Trading in Danger (Vatta's War) ePub download
by Cynthia Holloway,Elizabeth Moon
- ISBN: 1400158273
- ISBN13: 978-1400158270
- ePub: 1230 kb | FB2: 1592 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Science Fiction
- Publisher: Tantor Audio; MP3 - Unabridged CD edition (November 17, 2008)
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 599
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Trading in Danger is book of the five-part Vatta’s War series.
Trading in Danger is book of the five-part Vatta’s War series. All five books are narrated by Cynthia Holloway, whom I grew to like as narrator of the early Chicagoland Vampire books by Chloe Neill. Her voice and cadence work terrifically for the book and the characters. Elizabeth Moon brings A very welcome change in pace after reading a couple of historical fiction novels and a non-fiction book about sex! Trading in Danger is strategy-filled space opera.
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Vatta's War series 1 Trading in Danger 2 Marque and Reprisal 3 Engaging the Enemy 4 Command Decision 5 Victory Conditions. These 5 books are not so much a series as one long novel - there's one story arc, and you really need to read all five to get to the (satisfying) conclusion. I somehow had the misapprehension that there were only 4 in the series - luckily the public library came through and got me expediently!)
Vatta's War is a science fiction series by American writer Elizabeth Moon, comprising five books: Trading in Danger (2003), Marque and Reprisal (2004) (Moving Target in UK and Australia), Engaging the Enemy (2006), Command Decision (2007), and . .
Vatta's War is a science fiction series by American writer Elizabeth Moon, comprising five books: Trading in Danger (2003), Marque and Reprisal (2004) (Moving Target in UK and Australia), Engaging the Enemy (2006), Command Decision (2007), and Victory Conditions (2008). They have been characterized as military science fiction similar in style to the works of Lois McMaster Bujold (Vorkosigan Saga), David Weber and Walter Jon Williams (Dread Empire's Fall).
With the Vatta's War series, award-winning author Elizabeth Moon has claimed a place alongside such preeminent writers of military science fiction as David Weber and Lois McMaster Bujold. Now Moon is back and so is her butt-kicking, take-no-prisoners hero. Marque and Reprisal (Vatta's War, by Elizabeth Moon. Kylara Vatta, risk-taking, rule-breaking, can-do heroine of Trading in Danger, is back in business–the kind that’s anything but usual–in the new military science fiction adventure by ace action storyteller Elizabeth Moon.
Trading in Danger vw-1 (Vatta’s War Elizabeth Moon. Year Published: 2003. The free online library containing 500000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Year Published: 2004. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.
The first volume in the Vatta's War series . Because, whatever the risks, it's in her blood to trade - even if the currency is extreme danger. I thoroughly enjoyed Trading in Danger and wholeheartedly recommend it' THE BOOK SMUGGLERS.
The first volume in the Vatta's War series - action-packed military SF from the Nebula Award winning author of The Speed of Dark. Ky Vatta is a highly promising military cadet with a great future ahead of her, until an insignificant act of kindness makes her the focus of the Academy's wrath. She is forced to resign, her dreams shattered. For the child of a rich trading family, this should mean disgrace on a grand scale.
Command Decision: Vatta's War: Book Four by Elizabeth Moon (Paperback, 2007). Elizabeth Moon served in the US Marine Corps, reaching the rank of 1st Lieutenant during active duty. Engaging the Enemy by Elizabeth Moon (Paperback, 2006). She has also earned degrees in history and biology, run for public office and been a columnist on her local newspaper. She lives near Austin, Texas, with her husband and their son. Twenty-six of her books are in print, and she won the Nebula Award with her science fiction novel Speed of Dark (also shortlisted for the Clarke Award), and was a finalist for the Hugo in 1997.
Title: Trading in Danger. Author: Elizabeth Moon. Genre: Science Fiction. Publisher: Del Rey Publication Date: September 2003 Paperback: 357 Pages. Why did I read this book: The first book in the Vatta’s War series, this is a title that I vaguely remember reading – or picking up, enjoying, but never really finishing – when it first came out. Recently, I’ve been on a science fiction kick, so when I was consulting my shelves for potential Old School Wednesdays books, this one immediately jumped out at me (along with A Soldier’s Duty by Jean Johnson, the Honor Harrington series, and Tanya Huff’s Valor books).