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Stellarnet Prince

(Stellarnet #2)

3.84  ·  Rating details ·  32 ratings  ·  9 reviews
An otherworldly love. Human blogger Genny O'Riordan shares two alien lovers: Duin, a leader of the Uprising, and Belloc, the only surviving member of the reviled Glin royal family. Their relationship has inspired millions of followers—and incited vicious anti-alien attacks.

A planet at risk. A Stellarnet obsessed with all things alien brings kidnappers, sex traffickers and
Published November 12th 2012 by Carina Press
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Jul 31, 2016 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: sci-fi-romance
Time to escape this escapism

This sequel should be classified as sci-fi rather than SFR. It was very political in nature, highlighting the worst of humanity. Depressing. It also ends without resolution to the rebellion and this book was published in 2012.
Oct 25, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Genny O’Riordan, human, has two alien mates. Duin, Genny’s first mate is a leader of the Uprising. Belloc, Genny’s other mate, is the only surviving member of the Glin royal family. Belloc’s heritage is a closely guarded secret. Their relationship has incited attacks, ridicule and many followers.

The planet is in danger, without any technology, the planet cannot be defended. Aliens are attacking the Glin and raping the resources.

Duin discovers a shocking secret. Belloc’s secret might be revealed
Don't be fooled by the cover. This is a fully fledged sf novel, not a cookie-cutter bodice ripper "set" in a pastiche sf world.
Dec 09, 2012 rated it really liked it
Originally published at Reading Reality

What goes around comes around. Saying that is a universal truth seems even more applicable when the entire universe is really involved.

The Glin believe in a kind of "rule by committee" and their society works as a type of ultimate democracy. They aren't technologically advanced in the way that humanity strives for, but it works for them. And think of Starfleet's Prime Directive. We don't know the best way their society should develop. Their way might turn o
Tahlia Newland
Feb 04, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: sci-fi
I loved this story. It’s what I call gutsy—popular fiction with real bite. The causes of conflict in this futuristic world are the same as those that caused all the horrors of human history—prejudice, greed and fear. Hilton’s story shows us that no matter where in the universe we are and no matter how different the races involved, peace will never come to those motivated by those three passions.

Genny’s love for the two Glin, Duin and Belloc is inspirational in its clarity. This is no angst-fille
Robert Appleton
Oct 13, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Space opera deluxe. This second installment expands upon the characters and world-building of Stellarnet Rebel in every way imaginable. It's the continuation of an epic story, so if you haven't read book one, go there first.

I love the prologue. It's an alien version of a Greek myth origin story, and ties the books together powerfully. There's more to Belloc's and Duin's relationship than just Genny O'Riordan. Stellarnet Prince is really Belloc's story, and that perhaps isn't emphasised as much
Oct 30, 2012 rated it it was ok
I did not read the first book in the series, but that was ok because I never felt lost. The author did a great job of catching new readers up, and slyly throwing in little back story tidbits as the book went on, so I never felt like there was an inside joke going on. The author also did an excellent job of world building, I completely got the world of the Glin. They reminded me of the Na’vi. Unfortunatley I found the main character’s boring. Ginny or J’ni was ok. Belloc was to much of an eager t ...more
Nicole Luiken
Nov 09, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: ebook, sf-fantasy, romance
A good read. Both plot and characters build on book one in satisfying, logical way. I enjoyed the interactions of the three main characters--J'ni, Duin and Belloc--and the two aliens reactions to Earth. There were two plot twists I totally did not see coming. The small sliver of Tikati POV was very cool.

Side note: This book made travelling so much more pleasant... I read it in the airport, on the plane, waiting for my shuttle, at a restaurant and finished it off in my hotel room, when I really o
Tess Baker
Nov 01, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I read an ARC of Stellarnet Prince. Like its predecessor, Stellarnet Rebel, Stellarnet Prince is packed full of awesome with just the right amount of romance and ass-kicking. I always appreciate a story that can make me laugh and make me cry (and make me angry!). Stellarnet delivers with a great plot and unexpected twists, making it an excellent continuation of the Stellarnet story!

And there's more Belloc. There's ALWAYS room for more Belloc.
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J.L. HILTON is the author of Stellarnet Rebel (January 2012) and Stellarnet Prince (November 2012), and designer of unique SF/F themed jewelry, which is featured in the books "Steampunk Style Jewelry" and "1000 Steampunk Creations." She also has a video gaming channel on Youtube.

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