Book Review: Rapier by R.A. Correa

TREY STONE

Whoa! – This book surprised me a lot. It’s difficult to know where to begin, so let’s start with some plot:

There’s two protagonists; Kathy Masters and Cindy. Kathy is a woman on her way out in the world, working as a photographer, employed by the Galactic Geographic Society. Cindy is just a child, and by coincidence, they’re both on the S. S. America when it gets boarded by pirates. Thus begins the story of their 9 years aboard the Rapier.

This is a fantastic sci-fi adventure. There’s spaceships, space battles, fascinating planets, and of course aliens. And it’s all mixed together with a kind of 1600’s piracy-vibe, and it’s amazing. I was hesitant at first, thinking it was a bit slow to start, but this book is exactly the reason why I never put a book down before I’ve gotten well into it, because it got so good.

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