Survivor New Release Special Price Action Packed Science Fiction with a Female Hero When everyone runs who will stand Nova is a new recruit to the Jagged Maw an elite bounty hunter guild During a routine

  • Title: Survivor
  • Author: Saff S.J. Bryant
  • ISBN: 9781505407877
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Paperback
  • New Release Special Price 0.99 Action Packed Science Fiction with a Female Hero When everyone runs, who will stand Nova is a new recruit to the Jagged Maw an elite bounty hunter guild During a routine collection, she finds herself dragged into the middle of an alien uprising The Ancients, merciless beings set on reclaiming the universe, have only one person leNew Release Special Price 0.99 Action Packed Science Fiction with a Female HeroWhen everyone runs, who will stand Nova is a new recruit to the Jagged Maw an elite bounty hunter guild During a routine collection, she finds herself dragged into the middle of an alien uprising The Ancients, merciless beings set on reclaiming the universe, have only one person left to stop them Nova She must battle the Ancients, time, and her sanity, in order to stop the annihilation of the human race Fear the hero who has nothing left to lose Buy now to join the fight

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    • Michael Cairns says:

      Survivor is a short, punchy, science fiction story with a twist. We begin just as Nova is screwed over by the guy who gave her the job. You get the feeling it's not the first time it's happened! From there, things go from bad to worse. She ends up on a planet being excavated by the mysterious Confederacy, the evil group that seem to own half the galaxy. But it turns out they aren't the ones she really needs to worry about. The excavation unearths something far worse and it falls to Nova to deal [...]

    • Marcin says:

      Very entertaining book with a lot of action and a female protagonist which doesn't happen very often in sci-fi. The story is simple and there's only one plot thread which makes it a really fast page-turner. I'm looking forward to reading the other books in the series.

    • Chris Guillory says:

      Survivor literally starts with a bang as Nova’s ship, Crusader, loses its fuel cells. “Loses” meaning exploded leaving people stranded in space. Nova is a bounty hunter and I’m instantly reminded of Samus Aran from the Metroid series. Like Samus, Nova is a lone wolf flying through space looking to claim reward money by (re)capturing intergalactic criminals. Leaking fuel and having fifteen dollars to her name, she seeks the closest bounty in order to pay for the repairs to her ship. I dre [...]

    • Peter Koevari says:

      Survivor is a story which is very dear to me, having worked so closely with Saffron Bryant in her writing of it.We are presented with a science fiction story, which I would personally describe as "Tomb Raider meets Fifth Element".Nova is a bounty hunter, accompanied by a robot that I had grown quite fond of: Cal. In fact, Cal is probably my most favourite character in the book. We follow Nova as she finds herself in the middle of an alien awakening, and how she handles dealing with the aftermath [...]

    • Sarah says:

      I liked the exciting action, conflict and struggle for survival in this book. However, I felt that the story could have been longer with a more extensive background and character development. I liked the main character and parts of her story were hinted at but never did quite come to fruition. There's definitely this whole universe out there, with an interesting social and political structure I'm sure,we just never get to see it. And I truly hope there are actually some people or at least other [...]

    • Patrick A Terpening says:

      Enjoyable read in one sittingMy reviews aren't deep or literary. I just rate by does the story keep my attention? This book was a great and grand adventure from cover to cover. It's a bonus Rio me that this is from a new Australian writer. Excellent editing with very few grammar, syntax, our spelling errors.

    • Dayna says:

      I should have stopped reading when I read "Smashwords" on the copyright page. The company founded on the notion that anyone can smash a bunch of adjectives and adverbs together and come up with something worth reading.

    • Graeme says:

      Loved it. As simple as that.Nova was a tough, take no prisoners sort, that reminded a lot of Mal from Firefly. I liked her immediately.The world building was somewhat lacking, but did not detract from the novel. We were given exactly what we needed, within the confines of the narrative. While I would have liked more, at the same time, it was not needed.The plot galloped along at a nice pace, I never found it to be dull, or just going through the motions. Nor did it resort to any of the usual spa [...]

    • BobA707 says:

      Summary: Hectic. Space opera SF, lots of action Plotline: Not well thought through and a bit silly at times, but plenty of actionPremise: Really doesn't work and generally glossed overWriting: fast and furiousEnding: lucky escapePace: Never a dull moment!

    • Claire says:

      Nova is a bounty hunter, smuggler and all round 'jack of all trades'. When a surprise attack by pirates leaves her stranded and damaged without a cargo, she doesn't sit down and cry, but decides to pick up a bounty on two terrorists in order to pay for the repairs to her ship. She follows them to a desert world and convinces the team of Confederate (Evil space empire) scientists to let her work. Unfortunately this is an archaeological dig for ancient space weapons and bad stuff is about to happe [...]

    • Masquerade Crew says:

      REVIEWER: JINXY3.5 ON THE MASQ SCALEI had a hard time getting into this book; I could only see Nova, the main character, as just another version of 'Lara, Tomb Raider'. I persevered however, as I had agreed to review the book. It did pick up around Chapter 5, and Nova began to take on her own characteristics. Landing on a virtually abandoned planet currently in the hands of the Confederacy for a retrieval job, as she is a bounty hunter, her troubles really begin and, boom, the book took off.As s [...]

    • Alasdair Shaw says:

      One woman against an ancient menaceThis story was destined to be right up my street. Some of my passions include archaeology and science fiction so something that combines the two is in line to either make me very happy or seriously annoy me. Luckily it does the former.I liked Nova, the lead character, but it is really Cal, her robotic assistant, who steals the show. I want more of his personality and presence; I'm sure it will be there in the rest of the series. I hope that future Confederacy c [...]

    • Mari says:

      I don't normally write reviews for books, but I felt I had to for this one. It's something special. The descriptions and characters are really fantastic. I'm a huge sci-fi nerd, and this has the makings of being an amazing series. I've been severely spoiled with some insane space opera books in the past, so I've been having trouble catching onto any sci-fi lately. This one really hit the bullseye though. Definitely pick this up if you enjoy some futuristic sci-fi world-building goodness, complet [...]

    • Andrew says:

      The book hooked me up in a first few paragraphs (the they books are supposed to do). The bad-ass female heroine with no bullshit attitude, the possible back-stories of robot companion and ship. Was happy about a possibility of finding another series I will like.Unfortunately after the tomb is opened the story starts going downhill. The decisions made are questionable. The aliens are dull. Some chapters feel like they were added to pad the length of book. The ending is unsatisfying and just lazy; [...]

    • Nicole says:

      I got the Nova Chronicles set of five books at a discount. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed them and before I knew it I had finished book 10 in the series. The books are a fast read and each book has Nova facing a new adventure or challenge while continuing the theme of her desire to escape The Confederacy with the help of her friends. I will read any additional books that come out in this series and have recommended this series to a few friends.

    • Mark Ames says:

      Solid shoot up type sci-fi. It is a book one in a series and it does a good job of back-grounding and universe building. Interesting female lead created and written by a woman - those facts make for an interesting spin on the lone wolf overcoming a tough childhood in space trope at the core of the novel. Fun read looking for to continuing the series.

    • Ruth says:

      Like that old commercial for Lay's Potato Chips - nobody can eat just one!Once you start in on this series, you just have to keep going. Good pacing, comfortable writing, straight-up sci-fi with no pretensions. The characters are believable and believably flawed.Go ahead and get the 5-ebook set. You won't want to stop after just one.

    • Gail says:

      really great bookI loved the book and the characters, including the robot were so funny and smart. Nova is a woman who would be tough to beat anywhere. When I grow up, I want to be her. Lol. Great combination of earth legends and outer space danger. Looking forward to reading the next in this series

    • MIKE ROBERTS says:

      HmmStaff spent way to much time on Nokia's experience with being shot with the time vortex gun. So you can skip quite a few pages where he rambles on about stuff that has no real purpose in the story. I am a sucker for sequels so I will get the next book. Let me read the next book before you buy this one

    • Mikey Campling says:

      A very enjoyable scifi tale. I found the main character extremely engaging and there was lots to enjoy in this book. A solid piece of scifi and well worth a read.

    • S says:

      A good strong entertaining start to the series.

    • Theo says:

      Why wouldn't she use the Confederacy medbot with the other guy disabled before leaving his ship? Seems foolhardy for a survivor not to take advantage of all available resources.

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