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Seeker by T.M.  Hunter
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Aug 28, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: kindle, sfr, sfr-challenge, 2012-sfr-reading-challenge
Read in August, 2012

I am a HUGE Aston West fan! He's a little bit Han Solo and a little bit John Crichton, with a dash of Corbin Dallas thrown in. He's one of those space guys you can't get out of your head. Seeker is a stand alone adventure, which allowed T.M. Hunter to showcase some of Aston West's best features. For one, he's intelligent, combining street smarts with intuition and a mind that is always moving. And, he's got this sense of moral neutrality that leans toward more altruism than he'd like, especially where the ladies, no matter their ages, are concerned. In other words, he's not afraid to shoot someone if it's going to save someone he cares about.

The concept of the seeker was sexy and scary. I won't give away much, but you wouldn't want this mind-reader near you if valued your secrets and your sanity.

I look forward to reading much more in the vast Aston West universe and finding out more about this pirate.
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