Ashra

Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
During a failed mission against the Sanctum Empire, Alan Belmont, an Einhart officer, rescues an escape pod from a doomed ship. He learns that it contains Ashra, a young Sanctum princess whose psychic powers make her wanted by every side. Alan is forced to balance his duty to the Einhart with keeping the princess safe, all while he and his team continue fighting the Empire's royalty and creations. More

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About Jon Lang

I was raised deep in the Midwest, where the land is sold in acres and the horses, cows and chickens outnumber people. I fled as soon as I could by going to UC-Berkeley, and ended up graduating with a degree in Japanese with a few years of molecular cell biology on the side. Fleeing even further, my travels took me to Tokyo, where I discovered the best sushi and the worst weather. The wind has now blown me to Seattle, where I can be found running down Pike St. yelling, “Go Seahawks!” at the top of my lungs, in turn scaring small animals and children.

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Review by: nigil on Jan. 7, 2019 :
An immersive space opera for any space-action fan, different enough to stand out and other enough to stay remembered.
Following Ashra's coming of age is very interesting, and a bit sad, and though it's not truly a military sci-fi story, there is lots of fighting action to be had.

The plot is solid and the story well-rounded, in a unique universe; and as a definite standalone story, you won't be missing an unwritten sequel (in this age of serials).

Though I felt it to be a bit two-dimensional –with the good heroes fighting the evil-empire villains–, and some fights felt a bit comic-style (with super-powered 'boss-level' enemies), that's only really apparent in retrospect; and then again Ashra has quite the super-power herself, so that's only fair.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
Review by: bsherrill9 on July 7, 2016 :
Had trouble putting it down, read through it in 2 days. Lots of action and a interesting plot. Hope we will get a sequel, as I feel like there is more to explore. Overall a great sci-fi story.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Richard Gates on June 19, 2015 :
I enjoyed this book. I am going to find the sequel. A hectic and involving story which kept reminding me of a film, not the story but the style. It was also a good long read. I want to be in the world for a good chunk of time.
(review of free book)
Review by: posidous1 on Jan. 11, 2015 :
Plot: very good. Allows reader to think ahead.
Writing: Very good, almost what I call vision writing. That which allows reader to visualize the story line.
Character description: Fairly good, with more writing author, I believe, will improve.
Overall rating 4/5
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