Sinbad’s Last Voyage Review
SEARCH IN  
Click here to buy posters
In Association with Amazon.com
 
ORDER BOOK
 BUY THE BOOK OR EBOOK
  
 
Andrea Talltrees is a Natural—part of a colony of people who choose to live like their ancestors had centuries ago, much like the Amish live today. She’s married, and she has a son and plenty of good neighbors. Then the Federation Marshals come and arrest her husband, Tran, carting him off to prison. But it’s not just any prison—it’s an intern camp, where most prisoners don’t live to see the end of their sentences.

Desperate to break her husband out of prison, she hires a smuggler named Sinbad sh’en Singh. She wasn’t prepared for the Felidan, who’s part human and part cat. He’s rude and crude, and he scares the dickens out of her—but he’s the only one who might be able to get Tran out of prison.

Sinbad hates all Terrans—people from Earth—so he has no interest in helping Andrea. Her people hurt his family beyond repair, and he can’t forgive them. But she offers him a substantial sum of money that he just can’t refuse. Then he finds out where her husband is being held—and exactly who he really is—and he wonders what he’s gotten himself into.

  
 
Andrea and Sinbad travel from planet to planet, chasing her husband after he escapes, running into danger, and, much to both their surprises, falling in love. Andrea is torn between two men she loves, and Sinbad kicks himself for falling for a woman who belongs to another—and she’s from Earth to boot. He’s not supposed to fall in love with a human.

Sinbad’s Last Voyage is the best thing Ms. Sweeney has written so far. Sinbad is definitely a rare and unique character. Even though he’s rude and crude, you’ll find yourself liking him anyway. He’s honest and straightforward, and he sugar-coats nothing. Andrea shows that she has backbone when she’s faced with unnerving situations that go beyond what she’s ever experienced in her sheltered life as a Natural—and that will make you admire her greatly.

Filled with thrilling scenes and danger at every turn, Sinbad’s Last Voyage moves along with sheer speed. It’s incomparable and ingenious, and you’re sure to enjoy this futuristic tale of love and adventure.

You’ll be hard-pressed to find anything like Sinbad’s Last Voyage, so if you’re looking for a romance that’s not another one of the cookie-cutter offerings out there, this is a great place to start.

Submissions Contributors Advertise About Us Contact Us Disclaimer Privacy Links Awards Request Review Contributor Login
© Copyright 2002 - 2018 NightsAndWeekends.com. All rights reserved.