Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Cover Artist: Meg Daunting
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 12/09/2015
Length: Novel (~ 50K-100K)
Genre: Fantasy, M/M Romance, Science Fiction
Jeremey has been an unrepentant troublemaker since the day he learned to walk, with no intention of slowing down—until the day tragedy struck.
Now a young man, Jeremey seeks to make amends for his wild youth and fulfill an unspoken promise he once made years ago to the people of Noman. All he needs is a dragon and a chance to prove himself, which is easier said than done in the face of a crashed spaceship, hostile aliens, a deadly plague, and interstellar war.
Still, if there’s anyone up to the task, it’s Jeremey Jasper, troublemaker extraordinaire.
I fell in love with No Man’s land in about 11,000 words when I read In the Hours of Darkness. Tygati gave us dragons and shifters, a hostile environment and people just trying to live their lives. I knew Noman had more stories to tell.
There was no question I was going to revisit the world when the sequel came out. On this trip, we get to see the world through the eyes of former troublemaker Jeremy — whom we met in Darkness. That hostile environment took Jeremy’s family, and he is determined to make sure it doesn’t happen to someone else.
I enjoyed getting to know Jeremy as the man he grew into. He isn’t the bratty trouble-maker anymore. I also enjoyed getting to see him grow into his role as a rider. While there are some inevitable parallels between his relationship with Sapphire and the one between Charlie and Zorevan from Darkness, their story and relationship are all their own. We get to see them from the moment they meet, through battle, and off into the proverbial sunset. Not that I think we are done with these two in any way shape or form.
I think Jeremy and Sapphire are in for more adventures, with and without the the help of Charlie and Zorevan. Noman has not give up all of it’s stories. I would venture a guess that we are far from the end. I hope this isn’t my last trip to No Man’s Land.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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