I’ve known Audrey Faye for a long time in internet years. I’ve followed her career from her earliest days under a different name. When I heard she was turning to space opera, I did a big dance because this woman has some serious chops.
Destiny’s Song is the first act in what I hope will be an extended symphony of space opera.
As with all of Audrey Faye’s work, the characters drive the story and Lakisha Drinkwater is no exception. Her job takes her to an out of the way planet where she must figure out why she’s been sent there. The characters she meets help her learn as much about herself as she does about why she’s been sent there, but she has more than enough adventures to get her into trouble with the boss back at KarmaCorps.
I’ve thoroughly enjoyed all the books in the KarmaCorps series (Book 3, Fortune’s Dance just dropped).
If you like your science fiction with a healthy dose of woo, grab yourself a sample of this and buckle in for a very enjoyable ride.
About the reviewer:
Nathan Lowell has been writing science fiction and fantasy most of his life. He started publishing in 2007 and has no intention of stopping any time soon.
Learn more about Nathan Lowell and his works at http://nathanlowell.com