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Star Wanderers: Fidelity (Star Wanderers #2)

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Is fidelity worth the price of freedom? Can love take root beyond the stars?

Oriana Station: a bustling frontier settlement between the Outworlds and the Coreward Stars. A popular port-of-call for free traders and independent starfarers alike—and the latest target in the aggressively expansionist plans of the Gaian Empire.

Life was simple for Jeremiah and Noemi before they a
70 pages
Published August 2012
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I liked the first one better than this one. This was just too short. And I agree with other reviewers that the language barrier should not have been so hard to overcome. Still, I like this author, the space theme, and the way he deals with the issues and choices of his characters.
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Another book in Joe Vasick's Star Wanderer series. "Is fidelity worth the price of freedom?" and "Can love take root beyond the stars"? These tag lines basically say it all. Follow Jeremiah and Noemi as they try to find these answers out!
A great story about a man deciding what sacrifices he will make for love in a society that is rapidly becoming less and less friendly towards him and his wife. It's an interesting take on sci-fi as it shows what happens to the common people as galactic power shifts.
Not bad, but getting into family drama and not much in the way of space adventure. I see it becoming a soap opera in space, and while it's fairly well written, not my thing.

If you like character drama in short episodic form, then you'll like this.
Adventures on a space station, check it out! (I know, so helpful, but I don't review or give stars to books I beta-read. *amused*)
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When Joe Vasicek was seven years old, he saw Star Wars and instantly fell in love with Science Fiction & Fantasy. A year later, when he read A Wrinkle in Time and The Neverending Story, he knew he was destined to be a writer.

As a young man, he spent several years as a global nomad, criss-crossing the United States and trekking across the mountains of the Caucasus, the shores of the Mediterrane
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