Against the Odds

Against the Odds Review

The worst has happened: Fleet is tearing itself apart. Some of the mutineers see injustice in the unequal spread of the rejuvenation drugs that offer virtual immortality to the rich; others are simply thirsty for power, or for blood. The Loyalists, m...

Title:Against the Odds
Edition Language:English

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  • Dan

    Reread.....

  • Katie Bee

    I get that there's a mutiny on and that Moon has a lot of balls in the air. But the best authors manage to balance and control those balls; Moon doesn't quite. The plot ends up scattered and confusing...

  • Kate

    I really enjoyed this finale to the Serrano series. Lots of ends were tied up satisfactorily and although everyone didn't live happily ever after, there was a satisfying sense of closure. I will miss ...

  • MB (What she read)

    Wow! It is really rare for me to come across a series that is 7 books long that is so tightly plotted and complex. With great character developments, complicated plots, and suspense. Most of all, wher...

  • Beth Cato

    This is book 7, the final volume in the Serrano Legacy series.[return][return]Chaos reigns across Familias Regnant space. The Speaker has again been assassinated. Part of the Fleet has mutinied, break...

  • Rhode

    Really more like 1.5. The Familias universe becomes even more annoyingly sexist (and I don't think the author quite meant it to appear that way, but it really, really is); the main romance is incredib...

  • Faith

    Right...ah. Hmm. So. The book is a little more coherent than its immediate predecessor -- seems like Moon does better when there's more procedural stuff, when we're really immersed in the military asp...

  • Falynn - the TyGrammarSaurus Rex

    One of my favourites of the series and the author did a good job of tying up most of the loose ends. The Livadhi subplot seemed a little forced though....

  • Cilfa

    I will actually review this series, one day. For now, let me say this:The series is delightful. Not brilliant, it lacks polish and good plotting, and the author has a serious problem with forshadowing...

  • Alex

    "Against the Odds" by Elizabeth Moon winds up the Serrano/Suzia series. I liked it but it is really the ending of the pair of books "Change of Command" and "Against the Odds". The publishers have issu...