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Peacemaker (A Dalí Tamareia Mission)

4.89  ·  Rating details ·  9 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Third-gender operative Dalí Tamareia thought their life as an ambassador ended when they joined a galactic intelligence agency. When theyre yanked out of the field and tapped to negotiate the surrender of deadly bio-engineered warriors who crashed into hostile territory, Dalí is thrust headfirst back into the tumultuous world of galactic diplomacy.

Dalí has faced
ebook, 280 pages
Published March 14th 2020 by NineStar Press
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Skye Kilaen
Mar 14, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 0-genre-scifi
If you read the first book in this sci-fi espionage series and you're trying to decide whether to read this, the answer is yes. If the first book in this series looks interesting and you want to know whether to read it, the answer is yes (unless of course the content warnings etc. tell you it's not a good fit).

My review of the first book:

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This was absolutely amazing, what a stunning sequel!

Content warnings include: violence, cannibalism, torture, slavery, assassination attempt, caste system, experiments on sentient beings, substance addiction (specifically vapes), sex on-page, semi-explicit fecal matters, cannibalism; mentions of civil war, genocide.

The first book about Dalí, non-binary third gender changeling diplomant turned deep-cover spy, was already exhilarating, and Peacemaker is
Feb 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I was sent an arc of this book via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.
I realised about a few pages into this that I'd accidentally requested a second book in a series but I was so caught up with the story and the characters that I just couldn't stop myself finishing it to read the first book first. Thankfully this one doesn't give too much detail about what happened in the first book just hints, enough for a recap to people who have read it but not enough to spoil it for me. I enjoyed
Jem Zero
Mar 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
PEACEMAKER is a sequel to Hamill's book "Dalí," a thrilling space drama about a third gender changeling who, while crumbling under grief over the deaths of their family, accepts a dangerous undercover mission to save other changelings from a mysterious human trafficking scheme. Changelings are intersex humans who can assume the secondary sex characteristics of both males and females. The narrative is gut-clenching, well-rounded, and surprisingly sexy. Dalí's first person narration is visceral ...more
L.A. A. Ashton
Dec 05, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Dalí is one of my all-time favorite novels. I was given the extreme privilege of beta-reading Peacemaker, and whew boy was I not disappointed.

Peacemaker manages to incorporate the things we love about the first book--the characters, the effortless world building, the action and sass--while still being something completely new and refreshing. Characters grow and deepen, the world rises up around us and sucks us in, and new conflict drags us into the story without hesitation. I am always floored
Apr 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved the first book in this series and I think I love this one even more. The universe and storyline continue to develop in fascinating and exciting ways, and theres just as much, if not more, excitement, intrigue, and adventure here as in the first installment (Im being vague because spoilers are not cool, but trust me, the plot is riveting).

The writing style is great: lots of description and detail in a way that feels fluid and immersive, rather than overwhelming.

Without a doubt, however,
Joscelyn Smith
Apr 03, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
That ending already has me desperate to read book three. This sequel to Dali grabbed me from page one as I willing followed them on their amazing journey. The top-notch world building and highly engaging characters had me reading well into the wee hours, I cannot recommend it highly enough.

*I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book provided by NetGalley*
Didnt grab me. No slight to the story; it just wasnt for me.

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E.M. (Elisabeth) Hamill writes adult science fiction and fantasy somewhere in the wilds of eastern suburban Kansas. A nurse by day, wordsmith by night, she is happy to give her geeky imagination free rein and has sworn never to grow up and get boring.

Frequently under the influence of caffeinated beverages, she also writes as Elisabeth Hamill for young adult readers in fantasy with the

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