Adulting sucks like the big black hole of Andromeda.
Just as Q is about to reunite with her Lightwave family, she ends up alone and friendless in uncharted space. Hal, the AI who controls her ship, is too busy fighting off another AI to even answer her questions. As food, water and power dwindle, Q tries to help, and it all goes wrong.
Convinced she's a danger to all, Q strikes out to make her own way in the universe. A young woman alone draws the wrong kind of attention and Q must develop new skills and strengths to protect herself. A chance encounter and poor decisions put her in even more trouble.
Surviving will take all she's got. Escaping will take more than she can imagine. Saving others will require sacrifice beyond comprehension. But Q does nothing by half measures.
Shockwave dark and thrilling
You know those kind of books that take you forever to get to the action, well this isn’t one of them. Right from the beginning there’s a lot of it. Quinn is trapped in the middle of nowhere and can’t escape. Adventures abound throughout the book as she continues to mature and grow as a net expert. Hopefully, you have read the first two books before you dive into this one as a familiarity with the characters and story line add a lot to your understanding of the people and the concept of space travel. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, but be advised it is a little darker than previous books by A M Scott. Can’t wait for the next installment to arrive.