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Casmir has survived against impossible odds, and now he longs to return home. But an invasion force is blockading the Kingdom’s wormhole gate, and it would be suicidal to fly through it now. Worse, his family and friends are stuck on the other side, with hostile forces attacking their home world. The only way Casmir can help is to find out who’s behind the invasion… and c Casmir has survived against impossible odds, and now he longs to return home. But an invasion force is blockading the Kingdom’s wormhole gate, and it would be suicidal to fly through it now. Worse, his family and friends are stuck on the other side, with hostile forces attacking their home world. The only way Casmir can help is to find out who’s behind the invasion… and convince him to stop. But Casmir isn’t known for his ability to strong-arm people, and this is one enemy who won’t be won over by his friendly demeanor. As he soon finds out, he must face the very rich and very powerful person who’s been trying to have him killed for months.


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Casmir has survived against impossible odds, and now he longs to return home. But an invasion force is blockading the Kingdom’s wormhole gate, and it would be suicidal to fly through it now. Worse, his family and friends are stuck on the other side, with hostile forces attacking their home world. The only way Casmir can help is to find out who’s behind the invasion… and c Casmir has survived against impossible odds, and now he longs to return home. But an invasion force is blockading the Kingdom’s wormhole gate, and it would be suicidal to fly through it now. Worse, his family and friends are stuck on the other side, with hostile forces attacking their home world. The only way Casmir can help is to find out who’s behind the invasion… and convince him to stop. But Casmir isn’t known for his ability to strong-arm people, and this is one enemy who won’t be won over by his friendly demeanor. As he soon finds out, he must face the very rich and very powerful person who’s been trying to have him killed for months.

30 review for Planet Killer

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tamara

    More than worth the Patreon subscription. Thoroughly enjoying this series! This book has the most POV’s yet. I kept waiting to see Zee pop up as the chapter protagonist 😜

  2. 4 out of 5

    Thomas Iles

    Degraded derivation My two major complaints are this. First how is it even possible for a (1) freelancer with a genetic monkey... oops lion, (2) a feral old knight, (3) a banished grumpy knight, (4) a studly young son, (5) a murderous prirate all of whom have separate ships, goals and plans end up exactly where our (6) wimpy hero n his martial butt kicking female friend go or shall I say need them to be. At the exact moment needed? On top of that impossible drivel they all come together exactly in Degraded derivation My two major complaints are this. First how is it even possible for a (1) freelancer with a genetic monkey... oops lion, (2) a feral old knight, (3) a banished grumpy knight, (4) a studly young son, (5) a murderous prirate all of whom have separate ships, goals and plans end up exactly where our (6) wimpy hero n his martial butt kicking female friend go or shall I say need them to be. At the exact moment needed? On top of that impossible drivel they all come together exactly in time to save the day! Reason number 2) Only to be so stupid these supposedly brillant minds go duh at exactly the right moment so super villian #2 can escape and open the way for yet another teaser book where no doubt everyone once again shows up at exactly the right place to vanquish #2 only to find the mastermind #1 their own king and sonny boy are the real villains! To be finished in ahh 2, 3 eh 10 more stupid books! Zero plot, character development zip and general delivery exactly the same as every book to date. Just change names and you have all books to date! It is getting tedious! I have held on till now. Please change it up some and mayhaps not all show up at the exact moment! Two. It is becoming a soap opera not a science friction adventure.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    Fun has run its course I've got admit that there is some fun reading here but I think that I'm not going to bother with more books in the series. The lucky outcomes and the denial about the results of being good good subjects has reached saturation point. The kingdom is headed by sociopaths and the good guys are behaving like characters from a YA novel. I admit that in the real world, there are too many people who would do the same but it became aggravating. Still it was fun while it lasted. Fun has run its course I've got admit that there is some fun reading here but I think that I'm not going to bother with more books in the series. The lucky outcomes and the denial about the results of being good good subjects has reached saturation point. The kingdom is headed by sociopaths and the good guys are behaving like characters from a YA novel. I admit that in the real world, there are too many people who would do the same but it became aggravating. Still it was fun while it lasted.

  4. 5 out of 5

    StormBlessed Fox

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 2.5 star out of 5 PlanetKiller was a disappointment for me It felt repetitive and some characters were so much one dimensional it was on nerve. On the other hand Zee and his new army were hilarious and princesses Oku pov was a nice additional touch but the other areas were either boring or a repeat of what we have seen before. Kasmir and Kim are force by The prince to build an army of crushers and build a biological weapon,so they runaway to do their own thing,and they track Prince Dubashi to his ba 2.5 star out of 5 PlanetKiller was a disappointment for me It felt repetitive and some characters were so much one dimensional it was on nerve. On the other hand Zee and his new army were hilarious and princesses Oku pov was a nice additional touch but the other areas were either boring or a repeat of what we have seen before. Kasmir and Kim are force by The prince to build an army of crushers and build a biological weapon,so they runaway to do their own thing,and they track Prince Dubashi to his base and prevent him from hiring mercenaries with the help of Rache, The prince to ensure Kasmir cooperation captures Bonita and Qin.

  5. 4 out of 5

    RB

    Interstellar inrigue, with villains and good folks A good continuation of the intriguing story Buroker has created in the previous 6 books. The plot twists and turns, with villains and heroes, humor and suspense. Very enjoyable.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lizzie

    This is book 6 of an 8-book series. While each book ends with a continuing plot, usually involving the main character in jeopardy, I enjoy the books so much I can accept the cliffhanger aspects. The story is a space-faring adventure with humor, resulting in several laugh out loud moments in each book. The Star Kingdom series stars a robotics professor nerd with health issues, Casmir, who really just wants to do the right thing and not see people hurt. His home planet is not so honorable, althoug This is book 6 of an 8-book series. While each book ends with a continuing plot, usually involving the main character in jeopardy, I enjoy the books so much I can accept the cliffhanger aspects. The story is a space-faring adventure with humor, resulting in several laugh out loud moments in each book. The Star Kingdom series stars a robotics professor nerd with health issues, Casmir, who really just wants to do the right thing and not see people hurt. His home planet is not so honorable, although some of its citizens do eventually come to see his point of view and assist him in his causes (a King's Knight) or at least ignore his actions and provide some advance warning of impending doom (a warship Captain). Casmir's roommate is an autistic scientist; his clone is a gene-cleaned pirate; and his best friends are crusher robots, a sentient space ship, a catwoman, a princess, and eventually every politician and ruler he meets - except his own King. It's a wonderful cast of characters with varied and oftentimes quirky personalities. Buroker's strongest writing is her characters and she is even capable of making a dozen robots and vacuums have individual and engaging personalities. The story line and world building are well done. Beginning with Casmir being chased by an unknown enemy for unknown reasons, the series unfolds as Casmir escapes, solves problems through science, makes friends of enemies, discovers who he is, and somehow becomes the Kingdom's number one enemy by resolving problems with his unique gifts and unexpected ability to stumble through convincing powerful people to become his supporters and allies. Very important to me, her books are well-edited and my reading experience is free of poor grammar, misspellings, and typos. I have enjoyed Buroker's Fallen Empire and Star Kingdom science fiction series so much that I even read a few of her fantasy series, a genre I usually avoid.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mike Crate

    Events in the twelve systems continue to be chaotic thanks in part to the discovery of the spare gate pieces, the Kingdom remains under assault with only the odd blockade runner making it through and meanwhile Casmir and his friends have orders to create a bio-weapon and make more crushers. As they transit to System Stymphalia and attempt to convince Sultan Shayban for access to his resources more and more ships (mercenary, military and civilian) flood into the system. It's quite amazing that Ca Events in the twelve systems continue to be chaotic thanks in part to the discovery of the spare gate pieces, the Kingdom remains under assault with only the odd blockade runner making it through and meanwhile Casmir and his friends have orders to create a bio-weapon and make more crushers. As they transit to System Stymphalia and attempt to convince Sultan Shayban for access to his resources more and more ships (mercenary, military and civilian) flood into the system. It's quite amazing that Casmir is still alive after all his approach to life and all its little humps and bumps is on the surface not conducive to survival but he is still around and on the trail of the individual or group who originally sanctioned the attempt on his life. The only chance to survive threats from all quarters is to play everyone off the other and Casmir for all his desire for a simple life is proving to be extremely competent at getting people to do what he wants. Planet Killer continues the high standards the series has set, the writing and characterisation is strong and the plot twists and turns with wild abandon. A solid addition to the Star Kingdom series and highly recommended, onto the next book.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jordan

    Great addition to the series. We got to see more of Princess Oku which i've been dying for since the start of this series, we get more Z in a manner of speaking, And we see some progress with the Asger's. If I had to pick anything that stopped me giving this a full five stars I think it had to be because of Kim. I've never been fully behind the Kim or Rache situation, although I do find some moments cute so I imagine those that do enjoy the realtionship find them absolutly adorable. In this volu Great addition to the series. We got to see more of Princess Oku which i've been dying for since the start of this series, we get more Z in a manner of speaking, And we see some progress with the Asger's. If I had to pick anything that stopped me giving this a full five stars I think it had to be because of Kim. I've never been fully behind the Kim or Rache situation, although I do find some moments cute so I imagine those that do enjoy the realtionship find them absolutly adorable. In this volume I felt she let Rache attempt to get away with some morally questionable things because of her feelings. In all fairness she usually put her foot down before things got out of hand, but as believable and human is it is to see her rationalise his actions because of her feelings, it can be a little annoying. I will say its really well written in that Kim knows her feelings are compramising her decisions and causing her distress. Still that sounded more negative than what it actually was, its still a amazing book and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Frances Law

    Boo! Hoo! Hoo!! No! No! No! We have to wait MONTHS for the next book! MONTHS!! Our favourite (genius) nerd, Casmir, still has so much to so! It’s amazing to me that his clone brother just doesn’t quite have the same genius. Maybe because Casmir is actually much closer physically and in upbringing to their progenitor? Regardless of all that, LB’s world building and character building is second to none. She is brilliant! Nobody could read this series and not fall in love with ALL the main character Boo! Hoo! Hoo!! No! No! No! We have to wait MONTHS for the next book! MONTHS!! Our favourite (genius) nerd, Casmir, still has so much to so! It’s amazing to me that his clone brother just doesn’t quite have the same genius. Maybe because Casmir is actually much closer physically and in upbringing to their progenitor? Regardless of all that, LB’s world building and character building is second to none. She is brilliant! Nobody could read this series and not fall in love with ALL the main characters; even Zee and Viggo. If you have only just discovered the Star Kingdom books I highly recommend that you start from book one. If you’re a sci-fi fan you’ll love it! There are characters that you cheer for and those that you boo while others are so annoying because you REALLY want to like them but then they go and do something that makes you want to smack them upside their heads! If you’re already a fan I needn’t say more because you already understand! LOVED IT!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Carlynne Toomey

    Great fun! Lindsay Buroker does it again Planet Killer was not what I expected, it was much much better. In the earlier novels Buroker has done an excellent job of developing her space opera universe. Many authors try, they often fail. But she's taken a zit zag path and really succeeded. What's happening now is an even more rare treat. Her character development and storyline are getting better. The slapstick, early campiness of the first novels is getting a richer, nuanced depth that makes us real Great fun! Lindsay Buroker does it again Planet Killer was not what I expected, it was much much better. In the earlier novels Buroker has done an excellent job of developing her space opera universe. Many authors try, they often fail. But she's taken a zit zag path and really succeeded. What's happening now is an even more rare treat. Her character development and storyline are getting better. The slapstick, early campiness of the first novels is getting a richer, nuanced depth that makes us really want to know where the story is going, and how we're going to get there. This series has always surprised as the plot twisted from book to book. Now it's even more surprising, getting into the desire to know these people better. After reading to book 5 or more in many Sci fi series on Kindle, here I find myself going we're not even halfway, because the story is so fun.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Hildegard

    On a par with the rest Planetkiller is another great chapter in this ongoing series. We get a few chapters from Princess Oku's pov, which not only let us see what is happening back on Odin, but also let us see Casmir through her eyes. Casmir continues in his creative interpretation of the orders given him by the Royals, barely managing to avoid one disaster after another, in an effort appease his conscience. As always, I enjoy seeing main characters that do their best, inspire of physical, or psycho On a par with the rest Planetkiller is another great chapter in this ongoing series. We get a few chapters from Princess Oku's pov, which not only let us see what is happening back on Odin, but also let us see Casmir through her eyes. Casmir continues in his creative interpretation of the orders given him by the Royals, barely managing to avoid one disaster after another, in an effort appease his conscience. As always, I enjoy seeing main characters that do their best, inspire of physical, or psychological handicaps. I highly recommend this series to anyone who enjoys their heroes to rely on brains more than brawns - though there are plenty of other characters in there that fill that niche, if that is what you are looking for.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Norine Luker

    I will be honest - not my favorite series by this author, but anything by Lindsay is head and shoulders above other authors in my book. the concept of this series is really intriguing. Our hero is a physical mess, with allergies, seizures, etc etc etc. He is however supersmart, a whiz at robotics and his real superpower is an incredible ability to make friends. This really resonates with me. How can you conquer the universe using smarts and the fact that you really care about people? As this serie I will be honest - not my favorite series by this author, but anything by Lindsay is head and shoulders above other authors in my book. the concept of this series is really intriguing. Our hero is a physical mess, with allergies, seizures, etc etc etc. He is however supersmart, a whiz at robotics and his real superpower is an incredible ability to make friends. This really resonates with me. How can you conquer the universe using smarts and the fact that you really care about people? As this series comes to a close, we are seeing the people around him friend and foe slowly come to realize that there is just something about this guy -- and it is changing them in fascinating ways. Can't wait to read the final book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kara Prem

    I always enjoy seeing how Casmir gets himself out of tight situations, especially since he is not a typcial "hero". He's very smart, but he is prone to seizures and is a roboticist, not a tactical expert. This novel sees him and Kim trying to avoid creating death in the form of crushers and bioweapons for prince Jorg. I do hope he's defeated in every possible way before this series ends. Rache conveniently "kidnaps" Kim and Casmir and brings them to astroshaman, miner-leader and all around jerk I always enjoy seeing how Casmir gets himself out of tight situations, especially since he is not a typcial "hero". He's very smart, but he is prone to seizures and is a roboticist, not a tactical expert. This novel sees him and Kim trying to avoid creating death in the form of crushers and bioweapons for prince Jorg. I do hope he's defeated in every possible way before this series ends. Rache conveniently "kidnaps" Kim and Casmir and brings them to astroshaman, miner-leader and all around jerk Prince Dubashi's moon base. There schemes aren't completely successful. They're able to convince the mercenaries not to support Dubashi since he is too broke to pay them, but the Prince escapes with deadly bioweapons, and the book ends with all of our heros in pretty lousy shape.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Izzy

    I just want to poke Rache, or at least get him some much needed therapy. But he would need to want therapy for it be effective so....I will simply hope for more character development in future books. It is very obvious that Jager and Jorg need to be deposed. The question is how is that gonna happen because I am very much hoping that Rache changes his mind about assassinating them. I also keep waiting for Ishii to snap, ignore Jorg, and follow Casmir (like certain knights have already chosen to do I just want to poke Rache, or at least get him some much needed therapy. But he would need to want therapy for it be effective so....I will simply hope for more character development in future books. It is very obvious that Jager and Jorg need to be deposed. The question is how is that gonna happen because I am very much hoping that Rache changes his mind about assassinating them. I also keep waiting for Ishii to snap, ignore Jorg, and follow Casmir (like certain knights have already chosen to do). Not to mention, what exactly is Jager planning? It is very obviously something dastardly and villainous. Overall, an excellent book with a riveting plot full of humor, robots, and deep philosophical thoughts.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan

    Foreshadowing! I am not entirely sure where the plot is going because some authors enjoy giving us a big red herring and doing a switch up. :) But it looks like the Kingdom is heading for changes. After all, they made two clones of their most famous strategist and space admiral. And both of them are unhappy with the Kingdom leadership. So is Casimir going to marry the princess and take over after the unfortunate death of the king and prince? Maybe! I enjoyed this story although I thought it didn't Foreshadowing! I am not entirely sure where the plot is going because some authors enjoy giving us a big red herring and doing a switch up. :) But it looks like the Kingdom is heading for changes. After all, they made two clones of their most famous strategist and space admiral. And both of them are unhappy with the Kingdom leadership. So is Casimir going to marry the princess and take over after the unfortunate death of the king and prince? Maybe! I enjoyed this story although I thought it didn't resolve any plot lines. It did give us more about the characters and had some good action bits.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Dennis Zimmerman

    There's so much going on, it's hard to keep track of it all and all the things that happened in the previous books. But I love it. I haven't mentioned it before, but I should have. What makes this story so good is not just that it keeps getting better. What makes it so much fun is the relationships between the characters; and all the humor thrown in by the way they banter and carry on with each other, much like in a comic book. I almost don't want to read the seventh and last book because I don' There's so much going on, it's hard to keep track of it all and all the things that happened in the previous books. But I love it. I haven't mentioned it before, but I should have. What makes this story so good is not just that it keeps getting better. What makes it so much fun is the relationships between the characters; and all the humor thrown in by the way they banter and carry on with each other, much like in a comic book. I almost don't want to read the seventh and last book because I don't want the story to end. And just like with the fallen empire series, I will miss the characters when it's all over and done.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Rick Cowand

    Planet Killer is another winner in Lindsay's best series yet! I'm a fan of Lindsay Buroker's and have read all of her work. She is a great storyteller and has this absolutely engaging style of fast paced adventure, vulnerable yet unflappable leading characters, witty dialog and storylines that don't bog you down in scientific details. Grab this series (or any others) and settle down for a fun ride! Planet Killer is book 6.5 in this series (read Knight Protector after book 5) and it continues the Planet Killer is another winner in Lindsay's best series yet! I'm a fan of Lindsay Buroker's and have read all of her work. She is a great storyteller and has this absolutely engaging style of fast paced adventure, vulnerable yet unflappable leading characters, witty dialog and storylines that don't bog you down in scientific details. Grab this series (or any others) and settle down for a fun ride! Planet Killer is book 6.5 in this series (read Knight Protector after book 5) and it continues the action as Casmir and crew work from afar to save their home planet from attack.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Stevan Fagg

    Write Faster! I love pretty much everything that Lindsay buroker has done. Her characters come to life and drag you into their lives and their world. These are people that I would consider friends and fun to hang out with. Or be kidnapped with! The plot moves along at a breathtaking pace and the only bad part is when it comes to an end. The dry humor and the twisted plots are like the best British comedy. Discrete plotlines coming together in ways you didn't see happening. My only problem is tha Write Faster! I love pretty much everything that Lindsay buroker has done. Her characters come to life and drag you into their lives and their world. These are people that I would consider friends and fun to hang out with. Or be kidnapped with! The plot moves along at a breathtaking pace and the only bad part is when it comes to an end. The dry humor and the twisted plots are like the best British comedy. Discrete plotlines coming together in ways you didn't see happening. My only problem is that they end and I don't get to hang out with my friends for months.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Betsy

    I LOVE it!! I am a huge fan of Lindsay Buroker! I have read almost every one of her books and I cannot get enough! I love the the way she writes. She doesn't go into deep character past or exactly what they look like;she just starts with the day their adventures begin. This review is not doing her work justice. While I am waiting for book 7 to come out I will reread this series because there is SO much going on. If you are looking for an amazing adventure to get into I highly recommend this serie I LOVE it!! I am a huge fan of Lindsay Buroker! I have read almost every one of her books and I cannot get enough! I love the the way she writes. She doesn't go into deep character past or exactly what they look like;she just starts with the day their adventures begin. This review is not doing her work justice. While I am waiting for book 7 to come out I will reread this series because there is SO much going on. If you are looking for an amazing adventure to get into I highly recommend this series or any of her other space operas! They are all fantastic!!

  20. 4 out of 5

    John Allen

    Another great chapter in the series - this was book six. Like the five books before that author is a good story teller and the characters grow on you to the degree you want to see the good guys win and the bad guys get what due! The plot thickens even more so in (book six) and brings you to the edge of your seat - but alas there is a book seven in early 2020. Start at book one and enjoy the ride. I want the story to conclude, but have enjoyed all the other books - Just can't wait for the next bo Another great chapter in the series - this was book six. Like the five books before that author is a good story teller and the characters grow on you to the degree you want to see the good guys win and the bad guys get what due! The plot thickens even more so in (book six) and brings you to the edge of your seat - but alas there is a book seven in early 2020. Start at book one and enjoy the ride. I want the story to conclude, but have enjoyed all the other books - Just can't wait for the next book :-)

  21. 4 out of 5

    The Mysterious Reader

    Casmir, Zee, Kim, Oku .... I’ve been trying to figure out what makes this series so good and, with this book, think I’ve figured it out: it’s how superbly the characters are developed and how perfectly they interact. Sure, there’s also a fantastic exciting tale that’s perfectly written, and I suppose that helps too, but this book makes me wish I could be a mutant octopus with hands so that I could, you know, put eight thumbs up. Highly recommended? Yes indeed.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Steve

    Another solid book in this series, but I think this one is running out of steam. I'm not sure if that's a weakness of the story or (more likely) my limited series attention span. Six seems to be where I start to lose focus and want things to wrap up, and I think that's where I am with this series. The story still has legs, and there are some plot points I want resolved, but I give this two more books max before I'll figure it should be done. Still, if you liked the series to this point this book Another solid book in this series, but I think this one is running out of steam. I'm not sure if that's a weakness of the story or (more likely) my limited series attention span. Six seems to be where I start to lose focus and want things to wrap up, and I think that's where I am with this series. The story still has legs, and there are some plot points I want resolved, but I give this two more books max before I'll figure it should be done. Still, if you liked the series to this point this book is a good read.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Grundlepuck

    Easily the best space opera series I've read in many years This series keeps getting better, and it is in it's own small way keeping me from descending into dark funk in these trying times. There is an intelligent decency - a non-naive kindness of spirit - to the characters that is rare to find in fiction. It reminds me of SF legend Clifford Simak at his best - books like "Way Station". I highly recommend this to anyone who likes smart, character driven space opera. Easily the best space opera series I've read in many years This series keeps getting better, and it is in it's own small way keeping me from descending into dark funk in these trying times. There is an intelligent decency - a non-naive kindness of spirit - to the characters that is rare to find in fiction. It reminds me of SF legend Clifford Simak at his best - books like "Way Station". I highly recommend this to anyone who likes smart, character driven space opera.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Vivian Pesante

    Only one negative thing.... ...I have to WAIT for the next book,and i hate waiting for Lindsay 's books. She is such an awesome writer. Although you can see similarities in her characters from series to series, there's still enough individuality to make them, well, individuals. Anyway, if you were to look at people,you'd find out that there are similarities in groups of people, yet each puedo has his or her individual quirks. So,this makes the books more fun for me. Only one negative thing.... ...I have to WAIT for the next book,and i hate waiting for Lindsay 's books. She is such an awesome writer. Although you can see similarities in her characters from series to series, there's still enough individuality to make them, well, individuals. Anyway, if you were to look at people,you'd find out that there are similarities in groups of people, yet each puedo has his or her individual quirks. So,this makes the books more fun for me.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Beach Bum

    It's a fun read, with a strange sense of humour It's good. Very unusual hero, not the usual gun totting, muscle bound adventurer, this one is a professor of robotics, who struggles to keep his lunch down when in space ships The friendships he builds are his strength, with them providing the guns and muscle. To say the politics of the group is complex would be an understatement, but it leads to all sorts of shanigans , and that leads to the humour It's a fun read, with a strange sense of humour It's good. Very unusual hero, not the usual gun totting, muscle bound adventurer, this one is a professor of robotics, who struggles to keep his lunch down when in space ships The friendships he builds are his strength, with them providing the guns and muscle. To say the politics of the group is complex would be an understatement, but it leads to all sorts of shanigans , and that leads to the humour

  26. 4 out of 5

    Myereading

    Action and humor This series keeps getting better. ‘Planet Killer’ book 6 of the Star Kingdom series continues the ongoing story of Casmir and friends as they battle and avoid crazed princes, become involved in kidnappings, and find gift-giving has interesting results. A certain crusher may also need a lesson on appropriate times to bring up certain bits of personal information. I look forward to book 7.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Van Court

    Too slow In reviewing an earlier book in this series, I mentioned the preponderance of cynical dialogue. It finally took its toll. That is all there really is. The action fades away and the only thing that remains is to find out if any of the characters will EVER express their feelings about one another. By about 60% I decided to give up. I no longer care about the story and will not purchase the last two novels.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Pepper

    Casmir and friends still saving the Universe! Every system needs a almost super hero and his buddies like Casmir. He is able to make friends with truly good people and to make enemies with the definitive villains. Who needs an army when you have so many people helping? Casmir has that covered too, making baby Zees galore!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Janet Gallaspy

    Big bang theory meets space adventure I've read all the books in this series to date and have enjoyed them all tremendously. I rarely laugh out loud when reading but I do with these. The banter is both witty and INTELLIGENT - quite rare from my experience. Casmir is not your typical hero. Am awaiting the next volume with anticipation. Big bang theory meets space adventure I've read all the books in this series to date and have enjoyed them all tremendously. I rarely laugh out loud when reading but I do with these. The banter is both witty and INTELLIGENT - quite rare from my experience. Casmir is not your typical hero. Am awaiting the next volume with anticipation.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    Another fast-paced action adventure with the characters we have grown to care about. A few moral dilemmas; what do you do when your leader that you have sworn allegiance to turns out to be bad? More of Rache being at times morally repugnant but at others showing a more complex, potentially redeemable side. I enjoyed reading this and look forward to the next in the series.

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