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Scorpio (Narc #3)

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A super-city is at war with itself - and NARC is in the crossfire. In the colony of Aurora, the city of Thule is rife with Angel. Tactical has accumulated vast evidence on a syndicate, Scorpio. Col. Janssen just buried the officers who attempted to investigate - NARC's time has come. Young Marcus Brand has been in cryogen since early in the war. Now 80, his senator father ...more
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Published (first published 2004)
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May 16, 2016 Paul rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
4.5 STARS Another absolutely heart stopping sci-fi thriller, not only is every book so far an epic in itself, they're writing, plots and overall psychological impact are excellent for their genre. Read with Valium or beta-blockers handy.
Nov 07, 2013 Xing rated it really liked it
Rating: 3.5 stars rounded to 4

By this point in the series, there really isn't much new material I can add to the review. If you liked Death's Head and Equinox, then Scorpio should be right up there with its predecessors. This installment brings in an old comrade from Death's Head (about time!) and also has more involvement with Harry Del, who took the back burner during Equinox.

My biggest gripe with Scorpio is that it didn't bring anything new in the relationship between Stone and Jarrat. While
Nov 10, 2013 Marge rated it really liked it
Lots of good action scenes, with a lot of worldbuilding, most of which was great. I did feel there was a bit too much politics between NARC, Starfleet, Tactical, temporary leaders, observers, etc. Stoney and Kevin are getting even closer and are occasionally able to enjoy their established relationship. It's Kevin's turn to go back undercover and both he and Stoney have to learn to deal with the fact that their jobs are dangerous, and one of them could be left alone.

We see Harry Del again from D
Dec 05, 2013 Lady*M rated it it was amazing
Shelves: science-fiction, glbt
This is entirely personal preference but, after the second reading, I enjoyed Scorpio the most. The book had everything: mystery, technology, politics, action. The highlight was HALO jump from space which would make Felix Baumgartner's jump the child's play. Go Ravens!

The stakes go higher and higher for Jarrat and Stone and the results are delicious. Great, great series.
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Other Books in the Series

Narc (4 books)
  • Death's Head (Narc, #1)
  • Equinox (Narc, #2)
  • Aphelion (Narc, #4)

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