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They were built to serve us, not to hunt us. Aiden Simeon hasn't had a normal life. That's how he became a tech with a mercenary group on Havoc Station, one of the roughest places in the galaxy. He's inherited the responsibility of three other kids, while he's still just a kid himself. The Lancers are the only ticket out of the system, and he intends they'll be on that They were built to serve us, not to hunt us. Aiden Simeon hasn't had a normal life. That's how he became a tech with a mercenary group on Havoc Station, one of the roughest places in the galaxy. He's inherited the responsibility of three other kids, while he's still just a kid himself. The Lancers are the only ticket out of the system, and he intends they'll be on that transport when they go. Provided, of course, he can solve the problem of a cyber attack on the station, survive the war with a new and overwhelming enemy, and learn how to fit in an evolving world where nothing can stay the same.


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They were built to serve us, not to hunt us. Aiden Simeon hasn't had a normal life. That's how he became a tech with a mercenary group on Havoc Station, one of the roughest places in the galaxy. He's inherited the responsibility of three other kids, while he's still just a kid himself. The Lancers are the only ticket out of the system, and he intends they'll be on that They were built to serve us, not to hunt us. Aiden Simeon hasn't had a normal life. That's how he became a tech with a mercenary group on Havoc Station, one of the roughest places in the galaxy. He's inherited the responsibility of three other kids, while he's still just a kid himself. The Lancers are the only ticket out of the system, and he intends they'll be on that transport when they go. Provided, of course, he can solve the problem of a cyber attack on the station, survive the war with a new and overwhelming enemy, and learn how to fit in an evolving world where nothing can stay the same.

17 review for Cry Havoc (War in the stars #1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Fionna Guillaume

    I couldn't wait to read the latest Jolie Mason Scifi novel! Ever since discovering the amazingly detailed world she's created with her 'Home in the Stars' and '47th Lancers' series, I was excited to see what comes next. Cry Havoc does not disappoint. Full of familiar characters, with the alien menace inherited from earlier books, it takes the collection a step further in developing more the life on Space Station Havoc, and digging deeper into how the AI works in this world. In addition, we get t I couldn't wait to read the latest Jolie Mason Scifi novel! Ever since discovering the amazingly detailed world she's created with her 'Home in the Stars' and '47th Lancers' series, I was excited to see what comes next. Cry Havoc does not disappoint. Full of familiar characters, with the alien menace inherited from earlier books, it takes the collection a step further in developing more the life on Space Station Havoc, and digging deeper into how the AI works in this world. In addition, we get to know more about Aiden, a minor character from earlier books, who grows into a fascinating person in his own right. I was rooting for him from the first page, and my emotions rose and fell with his. This is pure Scifi, so don't go looking for romance here! (Too bad for me. That's always been my favorite part!) But there are plenty of frissons to enjoy, of the friendship variety, and hints of possible relationships in the future... it's good stuff. A worthy addition to Jolie Mason's impressive collection!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mistral Dawn

    Aiden is a young man who knows the meaning of responsibility. At an age when most people barely manage to take care of themselves, he's managing to be mother and father to three younger children who have lost their parents. Knowing his impromptu family is in danger, he's determined to get them passage off their space station with a company of mercenaries he has signed up to work for. Now, if only the rest of the universe will cooperate. I really enjoyed this story. It's the kind of dystopian/spac Aiden is a young man who knows the meaning of responsibility. At an age when most people barely manage to take care of themselves, he's managing to be mother and father to three younger children who have lost their parents. Knowing his impromptu family is in danger, he's determined to get them passage off their space station with a company of mercenaries he has signed up to work for. Now, if only the rest of the universe will cooperate. I really enjoyed this story. It's the kind of dystopian/space opera-y story that causes readers to just fly through the pages. The characters are interesting and well-developed, and the world-building is fun and thorough. This is a story that's based off a related series, so it might be a good idea to read it first. Overall, 5 stars, and I'm looking forward to the rest of the series.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Pandora Spocks

    5 STAR Beginning to a Great New Series As a huge fan of Jolie Mason, I was super excited when I found out that she has a new series. In Cry Havoc, Aiden Simeon is a very young man with a load of responsibilities, not the least of which is the care of his ad hoc family, three orphaned kids for whom he strives to provide. He's working as a tech with the Lancers, a fact which pleases me to no end--I loved Mason's 47th Lancers series, and I'm thrilled that she's brought back some of those characters. 5 STAR Beginning to a Great New Series As a huge fan of Jolie Mason, I was super excited when I found out that she has a new series. In Cry Havoc, Aiden Simeon is a very young man with a load of responsibilities, not the least of which is the care of his ad hoc family, three orphaned kids for whom he strives to provide. He's working as a tech with the Lancers, a fact which pleases me to no end--I loved Mason's 47th Lancers series, and I'm thrilled that she's brought back some of those characters. Cry Havoc is fast-paced sci-fi, but it has heartbreaking moments and a deeply character-driven core. Take it from me, you will want in on the ground floor of Jolie Mason's new War in the Stars series. Can't wait for the next installment--5 BIG STARS!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Dale Keck

    Available Kindle Unlimited but must have gotten a review copy/freebie. Dystopian sorta, space opera sorta, interesting read just really hard to explain. writer of Cry Havoc, Red Sky at Night: A short story (Home in the stars Book 0) Home is the sailor (Home in the stars Book 1) and Dimensional Shift: A Free Short Story which doesn't seem to findable with that title anywhere, some books are free/permafree, for sale, on KU Available Kindle Unlimited but must have gotten a review copy/freebie. Dystopian sorta, space opera sorta, interesting read just really hard to explain. writer of Cry Havoc, Red Sky at Night: A short story (Home in the stars Book 0) Home is the sailor (Home in the stars Book 1) and Dimensional Shift: A Free Short Story which doesn't seem to findable with that title anywhere, some books are free/permafree, for sale, on KU

  5. 4 out of 5

    Harry Sanford

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

  7. 4 out of 5

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  8. 4 out of 5

    R Hammann

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lori Darlette Dunklin

  10. 4 out of 5

    Gaja

  11. 4 out of 5

    Karmen

  12. 4 out of 5

    E_bookpushers

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jen

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jeanna Massman

  16. 5 out of 5

    Brenda

  17. 4 out of 5

    Louise H - ⭐ Life in the Book Lane Reviews ⭐

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