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Rookie Privateer (Privateer Tales #1) When You Are Old Enough To Finally Become An Earth Mars Citizen, Everything Should Be Perfect Right Not For Liam Hoffen He S Stuck On A Mining Asteroid Called Colony , Helping His Father Work A Claim That Is Never Going To Pay Out His Best Friend, Nick James Is Set For Life In James Rental Business And Liam Just Discovered That The Girl He S Known Forever Thinks He S Pretty Great And Now She S Leaving For The Mars Naval AcademyLiam Dreams Of Sailing The Stars Whenever He Gets The Chance, He Jets Into Space And Floats, Wishing To Be Free Of The Asteroid That Has Claimed Him What He Doesn T Realize Is That Fate Is About To Change EverythingSometimes You Have To Lose Parts Of Yourself To Gain The Stars, And Liam Discovers That While It Isn T Easy To Literally Lose Parts Of Yourself To The Pirates Who Attacked Your Home, Gaining The Stars Is Worth EverythingHe And Nick Are About To Find Out What The Real World Has To Offer And They End Up Meeting Exciting People Along The Way


10 thoughts on “Rookie Privateer (Privateer Tales #1)

  1. says:

    Rookie Privateer is a basic space opera, though a bit far fetched Sure, this is science fiction, and we all make big allowances in what s allowed on the technical side In that regard this story is fine, a classic space tale of mining and space ships and independent colonies and pirates But the character fiction is a little over the top for me I


  2. says:

    Incredibly detailed and engaging on an immensely human level, McFarlane s Rookie Privateer displays in this reader s opinion glimmers of Heinlein From P Zero to Baru Manush to the decks of the Kuznetsov, I thoroughly enjoyed the richly textured world our protagonist, Liam Hoffen, finds himself in and could absolutely relate to his initial resignation to a


  3. says:

    A thoroughly enjoyable pulp sci fi novel for a young reader not too young as there were some references to sex and prostitutes not to mention violence, I d say on the younger end of the young adult set.


  4. says:

    Good space adventureGood likable characters, technology seems good without any obvious flaws, well edited, with a satisfying ending Recommended I would rate as adult or new adult No excessive sex or violence but does have both


  5. says:

    Good start to a military sci fi A fun read, my only complaint is that the main characters seem to develop there skills ratherquickly than would seem likely but I understand needing to keep the reader interested I look forward to the next book.


  6. says:

    Excellent, Wow, A fast paced high action and adventure sci fi space opera type book, I loved it, A must read Needs to be added to a required reading list for schools Masterfully Written Get your copy today and read this one.


  7. says:

    I received a copy of this book from Booklikes in exchange for an honest review.In no way was this a bad book If anything I was a bad reader for this particular book I hate reviwing books that were well written but not my style Here it goes.McFarlane s writing is very matter of fact, straight forward, and technical If you really like sci first mechanisms and machinery and how they work, this is a great bo


  8. says:

    If you are looking for a Science Fiction Series that is written in the Old fashioned Space Opera Manner Rookie Privateer is the Book for You I totally enjoyed it Liam Hoffen, Nick James, and Tabby Masters are of the age to take the SAT and become Adults on Mars This book is a True Space Opera Liam is expected to take over his Families Mining Claim, but his whole life s dream is to go into space as a pilot Nick is


  9. says:

    Hero Pirates PrivateersLiam wants to get out of the mining business that his father and mother operate Guess what, he gets his wish All be it through heroic defense of the colony by he and his friends along with the loss of his foot He discovers that the girl he loves reciprocate Unfortunately she is on her way to the academy They claim and receive the pirate s the pirates used to attack their colony The navy also gives the


  10. says:

    This book would seem to be targeted at a younger audience, perhaps 10 to 14 years old As such, it is written at a fairly simple level and I mthan willing to lower my believable or not filter based on this being the target audience So unlike some reviews I was OK with some of the less believable aspects of the story and the extraordinary capabilities of the characters.My challenge, and the reason I dropped the rating from what would h


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