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Wayfarer Aegis

(Wayfarer #0)

4.29  ·  Rating details ·  17 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Before the Pritchard and Decker, Adara had a contract on an explorer class ship. The ship was supposed to be her home, the crew her family. With a rigid by the books captain, Adara found herself written up, reprimanded and in danger of losing her contract. Still she forms bonds with people on the crew. Carving out a niche, she finds a balance until fate intervenes with a d ...more
Kindle Edition, 84 pages
Published March 7th 2015
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C. Billie
Nov 01, 2019 rated it liked it
Eileen and I connected through Facebook and she offered me a free copy of this book. Which I accepted.
If the author intended Adara and her manner of handling the stubborn ignorance and biases of others towards her kind to be a metaphor of tenacity, courage and selflessness then she succeeded. There was also good, intense conflict throughout.
I must say, though, that I think the author may have rushed to end the story way too soon and, in doing so, character and plot development didn't quite hit t
Lawanda Gail
Dec 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is a prequel to the Wayfarer series. It is Sci-fi. Adara is gutsy and I loved her. She is a true hero. I cant wait to read this series.
Jul 05, 2020 rated it really liked it
This is a great prequel to the Wayfarer series. Adera is a strong character. This has amazing world building and character development. The story has great detail.
Hannah Palmer
Jul 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This book was really good yet completely heartbreaking. I felt so sorry for Adara and hope everything works out for her.
Joy Whiteside
Jun 21, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I could not put this down. From the moment that I started reading, I had to keep reading till the very last page was read. It moves along at a great pace, has interesting characters that you want to know more about and a story that will keep you reading and turning the pages. I cant wait to read what happens next. This has to be read.
Jun 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Wayfarer is a prequel to what happens to Adara before she gets the job on the Pritchard. Adara character is strong and no matter what happens she holds her head up high and carry’s on with that ever she has to do. Even through all the pain and the hate towards her she holds her head up. You get to find out what happen to Adara and why when in certain situations she goes behind the walls she has built up to stop getting hurt. I am so looking forward to reading more about Adara.
Vicky Molloy
I enjoyed this book thoroughly it tells you more about arars story before joining the Pritchard, I read book 1 and then read the sequel but I would recommend reading this first then book 1 as they flow nicely into each other
Patricia Hamill
Pretty quick read at under an hour. This is a prequel to a series, providing background for the main female protagonist, Adara, and her world (loosely speaking, since this is set in space).

This story, as a prequel, introduces some ideas that I think are likely important to the series. There are the Services, which I interpreted to be sort of like a space navy, and the Wayfarers of which Adara is a halfbreed are sort of like a combination of space mage and human, perhaps a mutation born of long g
Erica Oliver (Arlow Winters)
*Contains Spoilers* My poor heart!

Oh my poor little heart. Adara has such a rough life. Losing her parents at just 10, then being left by her other family, goodness me. My heart aches for this FMC. She is treated so poorly because of her ancestry. No one seems to care about this poor girl and I want to smack so many of the people in this book. They treat her as nothing more than trash and it is so hard to watch, read, whatever. She makes very few friends, saves many people, almost forfeiting her
Pj Gaumond
Jul 18, 2016 rated it really liked it
This was a great short read. I enjoyed the story and am looking forward to reading more of the Wayfarer series. The resilience of Adara (the female character) to deal with adversity is uplifting. If the full length books are as good as this one I would recommend to any female.
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Angela Armstrong
Sep 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I love this

I've always wanted to know more about the Aegis and what happened. Everything just gels a little better now that I know even more. This prequel is the cherry on top of a gray series.
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From poetry to novel, I enjoy telling a good story or expressing a heartfelt emotion. I've been published in Circle Magazine, The American Tarot Association's Quarterly Journal, What's Cooking America, Children, Churches and Daddies, placed second in Words of Women 2010 Writing Contest, 2012 Daily Flash, and The Deadman’s Tome. I have a bachelor's degree in business and a second bachelor's degree ...more

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