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Love's Labor's Won (Schooled in Magic Book 6) by Christopher Nuttall, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00UT0VA6O/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_TTnyvb0MA6350

Love’s Labor’s Won – Another great book in this series

Cast in Flight by Michelle Sagara https://smile.amazon.com/dp/0778319709/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_RlIyxbPQP9DYX

Cast in Flight by [Sagara, Michelle]

The Tournament by Matthew Reilly

The Tournament by Matthew Reilly

At just below 40 000 words this is really a novella rather than a full size novel. Normally I am not to interested in these shorter works like novellas and short stories. However, this particular one is written by the author of The Nameless War trilogy which I like quite a lot. I am currently reading the third book in that series. The book blurb also did appeal to me so I gave it a shot. [...]

The Job Offer – Nice small novella by the author of The Nameless War trilogy.

At just below 40 000 words this is really a novella rather than a full size novel. Normally I am not to interested in these shorter works like novellas and short stories. However, this particular one is written by the author of The Nameless War trilogy which I like quite a lot. I am currently reading the third book in that series. The book blurb also did appeal to me so I gave it a shot. [...]

The Lost Command (Lost Starship Series Book 2), http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SIBU454/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_awdm_MumCvb0NED1YZ

The Lost Command – A pretty good continuation of The Lost Starship

I have been putting off reading this book, the sequel to Into The Dark, for a while since I was not too thrilled with the idea of this women hater captain. I have been afraid that it would just frustrate me enough to utterly dislike the book. I was of course no too thrilled with this nonsensical age of sail kind of “science” in the first book either. [...]

Mutineer – I liked it more than I thought I would do.

I have been putting off reading this book, the sequel to Into The Dark, for a while since I was not too thrilled with the idea of this women hater captain. I have been afraid that it would just frustrate me enough to utterly dislike the book. I was of course no too thrilled with this nonsensical age of sail kind of “science” in the first book either. [...]

This is another very enjoyable book in the Man Of War series. Not unsurprisingly it continues he adventures of Max Robichaux and his, now, firmly established crew. Unfortunately I read this book when I was in Sweden attending my fathers funeral and I did not really have the time (or tools) to write a review at that time so I am writing this from memory and my memory have a tendency to be coated with Teflon at times. [...]

Brothers In Valor – Another really enjoyable book in the series.

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