Falaha's Journey: A Spacegirl's Account in Three Movements

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When a seemingly simple rescue mission turns into a nightmare, Falaha, an ambitious Danna Commander Trainee with a power she can't use properly yet, has her skills put to the ultimate test as her world begins to collapse, throwing her to the center of the conflict that might wipe out her entire race. Will the enemy kill Falaha and her crew before they can find a way to save their people? More

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About Jeno Marz

Jeno Marz is a writer from Latvia, Northern Europe, with background in electronics engineering and computer science.

She writes science fiction incorporating military, high-tech, science, horror, romance/erotic, and family relationships themes. All her fiction is aimed at an adult audience.

Jeno also discusses fiction world building on her blog.

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Reviews

Review by: Tomass V. on Aug. 28, 2014 :
This is a very unique and fascinating story that requires attention to fully embrace it, while it takes you on a fast-paced ride. Its world expands exponentially with each installment as we go along on a journey with a very young but intelligent lady and watch her evolve.

If you like well-rounded female protagonists, larger-than-life characters, darkness balanced with humor and tenderness, and universal scale beyond your wildest expectations--this book is for you.

Loved it.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: James Kresnik on Aug. 24, 2014 :
I so love this series’ ability to do it all.

It’s an epic, but told with a singular voice. It’s a space-opera on a universal scale, but it leans heavily toward intricately detailed hard science. It has big action, but it revels in down-to-earth and touching, intimate moments. It’s often deadly serious, even downright gory at times, but it balances that with interactions full of warmth and humor. It is told from an alien culture and perspective, but resonates with very human wishes and hopes. I know “this has it all,” has become a clichéd way of putting things, but what else can be said when a story has, well, everything?

There are a few practical things to note about Falaha. This is a complete omnibus edition, meaning you don’t have to wait to finish it. And while this series has a younger female protagonist, it is definitively adult in its sensibilities and action level. In all, this is a remarkable and inspired series and I hope someday to see more from Jeno Marz.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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