Fantastic review of Jenn Burke and Kelly Jensen’s Lonely Shore
I greatly enjoyed Chaos Station – book one of this series. As with book 2, Lonely Shore, the writing is smooth, characters engaging, and there’s a solid story underlining the interrelationship aspects. The science fiction is easy, well integrated, and doesn’t detract from the heart of the book: relationships and people.
Story: Zed and Flick are serving together on Chaos but neither is addressing Zed’s worsening mental condition. It’s clear that the poison is deteriorating his brain as his zoning and headaches increase heartbreakingly. To compound issues, the Chaos crew is still a target from the underworld organization they cheated and space is only so big when you need to hide.
Most of the story in Lonely Shore (more books to come in the series!) centers around Zed’s condition and Flick dealing with the affects of watching his lover slowly die. Although there isn’t as much action in book two…
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