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Dakiti: Ziva Payvan Book 1 (English Edition) par [Fisch, EJ]
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The distant world of Haphez is located on the edge of populated space. The planet's native superhuman race is feared and respected by neighboring civilizations. Their military and police forces are unmatched.

Lieutenant Aroska Tarbic is an agent with the revered Haphezian Special Police. He’s lost a lot in a short period of time; the other members of his squad were killed in a tragic accident, and his younger brother was wrongfully convicted and executed for a crime he didn’t commit. Just when Aroska thinks he’s starting to piece his life back together, he’s assigned to a joint task force with a special operations team. It seems like a unique opportunity, at least until he learns that his new commander is none other than Ziva Payvan, HSP’s finest operative… and the assassin who killed his brother.

Ziva is good at her job, a business that requires her to ignore her feelings and carry out her missions without question. She’s confident in her own abilities to complete the assignment, but Aroska is a wildcard. When their team stumbles across a young human during a routine investigation, they soon realize that the situation isn't what it seems. The boy has unwittingly uncovered an age-old plot, one that could put the entire Haphezian race in jeopardy.

Now the lines between friend and foe have become blurred, and no one can be trusted. United by the imminent threat, Ziva and Aroska must set their differences aside in order to save their people… and maybe even each other.

All roads lead to… DAKITI

Biographie de l'auteur

EJ Fisch is a long-time fan of the science fiction genre. She has a vivid imagination, and has been writing as a hobby since junior high. When she's not busy writing, she enjoys listening to music, drawing her own concept art, playing video games, and spending time with her animals. She currently resides in southern Oregon with her family.

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  • Editeur : Transcendence Publishing; Édition : 1 (29 mai 2014)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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6 internautes sur 6 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A dynamic series opener, from a writer to watch! 31 juillet 2015
Par Werner A. Lind - Publié sur
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This rousing science fiction adventure yarn, in the space opera tradition, is far better crafted than today's average first novel. Set in a far-future galaxy widely colonized by humans, who have come into contact with various alien races, it features interplanetary intrigue, strong plotting and characterization, and a LOT of well-written action. But it also pays serious attention to interpersonal relationships and moral issues; this is not a shallow novel.

Our two main characters, Ziva and Aroska, are humanoid aliens of the Haphezian race, taller and stronger than Earth humans (and much in demand in the galaxy as military allies or mercenaries), but otherwise much like them, except for more varied and vivid hair/eye color and having two stomachs and only needing to eat every few days. Both characters are agents of the Haphezian Special Police, newly assigned to work together against their planet's terrorist insugency; but Ziva also works as a government-employed assassin --in which capacity, a few years previously, she killed Aroska's brother. And Haphez is in the middle of tense interactions between the human Federation, the rebels fighting against it, human fringe planets like Tantal that maintain their independence (and whose hereditary Governor and his son are currently on a diplomatic mission to Haphez) and the reptilian Sardons, who recently fought a war with Haphez --and might again. All these conflicting agendas create plenty of tension; add in a sinister plot with nasty aims and homicidal tactics, and events come to a boil quickly.

Ziva is a wonderfully-drawn, complex character; and Aroska and the other major characters are very life-like as well. Fisch throws some twists and turns into her plot, and the last chapters especially are suspenseful right up to the end. (There's no sexual content here, and minimal bad language, strictly of the h- or d-word sort.) Highly recommended for readers who like action SF, in which both genders get to be part of the action!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A New Favorite Author! 30 mai 2014
Par N. Cross - Publié sur
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I don’t normally read Sci-Fi. I was skeptical about whether an 80k “space odyssey” would hold my attention. I was in for a very pleasant surprise. First of all, the writer’s style is highly readable; it’s almost like I absorbed the story through osmosis. Secondly, the characters were unforgettable, bigger-than-life, and yet authentic-feeling. I could relate to them and their emotions. And finally, the world building and action were so well done I could picture everything as if I was right there at Dakiti in the thick of things. The plotting is very tight and never lags. Action scenes ping off each other like HSP gunplay. I was caught up in this story and never lost interest. This writer has become a new favorite of mine, and I can hardly wait to revisit Ziva, Aroska and their cohorts in book two!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Rekindling a love of scifi 30 mars 2015
Par John Smith - Publié sur
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I read science fiction often as a teenager but fell away from it in recent years only to begin yearning for it again in the past few months after rereading some Anne McCaffrey books. I decided to give Dakiti by EJ Fisch a try, and I'm glad I did. What I found within the pages of this book was an assassin with a secret, some aliens with interesting hair, a creepy medical facility, and unanswered questions that will definitely make me pick up the next book in this series. Four stars!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Loved it. Buying book 2 today. 15 décembre 2014
Par K. Cross - Publié sur
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I stumbled into this book on referral from a friend, and was pleasantly surprised by what I found.

I'm really not all that experienced with science fiction/space exploration genres, but I didn't struggle reading this book at all as an "outsider" to this type of story. The science was sufficient without being overexplained, nor underexplained.

What I worried about at the beginning was a "budding romance" story that comes to the MC's out of nowhere, but was really excited that didn't happen, and the author really stayed true to the characters.

Overall, the story happens very quickly, so it kept me intrigued, but there is very little exposition. A lot of the little details kind of escaped me through the story, but the basic/main plot line was clear the entire time, so I didn't really care as much about that. For writing characters with intense personalities and personality traits, I think the author did a really good job making them believable. There was no real "happy ending", which is good, because the story wouldn't have called for one. Everything is resolved, however.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Well written sci-fi space opera with a kick-butt heroine 26 avril 2015
Par Anna Erishkigal - Publié sur
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We read this as Book of the Month for the Goodreads Space Opera Fans community. It was well-written science fiction space opera with a kick-butt heroine and interesting situations, with just enough of a slowly-budding relationship to maintain my interest without being gag-me sappy. The entire community enjoyed this group read, and the second book in the series as well.
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