Astra: The Harrowing

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Even the smallest spider could fell a two-ton Chrisna bear if it bit in a sensitive spot. For Magnius Zoleki and the others, the trick is to find it without getting caught. He may not have a chance in hell of convincing Amii Martin to join the rebellion, but to exact their freedom, Magnius needs to go through Amii -- even if it means killing her. Book 3. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781465877642
About Lisa Eskra

Lisa Eskra graduated from the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology with a master’s degree in Chemistry. Science fiction has inspired her imagination since childhood, cultivating a life-long fascination with the universe. She lives with her husband, son, and two dogs near Chicago — at least until an outpost is constructed on Mars.

Astra: Synchronicity, the first book in the Astra trilogy, is FREE for download. Book two, Astra: The Reckoning, was released March 25th. The final book of the trilogy, Astra: The Harrowing, is available as of September 1st.

She's currently working on a short story to be released in December, and in November she will start work on her next novel.

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Reviews

Review by: Michael Cannon on July 12, 2012 :
I enjoyed the series overall. However, Magnus's own deliberations after a while just seemed forced for much of the book. I kind of felt like saying man up and get the boink on. Others characters seemed to have quick ends just to wrap them up.

Anyways, Aimee rocks all the way through being herself and doing the best she can. The ending gives possibilities to sequels that I'd be interested in following up with.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Dave Reid on Nov. 16, 2011 :
After having read the first two in this series I chompin' at the bit to sing my teeth into this one. I was checking the site every couple of days. First let me say, if you have not read the first books in the series go do that first. This is not really a book that makes a lot of sense without the back story provided by the first two INCREDIBLE books. Now having said that I want to stress that I like this book allot. I found the loose ends were tied up pretty nicely although a couple of choices only make sense if there will be another series. Having said that I think there is some real potential for future use of the tesserach. They will need it to survive the next onslaught from a new enemy. As good as these books have been, I have 2 major criticisms to make. In the first two I was very pleased to see judicious use of sexuality that was really necessary to the story line and very little coarse language and I was quick to praise Mrs Eskra for maintaining that high standard while writing two extremely good books. In this third book however I was VERY disappointed to see the amount of swearing that both served no purpose and departed significantly from the standards set in the first two. There was nothing in the plot requiring it that couldn't have been handled in a more professional manner. In the first two books what sexuality there was furthered the plot line in important ways. In this third volume it seemed like most was placed there merely to titillate rather than explore Important plot points. As much as I enjoyed the book as a whole, I was VERY disappointed by these two issues and sincerely hope it will be remedied in the future or I will likely stop reading and supporting this otherwise FINE Author. Regards, Night Rider GP
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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