New Ky Vatta Book. Cold Welcome is available for presale from Amazon. Ky Vatta has been the Grand Admiral of Space Defense Force since the victory. “Filled with fast-paced action and well-conceived characters.”—Booklist Kylara Vatta is the only daughter in a family full of sons, and her father’s only child to. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Noted for her strong heroines and interstellar naval Trading in Danger (Vatta’s War Book 1) – Kindle edition by Elizabeth Moon. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or.

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First published inthe book often sounds like it was written knowing how corporations communicate with wra today, 15 years later: What we’re left with is a rip-roaring, highly suspenseful action-story in space. Sem toga nema sta puno da kazem, Zabavna spejs opera ali moram da priznam da me malo vec smara da je glavni lik wunderkind u kapetanskoj stolici, savrseno moralan, spreman za teske odluke, itd. Moon might play elizabeh with a lot of the physics involved, but she still reminds us that space travel is an expensive and dangerous enterprise.

I read omnibus, the deed of paksenarrion, back in the day. Trading in Danger by Elizabeth Moon. Because she helped a fellow cadet contact a chaplain which lead to reports spreading to the news which embarrassed the academy, the military, and the government.

Engaging the Enemy, Part 2 by Elizabeth Moon. Which may be the point of the novel.

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It is a war, after all. Much stuff occurs, and Kylara’s cadet training ends up coming into good use.

This is a source of frustration for her, but also is something she uses to her advantage. In the rigidly formal Moscoe Confederation, gross discourtesy carries the death penalty.

Oct 06, Trin rated it liked it Shelves: Enjoyed this a lot more than I expected to. Sep 15, Jim rated it really liked it Shelves: Kylara Vatta, or Ky moon short, is a young woman kicked out of military academy for being a little too trusting.

I cracked the book shortly before midnight last night and finished it around 4AM. As many have mentioned, there are some definite parallells here with Lois McMaster Bujold’s Vorkosigan saga. Problem is, that since this other company messed up, they won’t pay vartas advance, so she has to use her own money–which is the beginning of the cascade effect creating the challenge Ky has to overcome.


Violence is part of the series. She also hires Hugh Pritang, a mercenary veteran with a prosthetic arm, to be her executive officer now that she has decided to use her letter of marque to justify seeking out and destroying the pirates who have attacked wqr family. However, Mary Sues warp the fabric of plot and space-time around themselves effortlesslysimply by existing. This buyer has made progress payments, but Kylara suspects that he intends to steal the ships and rushes to organize her fleet into something that can vattad his at Moray.

Ky aboard the bridge of the Glennys Jones. Find other titles in Epic Wwr. Ky in the airlock of the Gary Tobai with the Fair Kaleen in the background. View all 6 comments.

Mar 17, Mark rated it liked it. This was the first book that I have read by this author. Vatttas Engaging the Enemy. Shelve Marque and Reprisal, Part 2. The Slotter Key consul provides assistance, but soon word comes that Vatta ships and facilities have been attacked on Slotter Key as well and the government is distancing itself from the corporation.

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Moon explains how Ky weighs the variables. I enjoyed the shit out of this. She’s a reactive figure, bouncing from predicament to predicament and handling them, and there’s some attempt at fleshing her out, but I never got a huge sense of her personality besides her problem-solving capabilities.

Her Paksennarrion series is one of the most enjoyable Fantasy series I have read. Due to a misjudgement, Kylara Vatta, scion of an interstellar shipping business, Vatta’s War series 1 Trading in Danger 2 Marque and Reprisal 3 Engaging the Enemy 4 Command Vattass 5 Victory Conditions These 5 books are not so much a series as one long novel – there’s one story arc, and you really need to read all five to get to the satisfying conclusion.

These are first and foremost action-adventure books, with plenty of shoot-em-up scenes and an uncomplicated moral compass – you know who the ‘bad guys’ are, and although Ky is normally affected by the trauma of war even seeking therapy at one pointshe’s elizzbeth clearly on the side of right.


Looking vqttas the dates again, I know they are wildly out of alignment with reality considering they imply I read the series out of order. Trading in Danger, Part 2 by Elizabeth Moon. Pages to import images to Wikidata. In this new military sci-fi thriller vwttas the Nebula Award—winning author of Cold Welcome, Admiral Kylara Vatta is back—with a vengeance. The amount of detail presented is amazing. I’m mostly glad I did. The high fluff rating of the book could be because Moon is trying to pump out too many books too sar, or it could be because she isn’t that good a writer.

Vatta’s War Series

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Oh – PS – don’t be taken in by the comparisons of this series to the Vorkosigan books.

While this book wasn’t a page turner in the sense I couldn’t put it down, it had very few actual skim worthy sections and left me wondering what will happen to the people in the story.

There are some ancillary chapters where we see events unfold from the viewpoints of other characters, but I felt them to be slightly jarring and out of place. A similar type arrangement helps propel the plot along the way in this story– interesting– Anyway, the story was over several chapters before the book was completed.

Meanwhile, her distant cousin Toby is abducted by pirate agents who want to learn the secrets of the new Vatta shipboard ansibles, and Rafe Dunbarger, CEO of the beleaguered InterStellar Communications, is embroiled in a political and economic battle with ISC’s Board of Directors and the government of Nexus.