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Force of Habit

Force of Habit The planet Llannonn is known for its courtesy but when rebellious space academy professor Bel Schuster goes off limits during shore leave she uncovers the iron fist inside that velvet glove Gangster

  • Title: Force of Habit
  • Author: Marian Allen
  • ISBN: 2940013136151
  • Page: 378
  • Format: Nook
  • The planet Llannonn is known for its courtesy, but when rebellious space academy professor Bel Schuster goes off limits during shore leave she uncovers the iron fist inside that velvet glove.Gangster aliens, local law enforcement and highly placed political espionage agents all get into the act, and a tangle of misunderstanding, miscommunication and mistaken identity landThe planet Llannonn is known for its courtesy, but when rebellious space academy professor Bel Schuster goes off limits during shore leave she uncovers the iron fist inside that velvet glove.Gangster aliens, local law enforcement and highly placed political espionage agents all get into the act, and a tangle of misunderstanding, miscommunication and mistaken identity land Bel in court, facing what passes for a legal system on Llannonn Please and thank you It s not just a good idea It s the law.

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    1. Bec's Review:Being a bit of a science fiction junkie, I love when stories are set in space, involving aliens. And this one covers those bases, involving a few different species of aliens, a space ship, an alien planet and cultural misunderstandings caused from the relation of the above. It all makes for a very interesting setting overall, and one that serves well to highlight the intricate story and weaving plot that this book contains. But the best bit about this book is the humour within it. T [...]

    2. I'm not a science fiction fan, I find most of the worlds too dense and unfamiliar to get into--I've read a bit of Isaac Asimov, Iain M. Banks, a few short stories here and there, but that's about it.So I approached Allen's book with some trepidation. I've now finished it, and am happy to report that this book drew me in with effortless ease.There's a P.G. Wodehouse-like humor to the writing, and Allen introduces the world(s) with very little fanfare, organically woven into the action, which is t [...]

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