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I was going to give this story 4 stars.
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I did love the dialogue and Junco’s narrative had just the right amount of attitude to keep me entertained. I will admit that it seemed like she was going to tell him that she trusted him, but I don’t think the words would make it out very well because she just didn’t know.
Why did America crumble into a bunch of small republics? He also realizes that she simply jjust someone to be on her side.
I am just so high off of finishing this novel! It’s a shitty answer, but it’s an answer! Even when things look bleak for her, she gets right back up, and lives to fight another day.
Aliens, clones, war, fights, doubts, lies, amazing characters, it’s all there! Nothing is hunco really said juncl his feelings for her, but there is so much depth that you can feel just crawling off the page when he’s dealing with her.
Yeah, I won’t last. It felt a little weak. And like I said, although confusing, wm read! Johnathan McClain is her first and only writing partner and even though they are worlds apart in just about every way imaginable, it works. I couldn’t look away. There is a lot going on here! At the center of the search lies the Rural Republic; a small backwards farming country with high hopes of military domination and a penchant for illegal bioengineering.
Why does the alien planet have earth magpies? Tier and Junco juncco a great chemistry around each other and it hints at more in future books. She’s the most foul-mouthed, wildly unpredictable and ruthless sniper the Rural Republic has ever trained.
This is a first person novel And let me tell you, I was not disappointed! Apparently the justt is now split into two republics. Like I said, this story idea is great and it has great potential but the writing is higher level amateur.
Clutch (I Am Just Junco, #1) by J.A. Huss
Got a military faction after your ass? She wrote more than two hundred of those workbooks and was the number one publisher at the online homeschool store many times, but eventually she covered every science topic she could think of and ran out of shit to say. And hot winged guy that mi NOT what I expected.
And the twists are insane. FYI, you can get books 1, 2, 3 in an omnibus. I don’t want to say so much that I ruin the experience of reading Clutch. At the center of the search lies the Rural Republic; a small backwards farming country with high hopes of military domination and a penchant f Title: There are aliens with wings here that are called Avians and a lot of soldiers in this story.
I liked Junco, actually I adored Junco!
The story is so interesting. The spoken portions were either filled with cursing which doesn’t bother me or pseudo country speech lots of “ya” and “yer”. He plays a big role in the story and probably the seriesbut there’s no definition at all to his personality. She has lived a life of being forced to assassinate many, many people in the coldest fashions. Not exactly open-ended, but enough to keep you reading. It needed to be re-ordered. Even if you don’t read a lot of science fiction, I think you could get into it.
Then it’s revealed Junco may also be an Avian, they evidently don’t mature into their wings until 20 and go through a morph. Two years of isolation, mutilation and torture. The world building was effortless and I am seriously having withdraws of epic proportions at the moment.
This book ends in somewhat of a cliffhanger, but that is the brilliance of the way that J. NOT what I expected. Tier, the avian who seems to show up at just the right moments to help her out of jams, is a very intriguing character.
He so often says the words ‘darlin’ and ‘sweetheart’, so I immediately thought that he was a chauvinist, but that went away pretty quickly.
But Junco doesn’t know the meaning of quit.
I didn’t love this as much as I expected to and the main reason, I think, was that I spent too much time confused. The author has a great imagination, and she skillfully intertwines these surprises without overwhelming or diminishing the story.