Thursday, June 8, 2017

REVIEW: SARA'S STATION by Tom Howard


I bought this book at the Arkansas Writer's Conference from author, Tom Howard. SARA'S STATION is a classic scenario with twists and turns that kept me turning the pages.

     Sara is independent and more than capable, working to pay space port fees while her father recovers from an illness at the hospital. As Free Spacers, they carry goods from other planets to places like Sargon in their aging transport, the Provider.

     She never intended to get drawn into local politics but she also couldn't sit idle and watch an assassination. Saving Lordling Tig pulls the teen mechanic and Acting Captain into a drama that involves ancient technology with an attitude, a telepathic monkey, a jealous girlfriend, royal intrigue, a reptilian policeman, ancient ruins, and several white poofy dresses. Her accidental involvement might just save the planet...or destroy it.

     SARA'S STATION is a fun, easy read that left me wanting more from these well developed characters.

Available in paperback and on Kindle at Amazon.com

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