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Final Flight of the Ranegr

3.25  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  3 reviews
A deepening crisis aboard a deep-space colonisation vessel has forced most of its crew to evacuate to the nearest planet.

During the evacuation, a ship carrying three young friends to safety malfunctions and strands them in interstellar space.

It's not long before the Ranegr - a drifting ship of outlaws - captures their derelict vessel.

Put to work in the reactor core
Paperback, First Edition, 293 pages
Published January 16th 2019 by C S Cooper
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Mar 11, 2019 rated it liked it
It saddens me to report that this very articulate book left me with a bad case of cold feet. The author's sharp command of English, which never shines more than in the dialogues, unfortunately does not extend to the technicalities of narratology: whereas not only each of the three alien protagonists, puny fighter Zeers, blue-blooded tomboy Neliya, and genious boy-scientist Fyuren, but even the most sporadic secondary or tertiary characters are given their own personality through each statement ...more
Gus Battestini
Dec 11, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
As a novice to the world of Sci-fi, Final Fight of the Ranegr was a great first Sci-fi book to read. It included a good amount of romance, action and just overall fun. The story line is great and I especially loved the parts of it when the 3 protagonists where on the mighty Ranegr.

The only thing I would say, is the book can be hard to follow at times. Much as I liked how articular this book was, it does get a bit confusing. So my only suggestion for the author is that if there is a 2nd book
Jul 11, 2019 rated it liked it
Rating 3.5 stars.. I dont normally read sci-fi however I was given the opportunity to read this book and I have to say its quite imaginative and adventurous. I found the world building to be interesting, alien protagonists creative as well as their own language - brought back memories of lord of the rings elvish language.. I can tell the author is quite inspired by space adventures and does well in creating this story in his debut novel. I recommend to readers who love adventure stories set in ...more
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