A Superior Slave (Ganymede Quartet Book 0.5)

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
A Superior Slave is a prequel introducing the books of the Ganymede Quartet, a fantasy of Gilded Age New York. Martin of House Ganymede is a fully-trained companion slave eager for a master, though of course he will have no say in who buys him. When he meets tall, handsome Henry Blackwell at auction, he’s found the one he wants, but does this shy master want him? More
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About Darrah Glass

Darrah Glass is a writer and generally inquisitive person who likes her fantasies to be as historically accurate as possible. She loves research, sex scenes, and researching sex scenes. She’s married and happily childless, does yoga, never cleans her house, likes shoes and toenail polish, and is vain about her hair. As far as her priorities are concerned, she’d rather write than do just about anything else, and she drives a 15-year-old car but carries really nice purses.

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Reviews of A Superior Slave (Ganymede Quartet Book 0.5) by Darrah Glass

Karl Five reviewed on Feb. 6, 2016

I would have given it 5 stars if the entire first half of the book wasn’t so repetitious that I wanted to yell at the author, “Get it moving! Enough already with everyone being sorry to leave his friends, worrying about his future, and engaging in repetitious interludes of sex with each other!”
And that’s not to mention that there are so many characters being introduced that I could barely remember who was who.
However, things picked up as soon as they got to the slave auction. From there on, I just had to keep reading so I could find out which master would purchase Martin. If the entire book had moved along as well and as compellingly as the last half did, I wouldn’t have been so tempted to stop reading.
Just prior to posting this review, I got another book in this series. Haven’t finished it yet, but so far it’s much better, plot-wise, than the previous book. Just wanted to note that here, so that prospective readers don’t judge the entire series by the introductory book.
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nanetteraebrumfield reviewed on Nov. 14, 2014

I really enjoyed this book! Touching story. I could not believe the ending! I was so looking forward to Martin and Henry's meeting :) cant wait to read more.
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