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A Pale Light in the Black The Rollicking First Entry In A Unique Science Fiction Series That Introduces The Near Earth Orbital Guard NeoG A Military Force Patrolling And Protecting Space Inspired By The Real Life Mission Of The US Coast GuardFor The Past Year, Their Close Loss In The Annual Boarding Games Has Haunted Interceptor Team Zuma S Ghost With This Year S Competition Looming, They Re Looking Forward To Some Payback Until An Unexpected Personnel Change Leaves Them Reeling Their Best Swordsman Has Been Transferred, And A New Lieutenant Has Been Assigned In His PlaceMaxine Carmichael Is Trying To Carve A Place In The World On Her Own Away From The Pressure And Influence Of Her Powerful Family The Last Thing She Wants Is To Cause Trouble At Her Command On Jupiter Station With Her New Team In Turmoil, Max Must Overcome Her Self Doubt And Win Their Trust If She S Going To Succeed Failing Is Not An Option And Would Only Prove Her Parents RightBut Max And The Team Must Learn To Work Together Quickly A Routine Mission To Retrieve A Missing Ship Has Suddenly Turned Dangerous, And Now Their Lives Are On The Line Someone Is Targeting Members Of Zuma S Ghost, A Mysterious Opponent Willing To Kill To Safeguard A Secret That Could Shake Society To Its Core A Secret That Could Lead To Their Deaths And Kill Thousands Unless Max And Her New Team Stop ThemRescue Those In Danger, Find The Bad Guys, Win The Games It S All In A Day S Work At The NeoG


About the Author: K.B. Wagers

K.B Wagers is the author of the Indranan Farian War trilogies with Orbit Books and the new NeoG novels from Harper Voyager They hold a bachelor s degree in Russian Studies and a second degree black belt in Shaolin Kung Fu A native of Colorado, K.B lives at the base of the Rocky Mountains with their partner and a crew of recalcitrant cats In between books, they can be found attempting to learn Spanish, dying in video games, dancing to music, and scribbling new ideas in their bullet journal They are represented by Andrew Zack of The Zack Company.



10 thoughts on “A Pale Light in the Black

  1. says:

    This was a solid and enjoyable sci fi read I m a big sci fi fan but have not read as much lately as I would like too This had the sci fi space opera feel that I was looking for and I was happy to read this This reminded me a bit of Firefly mixed with Starship Troopers with a pinch of Ender s Game thrown in, but without all the bugs and aliens This is


  2. says:

    Thank you to NetGalley and HarperCollins Publishers for providing me with an ARC in exchange for an honest review A Pale Light in the Black follows the crew of Zuma s Ghost, who are members of the Near Earth Orbital Guard NeoG , a branch of the military akin to the Coast Guard in space These characters are the highlight of the story First off, they re diver


  3. says:

    I received this advance galley via NetGalley.I m a huge fan of Wagers s other sci fi series The Indranan War and The Farian War and I was very excited to see what they could do with space opera set closer to Earth While this book didn t have the instant magnetism of the previous books in part because I had a hard time keeping the large cast straight in my head on


  4. says:

    Absolute romp of a book Great fun, engaging characters I had a blast with this one.


  5. says:

    ALL THE STARS


  6. says:

    This is another great read from author KB Wagers This romp combines a lot of the things I love to see in my space operas Romance Cool action hero antics Emotional talks with partners Amazing world building that has inclusivity built in I love Max the main character and her journey as she grows with her new NeoG team and found family I love the games and how it felt like the olympi


  7. says:

    Overall, this was a really fun read I enjoyed reading about the crew of Zuma s Ghost and the found family aspect of it was great There was a fantastic amount of diversity too including lesbian, asexual and non binary characters and I really liked each POV.I had some issues with the writing and the overall plot though First, the writing I don t know if it s just because I ve been so used


  8. says:

    3.5 StarsAuthor K.B Wagers latest series offers a space opera world that feels like the lovechild of The Expanse and Becky Chamber s Wayfarers series Although it lacks the species diversity of Chamber s books, it does offer racial, orientation, and economic diversity, and the found family of the crew of Zuma s Ghost, a NeoG Near Earth Orbital Guard vessel is similar in feel to Wayfarers Set i


  9. says:

    This book packs a LOT in a compact and efficient package You ve got space, mystery, military, romance, and sports rivalries Wagers does a deft job of combining these elements, while freeing them from a whole bunch of toxic tropes This book is a fun queer romp with a nice mystery and that good good team spirit many of us love It s a book about a bunch of decent people trying to do their best to help


  10. says:

    Originally published at Reading RealityMilitary SF, done right, is one of the best things to read if you are looking for serious competence porn , and A Pale Light in the Black is definitely military SF done very, very right.There have been plenty of milSF stories featuring various branches of the service taken into space Often those services model the space forces around either the Navy, as in Honor Har


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