The Sands of Karathi

The Sands of Karathi

DavidAdams / Aug 09, 2020
The Sands of Karathi Drawn to a desert world by the legacy of a traitor the crew of the TFR Beijing discover something abandoned something forgotten something mysterious Buddha once said An insincere and evil friend is
  • Title: The Sands of Karathi
  • Author: DavidAdams
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  • Page: 266
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  • Drawn to a desert world by the legacy of a traitor, the crew of the TFR Beijing discover something abandoned, something forgotten something mysterious Buddha once said, An insincere and evil friend is to be feared than a wild beast for a wild beast may wound your body, but an evil friend will wound your mind The pain of betrayal runs deep and CaptainDrawn to a desert world by the legacy of a traitor, the crew of the TFR Beijing discover something abandoned, something forgotten something mysterious Buddha once said, An insincere and evil friend is to be feared than a wild beast for a wild beast may wound your body, but an evil friend will wound your mind The pain of betrayal runs deep and Captain Melissa Liao will find out just how far the slighted will go for revenge Book two of the Lacuna series Lacuna Lacuna The Sands of Karathi Lacuna The Spectre of Oblivion Coming December, 2012
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      • DavidAdams

        I ve always been writing in my mind I have way, way, way too many stories to tell and far too little time to tell them I ve been involved in Star Trek roleplay by emails for a few years, where basically I learned my craft, but it s only last year that I actually started putting these thoughts to paper.By day I m a software engineer But by night I write a little science fiction, a little fantasy, a little humour and comedy, and a little erotica under pen names.


    621 Comments

    1. Mr Adams is going to hate me even but here we go.First This book is way way better than the first one, which I also reviewed.I m not sure how long Mr Adams took to write this but there is a clear difference between his ability to write between the beginning and the end A big difference I think It s clear he really put some work into the final scenes, which I actually thought where OK OK in the sense that I wanted to read some We had far better character development here, but the majority still [...]


    2. After reading the first book LACUNA DEMONS OF THE VOID, I couldn t wait and read this one the very next day In the first novel they brought it to us In this one we take it to them A top level Science Fiction Thriller, I will definitely be reading the conclusion of the series LACUNA THE SPECTRE OF OBLIVION when it comes out in December.


    3. Fast moving, fun book to read Kept my interest for the day it took me to read it It has action that Battlestar Galactia or Star Trek It s the second book in the Lacuna series and it certianly lives up to if not better the first I m looking forward to the next book in the series I would like to see what Ben has in mind for the future and if Liao continues to save the day.




    4. Now we re getting somewhere The first novel was good, but this one is great The universe building has begun I am really looking forward to future installments of this series Lots of potential.


    5. This was worse than book 1 I m going to rant now under spoiler tags view spoiler The 3rd alien they meet, the Viking Berserker knockoffs, I can t remember their name, the short repiles Seriously Speaking a foreign alien language, they speak old English I mean how stupid can you get I think that was the single most annoying thing in an annoying book.The second most annoying thing was AFTER being betrayed by what is basically a rogue AI, they LEAVE HIM POWERED If they intended to take him back to [...]


    6. I should probably say that I ve read the second book of the Lacuna series because it s been great since the beginning Well It wasn t And it was my mere curiosity and a bit of boredom I have to read only something simple these days, too much work to do that I picked this up.Yet I cannot say that this one doesn t have any potential I believe it can find its fanbase quite easily, actually But I m afraid I don t belong to the fans It hasn t convinced me about the authenticity of the story I have rea [...]


    7. Curse you David Adams I conjure in my own memory banks the cartoon character of Dick Dastardly and his constant companion Muttley, who would swear like a sailor underwater completely nonsensically My reason for mentioning this, other than being constantly distracted with such useless connections, is that this Australian has such fantastic storytelling ability that his Lacuna series only gets better with each ensuing volume The Sands of Karathi tell the story of a strange message coming from some [...]


    8. This was a little better than the first book However, I still am not liking the main character at all She was a little kinder this time around a little, but some of her actions had me wondering about her lack of sense in some aspects Then you have this all powerful thing that just goes crazy and they allow it to exist rather than destroying it like they should have I wish I did like her, because there are aspects to her I admire such as her intelligence and her concern for her crew and the alien [...]


    9. Very goodIt is as good as the previous one Looking toward to the next in the series I m pretty sure it all be as good as the two first ones.


    10. Could use a few editsbut I did enjoy the story I had some issues with the justification for the AI s behavior, one minute he is a barely contained fireball of rage the next he claims he can t read emotional queues, and the next he can turn off the emotion in his voice at will Also, why does it matter to Ben if he s alone Are AI programmed to be social And, why didn t they power him down before they left Even if you set aside the ethical questions isn t it prudent to conserve resources in case s [...]


    11. Good SequelIn the first sequel of the Lacuna series, Chinese officer Melissa Liao pays a visit to a desert planet while continuing to seek answers to why the alien race invaded her homeworld The desert planet is somewhat reminiscent of those from the Dune and Star Wars series, but this equal, like its predecessor, is recommended.


    12. A lot better than the first book although it s still pretty much run of the mill military sci fi in space There s no strict adherence to use of rank, or a lot of technical details, so it makes for a light and fast read which, in this case, is a good thing.72 100


    13. Story kept me going at a good pace.A great continuation on the first book, Can t wait to start the third oneenty of action and crew interaction.



    14. great seriesGreat series Can not wait to get I to the next book Let the story continue Plenty of twists and tirns





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