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Recovery Man by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
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Jun 16, 2009

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bookshelves: sci-fi, z-2009
Read in July, 2009

Actual rating is more like 3.5.

The kidnapping of a woman on a moon of Jupiter intersects with Flint's research into his dead mentor's files. Flint finds some information about his family and investigates as he finds out things weren't really the way they seemed.

This book was much like the others in the series, but a little less exciting. Yes, we do find out more about Flint and his family, and yes, there is cross-cultural struggle, and yes, there are a few action-packed chapters. However, the overall feel of the novel wasn't quite as quick-moving and engaging as I've come to expect from the previous books. Still worth reading if you've read the others in the series, though. I was surprised that DeRicci really didn't show up at all.

Rating: PG-13, mild language, some violence.

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