Review - Hell to Pay by Zen DiPietro

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 06, 2018

Hell to Pay

Volume 3 of Mercenary Warefare

Cabot Layne and his unlikely team just seem to keep getting sucked deeper into their involvement with the Planetary Alliance (PAC) as everyone seeks to avoid the impeding conflict with the invading Barony coalition. The situation makes for unlikely bedfellows, such as the PAC and notorious crime boss Ditnya Caine. More

Review - Blood Money by Zen DiPietro

Posted in Book Reviews on Jan 16, 2018

Blood Money

Volume 2 of Mercenary Warefare

Mild-mannered trader Cabot Layne agrees to under-take another mission for Chief of Security Fallon of Dragonfire Station. The task seems simple enough: locate someone who is also a well known trader, who was helping Fallon's team, yet has dropped out of communication. To help him out, Cabot once again enlists the aid of his old friend Omar, and reluctantly Omar's sister Nagali, who is also Cabot's ex-wife. Fallon sends one of her team, Peregrine, as well, making for a rather strange quartet. More

Review - Selling Out by Zen DiPietro

Posted in Book Reviews on Sep 05, 2017

Selling Out

Volume 1 of Mercenary Warefare

To most people on Dragonfire Station, Cabot Layne is a simple, friendly shopkeeper, selling trinkets and other things of interest to the different species flowing off the many ships calling on the station. A few know that Cabot is a much more skilled trader than he lets on, with the connections to acquire almost anything one could want, even if it's not quite legal. So, when a rogue coalition at the edge of planetary alliance space starts to threaten the peace, Security Chief Fallon calls on Cabot to make the deal of a life-time by negotiating a special pact with the reptilian Briven. More

Review - Intersections: Dragonfire Station Short Stories by Zen DiPietro

Posted in Book Reviews on Jul 04, 2017

Intersections: Dragonfire Station Short Stories

Volume 4 of Dragonfire Station

This collection of short stories takes place in the universe built through the Dragonfire Station series. Most of the tales would best be described as backstories for many of the secondary characters introduced in the series. Some stories tell us how the people got to where we meet them in the series, while others might be better described as simply a slice of life in a person's day, giving us more insight into pivotal moments of the characters or the series. More

Review - Coalescence by Zen DiPietro

Posted in Book Reviews on May 02, 2017


Volume 3 of Dragonfire Station

Fallon and her reconstituted “blackops” team, Avian Unit, are poised to save the galaxy, if they can only figure out from who. Fallon may have her memories back, but that doesn't make it any easier to figure out who is behind the destabilization of the planetary alliance. But this story isn't just all about the big picture of inter-galactic politics. Fallon also needs to patch up her relationship with the woman she married, Wren; a marriage that may, or may not, have been part of her assignment. She also has to balance that with her feelings for fellow teammate Raptor. More

Review - Fragments by Zen DiPietro

Posted in Book Reviews on Mar 17, 2017


Volume 2 of Dragonfire Station

The second book of the Dragonfire Station series picks up right where the first book, Translucid, left off. Fallon has reunited with her team, although not her memories, and together they have set off to earth to try and solve the mystery of why her team was split up, and her memories seemingly erased. More

Review - Translucid by Zen DiPietro

Posted in Book Reviews on Feb 21, 2017


Volume 1 of Dragonfire Station

Emé Fallon wakes up the infirmary of Dragonfire Station after a minor shuttle accident. Her injuries were mostly minor, except for a head injury that seems to have robbed her of some of her memories. She remembers how to do her job as security chief but she doesn't remember anything about her past, her coworkers, or even her wife of six months. As she returns to work and tries to relearn her past, she begins to feel that things don't add up. Fallon begins to question who she really is and who she can trust. More

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