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Karin Makos lives a lie. Genetically engineered from birth and raised in a scientific compound to gain unnatural powers, she has since escaped and built a new life hidden from those who created her. For her, the chance to pilot a small-time scrounging vessel to remote corners of space is the dream. After years on the run with her sister and enduring the constant paranoia of living planet-side, going off-radar gives her exactly what she wants: freedom.
In a single night, that dream is shattered.
A system-wide attack decimates humanity, and the few insubstantial clues they have point straight back into her past and the horrors it holds. Plagued by strange dreams of her sister and a sense of growing danger, Karin and the crew of the Nemina must race desperately across space to find their loved ones - and answers.
So starts The Eurynome Code, a fast-paced space opera in the same veins as Firefly, Killjoys, and Battlestar Galactica. Like strong, snarky leads, high-octane action, and twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat? Then this series is for you. Get all six books in this one omnibus!
Books included in the set:
Book One: Black Dawn
Book Two: Renegade
Book Three: Blood Ties
Book Four: World Shift
Book Five: Awakening
Book Six: Deus
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one of the worst protagonist
This story with it's good world building would be very enjoyable if they had any other protagonist. This protagonist is the definition of the first victim in a horror movie, she freezes when in fear and she is in fear all the time. This protagonist isn't worth the 45 hours I waited for her to grow into a character that is at least a little bit more than a shivering mess in a corner all the time. The author writes this protagonist as someone who is pretty much a case for the loony bin because of her crippling fear and anxiety, but she gets saved by much more competent and interesting characters all the time.
But what I dislike the most is that it's such a bad representation for mentally crippled ppl, since this protagonist doesn't overcome her problems through gradually and diligently working towards it, every problem that comes her way either gets taken care of by all the much better characters at her side or the author pulls some magical nonsense in wich the protagonist "suddenly" finds some new inane ability that somehow gets her out of trouble.
What a disappointment.