The biggest danger of the Kumadai Run lies on a fractured world buried deep in an area of twisted space When the Phoenix is caught in a trap five hundred years old, Dace faces the most demanding challenge of her life.
Kumadai Run The biggest danger of the Kumadai Run lies on a fractured world buried deep in an area of twisted space When the Phoenix is caught in a trap five hundred years old Dace faces the most demanding chall
I think I've enjoyed this volume of the series most so far. It's like an episode of classic Star Trek--our heroes run into a mysterious planet that sucks in ships and never lets them go, and only Dace and her crew can solve the mystery and save everyone. Lots and lots of fun to read. The ending did start to drag a bit--I wasn't sure what the point of all the getting-lost-in-corridors was, and the wrapping up of everything, while satisfying, was also longer than I expected it to be. But the first [...]
This is a fun series and I love the main character. She seems to find trouble wherever she goes but also seems to always stumble her way out of it somehow, though usually with a few scars to show. In this book we get introduced to one or two more people who will hopefully become recurring characters in subsequent books. I'm really looking forward to seeing what the next great adventure is for Dace and I'm hoping she will have a lot more in this series!
My favorite of this series so far. Kept me glued to the story the whole way through. Love that character growth doesn't disappear between books. And each new trouble that Dace runs into is different with different troubles and requiring different growth, and leaving different trailing repercussions. Reminds me of what I loved best about Andre Norton's stories. The sense of strangeness. Of something completely different. Love that.