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An epic space opera follows a comfort woman as she claims her agency, a soldier questioning his allegiances and a non-binary hero out to save the solar system.
First Sister has no name and no voice.
She's a priestess of the Sisterhood, travelling the stars alongside the soldiers of Earth who own the rights to her body and soul. When her former captain abandons her, First Sister's hopes for freedom are dashed and she is forced to stay on her ship with no friends, no status and a new captain she knows nothing about. When the Mother, leader of her order, asks her to spy on Captain Saito Ren, First Sister discovers that sacrificing for the war effort is so much harder to do when your loyalties are split.
Lito Val Lucius has no faith and no loyalty.
He climbed his way out of the slums to become an elite soldier of Venus, but now he's haunted by his failures and the loss of his partner Hiro. But when Lito learns that Hiro is alive, but a traitor, he's assigned to hunt Hiro down and kill them. Lito must decide what he is actually fighting for - the society that raised him or himself.
As the battle to control Ceres reaches a head, Lito and First Sister must decide what - and whom - they are willing to sacrifice in the name of duty or for love.
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- Amazon Customer
Great, queer and believable space opera
Can recommend, fan of sci-fi or looking for a good Queer book? Go for it!
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- Anonymous User
good but one of the narrators
the person who does hiros parts has a very annoying voice its quite distracting.
overall an excellent start to a new scifi trilogy, the characters are well developed, but I wish we got more background on the different cultures (ie: gean/icarii), we know why the gean hate tech and gene modification but where does the sisterhood come from?
a little annoyed that the non binary character ended up being forced to conform to gender stereotypes and gender rolls