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Sirantha meets March at the psychiatric ward of the facility where he dashingly breaks in and helps her sneak out.
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He can be classified by some as a hard, inscrutable mind reader. He is a hero in his own who is dealing with a shady past himself. He vows to make a better use of his present. March supports Sirantha all the way through and she leans on him for comfort as well. Within a relatively short span of time, the two become very fond of each other. In the second book, we observe a struggle and a constant tug of war between him and his inner demons as he tries to deal with them meanwhile striving and remaining steadfast in finding his humanity.
In the rest of the books we observe March going through a lot of drama in his life and his attitude toward each, changes drastically. As mentioned before, March is in a constant battle in redeeming and reconstructing himself as an individual. It is intriguing how Ann Aguirre takes on with her characters and molds the story plot in each book.
The romance between March and Sirantha is grappling which makes the readers feel for the duo. How they overcome the odds make a fantastic and indulging story, which is a must read. If you see one missing just send me an e-mail below. Book s. The guy is a master!
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Like most reviewers I found my eyes moist once or twice during this 4th book in the Jax adventure.
This series by author Aquirre is what I consider real science fiction. Many stories are set in a future imaginary world, but do not talk about the science of the future. Killbox grabs the science of Grimspace with both hands and tries to wrestle with what it means and how it can be modified and used for human needs.
There are difficult separations between the core characters during the course of this story. Most of the book is devoted to a struggle between the humans and the Morgut. This battle becomes grimmer and grimmer and the sacrifices of all the characters become difficult to bear. The team members around Jax seem almost real to me.
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I feel like I almost understand the motives of these individuals. This makes the book vastly interesting to read in a single sitting or small series of sittings. I enjoyed the entire book even including the heavy personal losses and cliff hanger on the last page. I am lucky I only had to wait a day to start the next book in the series. Up to this book number 4, I have liked each book slightly better than the previous one in the series.
I applaud Aquirre and admire her writing.
Review: Killbox by Ann Aguirre
Hey there I was really involved, couldn't wait to get to the next chapter, and suddenly It felt less like a cliffhanger and more like there was a missing chapter at the end! Regardless, I eagerly await the next installment. This series reminds me of the fantastic sci-fi books I read as a kid, from authors like Anne McCaffrey and Elizabeth Moon. Love it! I have been eagerly awaiting for the next installment in the Grimspace series, and it was well worth the wait! The book starts off shortly after the last book, Doubleblind, with Jax resigning her role as ambassador to the Conglomerate after her stint on Ithiss Tor.
But this does not mean the end of her troubles - far from it.
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War is building up in the galaxy with growing attacks by raiders and pirates on border worlds, and far worse, the Morgut who are increasing their attacks. Oh wow! I literally inhaled this book and I could not put it down.
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It really felt like the tension and pace of the series has really stepped up a notch, and it's definitely heading towards a big confrontation. Jax has grown so much - although this was illustrated in the previous two books. Killbox really shows how far she has changed and instead of just reacting and defending herself to those who threaten her, Jax has become more proactive and is on the offense and she does it in style. In many ways this feels like a transitional book for the next arc of the series, but that is not to say it's a filler, far from it.
So many important things happened in Killbox that I feel the need to do a reread because it was so fast paced. While the galaxy is heading towards a major war, Jax has to face her own personal problems. The crew she comes to love as her family are also involved in the Armada, and have to face being separated from each other due to their different responsibilities and duties.
birdemisbewor.ml In Killbox you can see how far Jax has come to love and support her friends who have become her family, and there is some wonderful and emotional scenes where they all have to cope with separation, and their fear about the encroaching war with the Morgut. I especially love the scenes Jax shares with Vel, the alien bounty hunter, and Dina, the crew's mechanic that really heightens personal bonds she shares with them, but without crossing into sentimentalism. However, the real heartache comes with March's self imposed estrangement.
And because he took command of training and heading the newly established Armada, he placed their relationship on a hiatus. I really felt Jax's pain because she understood the reasoning due to the military confines of establishing the Armada, but I did feel like smacking him in the head. And Jax did too! Especially after they both went through hell to be together. But there was a scene that really reflects all this, and shows how much Jax loves him and highlights what their relationship is about.
Mary, how he burns, as if kindled from within by love of me. I remember its loss. I remember how I navigated him on Ithiss-Tor, filtering my essence through the dark spots in his mind, as though he were a series of broken beacons. I did it to repair him, fuse the damaged connections, so he could remember what it was to feel and love. War killed that part of him. I brought it back. In doing so, I left some of myself behind, but I think I also took part of him with me.
We are twined together inextricably now, and I wouldn't have it otherwise. And there are older faces who reappear. But I really enjoyed Evelyn's introduction, and like Jax, has many similarities as she survives a Morgut attack, and realising she was also used by the Farwan Corporation. She also holds the key in helping Jax cope with the after-affects of Grimspace exposure, as well offering new possibilities to Jax's affinity as a navigator.
And in the meanwhile, political intrigue is added with secret communications from a mysterious agent who I hope to see in latter books , and the leader of the Conglomerate whose messages were placed throughout the book which adds a level of political intrigue along with the action. Unlike Doubleblind, which was more introspective and calmer in tone, Killbox is an epic Space Opera with lots of space battles and action that does not stop until the last few pages.
Killbox also shows how much Jax has adapted and changed, and is also willing to sacrifice herself to those she has promised to protect. There are several twists and surprises in Killbox, but also several story threads in previous books that have been tied up, but also sets up bigger ones that will certainly play out in the next two books.