Ambassador 3: Changing Fate

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An ancient ship that was thought lost returns to inhabited space. Where have they been and what do they want? More

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Words: 95,470
Language: Commonwealth English
ISBN: 9781311451194
About Patty Jansen

Patty lives in Sydney, Australia, and writes both Science Fiction and Fantasy. She has published over 15 novels and has sold short stories to genre magazines such as Analog Science Fiction and Fact.

Patty was trained as a agricultural scientist, and if you look behind her stories, you will find bits of science sprinkled throughout.

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Review by: Chris Gilbride on April 14, 2017 :
The adventures, or misadventures, of Cory Wilson continue in this, the next instalment of the Ambassador series.

Delegate Wilson discovers that the exchange outage that necessitated his trip to Asto in the previous book, was caused by the return of a ship that vanished 50,000 years ago. Political intrigue as the various factions within the entity gamra bicker and jostle for an advantageous position ensues. Cory and his team once more are left with the task of pulling it out of the fire.

Another good read. There's humour, action, mystery and a little bit of the thriller all rolled into one. The only thing missing is the clash of battle, but that isn't the essence of these stories. These are about a man, struggling to understand and survive in a melting pot of different cultures where everyone is essentially an offshoot of humanity. Cory Wilson's main weapon is his words and his mouth.

A wonderful description of the new, or should I say old, arrival. It took a moment to visualise it, but then ... hey why not? If you have that technology why be restricted to using it as we would?

Three days to read on the way to and from work and just before going to sleep. On to the next volume.
(reviewed 18 days after purchase)

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