Return to Dakistee

Return to Dakistee The same archeological team who uncovered a secret underground bunker on Dakistee sixteen years earlier when the planet was still named Mawcett has discovered a new facility They struggle for months

  • Title: Return to Dakistee
  • Author: Thomas DePrima
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The same archeological team who uncovered a secret underground bunker on Dakistee sixteen years earlier, when the planet was still named Mawcett, has discovered a new facility They struggle for months to open the entrance, but the structure defies all their efforts Finally admitting defeat, they send a message to Admiral Jenetta Carver, beseeching her to come help once aThe same archeological team who uncovered a secret underground bunker on Dakistee sixteen years earlier, when the planet was still named Mawcett, has discovered a new facility They struggle for months to open the entrance, but the structure defies all their efforts Finally admitting defeat, they send a message to Admiral Jenetta Carver, beseeching her to come help once again.In Region Two, Admiral Jenetta Carver is besieged with mundane work Although she would love to drop everything and head for Dakistee, she can t possibly get away But she also can t ignore the possibilities of what treasures, or dangers, the facility might represent Fortunately, the battleship Hephaestus is in port, and the ship s third watch commander is available for a special assignment.Christa is far from thrilled with the prospect of giving up her seat on the bridge, even temporarily, but when an admiral says go, you go It doesn t matter that the admiral is your sister Christa expects to make a quick trip, with a speedy return to the Hephaestus, but as with Jenetta, assignments often tend to take unexpected side trips into unique and dangerous situations.

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    1. Since this is the eight book in the series, I'm not going to go on too long in the review about it. This series has been surprising for me. For the life of me I can't say what it is that has captured my attention. I don't consider this "the best read ever" nor do I consider it special in anyway. Yet if that's true, then how is it that I've read more of this series in the past year, than any other series (followed at a distant second by Steven James, Bowers Files). I may have to revise my idea of [...]

    2. Superbly Done!I strongly suggest you read the previous books in the series (A Galaxy Unknown, Valor At Vauzlee, The Clones of Mawcett, Trader Vyx, Milor!, Castle Vroman and Against All Odds) prior to reading this installment.The plot thickens and now it's Christa's turn! What a great read this was. This installment was a phenomenal high adventure story full of plenty of twist and turns. Although, this installment didn't have as much action as the previous books, it was no less exciting. The ente [...]

    3. 4.5 stars. This is the first 'new' book in the Galaxy Unknown series from Deprima for quite a few years, yet there is little change in his writing style, while the story continued pretty much flawlessly. I think the major difference - apart from Jenetta herself not being the main character - is that most of the action happened planet-side as opposed to in space. Rather than complex space battles, the focus was more on discovery and diplomacy, yet approached with the 'Carver' attitude. The only d [...]

    4. From a technical standpoint there were more problems with this book (Kindle edition on iPad). There were noticeably more typos, and long blocks of text that turned italic for no apparent reason.From a story standpoint though, I loved it. I said in my comment to an earlier book that we needed to see more action with the clones, and this time we got it. I noticed too that it's now referring to "the Carver sisters" in the coming soon section. And I think that's all to the good - there's a lot more [...]

    5. While this isn't my favorite book of the series i did enjoy parts of it very much. Personally I enjoy a Jen centered story more but i do understand that if the increase in rank it is harder and harder for her to be in a action driven story. I think the author did a good job in planning for that event years ahead of time. This book is very much worth the read to anyone that enjoys the series and wants the continual story to be told.

    6. stopped at chapter six to pick up later <---- note to selfI didn't spot solecism yet XD time passesBACK INTO THE FRAY!!!lhijump started it but I thought it was soooooo funny: "Admiral Hubera mumbled something intelligible." rofl found it!I liked this one more than I liked the last one. Still not three stars though not *liking* it yet

    7. I've read the 10 first books so obviosly this is a good enough series.Not as good as David Weber's Honnor Harington, but if you liked that one you'll like this one.Don't expect very mulidimensional caracters, but a fun exciting read.

    8. I like this series of easy to read space operas! I hope the Carver sisters keep on getting it right for a few more book yet!

    9. the story just continues and if a further book does not arrive, that has to be one of the poorest endings to a series of 8 i have ever read

    10. Pretty good book. It doesn't have all the good battle scene as in previous books but it still was a good read. Thanks.

    11. Great Series. little disappointed as it only focused mainly on one of the main characters. still enjoyable.

    12. I do so enjoy this series. It is fun and easy to read. The series can easily have another dozen books coming!

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