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Specters of the Dawn (Moreau #3)

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The final novel in the Moreau trilogy. Set in 21st-century San Francisco, this is the story of Angelica Lopez, a moreau descended from genetically manipulated rabbit stock. Angel was a tough street fighter-turned-waitress until Byron the fox came into her life, dragging her into the deadly underground of information peddling.
Paperback, 288 pages
Published August 1st 1994 by DAW
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Eran Brodet
Jan 25, 2017 Eran Brodet rated it liked it
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Somehow both better and worse than the previous books in the series. and nothing much more to say about it, just more fun, light/cheap reading. This time a rehabilitated-grown-on-the-street bunny character for a main one. and more of the aliens conspiracy plot development.
Alan
Feb 21, 2015 Alan rated it liked it
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I have enjoyed the two Swann Moreau books that I have read to date, but I also find them a bit frustrating. In trying to determine what my issue is with Swann's books, I think its falls into his writing.

He is not a bad writer, oh I have read much worse, but I think I would describe his overall style as stiff. And, that stiffness I think is why it takes me awhile to get into his books. With some writer's I pick up up the rhythm and fall into that rhythm as I read. I have trouble picking up Swann'
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Joerg Grau
Aug 26, 2015 Joerg Grau rated it it was amazing
The thrird novel of the amazing Moreau series. And who would have thought a rabbit would be this entertaining? First rate!
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S. Andrew Swann is the primary pseudonym of Steven Swiniarski, who also writes as S.A. Swiniarski, Steven Krane, and S.A. Swann.
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