Sky Hunter (Targon Tales 1)

Rated 4.83/5 based on 6 reviews
Air Command pilot Nova Whiteside is assigned to a remote outpost to guard a new orbiter against sabotage.
When she is trapped behind enemy lines in a bloody uprising she meets Djari, a civilian whose trust in the governing Union is shattered by what he has witnessed.
When she uncovers the treacherous and illicit schemes taking place , it seems that local wars are the least of her troubles. More
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About Chris Reher

Living in Canada, it is inevitable that those who lack enthusiasm for snow-related activities tend to stay indoors for a good portion of the year.
Thank goodness for computers. I became a web developer and eventually authored some text books about HTML and CSS, pleasantly surprised when they were picked up at the college level.

But I've always loved fantasy worlds and writing about what might be possible, given a certain suspension of disbelief and a rude assault upon the laws of physics.
Since I've always suspected that there is far too much gravity on this planet, I tend to take my people to other worlds.

Coming soon: an unabashedly cheesy space opera and another case of genetic malfeasance.

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Drossman reviewed on on Nov. 13, 2017

Very well written! Good story line that keeps a very good pace with little dead space. Looking forward to reading more of her work.
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Michael Malyon reviewed on on Oct. 15, 2017

Very good story!
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RetiredSaint reviewed on on April 24, 2016

This is another great space opera from Chris Reher. This is a well-developed plot with well-developed characters. Nova has to put up with male chauvinism, a traitorous boyfriend, attacks by rebels, loss of friends all while trying to make Hunter Class. This is a must read if you enjoy Sci/Fi.
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RetiredSaint reviewed on on March 24, 2016

Absolutely fantastic - this is a GREAT read - a book that was hard to put down. I will definitely be reading more from this author.
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Stan Adelman reviewed on on Dec. 7, 2014

Great start to a new science fiction's series. The characters were well drawn, and the action scenes were incredible. It's the kind of book that's almost impossible to put down. I can't wait to begin reading the rest of the books in the series.
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Glen Romero reviewed on on Feb. 10, 2014
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I really enjoyed this novel. It had a great tempo and the characters were likable. I like how It shows Nova over coming what happened to her and the twist at the end. The clues were subtle and fall into place when the twist is revealed. I'll be reading the other books in the series.
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roy finch reviewed on on Dec. 8, 2013

Very well written. Nice steady plot with out a lot of boring sections.
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