Fergus Ferguson has been called lots of names: thief, con artist, repo man. He prefers the term “finder.” His latest job should be simple: find the spacecraft Venetia’s sword and steal it back from Arum Gilger, ex-nobleman turned power-hungry trade boss. Fergus locates both Gilger and the ship in a gas-giant-harvesting colony called Cernee. But Fergus’s arrival at the colony is anything but simple. A cable car explosion launches Cernee into civil war, leading Fergus to ally with the person he was supposed to steal from.
Finder is such an action-packed story, leaving no stone unturned. Right from the start, I could tell that Finder was going to be an amazing ride, from the action to the smallest bit of world-building, I could say that I was not left disappointed once the story itself concluded. The plot, a wonderful character-driven plot itself, mixed in with the detailed storytelling, was absolutely wonderful, keeping me on the edge of my seat while I so desperately tried to figure out what would happen next. Though Fergus’s character was perfectly written and well developed, including his many flaws and upbeat attitude, sadly I don’t think I could say the same about some of the secondary characters. Some of them lacked sort of individuality beside the fact that they were there – though there were a select few that managed to break that mold and leave some sort of impression behind.
|Page Count||391 pages|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|