Book 2 in the Starshatter series
The second book in the series is where we really get to see the characters develop and the story really begin to take off. We get to see the crew take their roles on the ship and start to see how they will interact with each other. We also get to see the development of the main villain, which of course, any good story needs. The book is action packed and a ton of fun. We get a lot more character development and a taste of the kind of justice that this group will be dishing out. This book takes the strong foundation of the first book and does a great job of building upon it.
This book is the perfect sequel to the first. Keeps you interested and is a breeze to read. Still has the same English problems of the first but that’s about it. Also love the way that mythology is used throughout the series. I would say it’s even better than the first book. It just keeps you wanting more and more.