yet grounded) and a story that is so engrossing that reaching the end of it is akin to feeling like someone has unceremoniously slammed on the brakes and stopped a runaway tale that you could have happily stayed involved in forever
A great space-adventure entertainment. There's genuinely not a slow patch in the book and plenty to keep you reading it right through!
Shattermoon is a non-stop, action-packed space opera that's full of entertainment and all of the classic ingredients of adventure you might want. On the surface it's a regular mix of bandits, smugglers and imperial navy ships with a sassy heroine, but it quickly takes on a character and charm of its own.
The book is quite a ride and certainly isn't boring! If you are a fan of action-packed Space Operas with kickass female heroines then I have to say that this book will definitely be your thing and you should check it out!
I was hooked by this space adventure! An action-packed space adventure, Dominic's debut is a blast!
This is pure, unadulterated entertainment
The writing is also, as in the previous books, smart and on-point and the characters, with whom we're now pretty familiar, engaging and fun to be with
A thrilling science-fiction space adventure, never letting up for a moment, but racing from one exciting nail-biting event to the next
A book to breeze through with relish . . . For those in need of a gallivant through the stars with a bunch of mismatched chancers, Shattermoon should be at the top of your list