Nameless

Nameless A.C.Williams
  • Title: Nameless
  • Author: A.C.Williams
  • ISBN: 9780692204764
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nameless A.C.Williams Nameless NAMELESS is a sci fi treat filled with action romance and the eternal quest of remembering who we really are Gritty at times poignant at others with a touch of hilarity in between Tosca Lee NY Tim
    NAMELESS is a sci fi treat filled with action, romance and the eternal quest of remembering who we really are Gritty at times, poignant at others, with a touch of hilarity in between Tosca Lee, NY Times Bestselling Author of The Legend of Sheba Rise of a QueenA girl with no memories A man with too many And an assassin who starts a war to find them.On the seedy backw NAMELESS is a sci fi treat filled with action, romance and the eternal quest of remembering who we really are Gritty at times, poignant at others, with a touch of hilarity in between Tosca Lee, NY Times Bestselling Author of The Legend of Sheba Rise of a QueenA girl with no memories A man with too many And an assassin who starts a war to find them.On the seedy backwater moon where a NUSovian ship dropped Xander off to scratch a living among the mines and brothels, true friends are a luxury she can t afford What kind of person doesn t know her own name Waiting tables and fending off amorous drunks barely earns Xander enough to survive, let alone escape to the civilized colony of NUSaxony to find a neurotherapist who can help her regain her lost memories.But help often comes from unexpected places.An ex assassin on the run from his own past, Kale and a team of bounty hunters as eclectic and derelict as their ship saves Xander from a syndicate operative who started a space colony war to find her They race against time, seeking the spaceship that holds the key to Xander s memories before the syndicate catches up with them.As the net closes in, Xander faces a choice.Is finding herself worth the price her friends will pay Or does true friendship mean sacrificing Xander s memories walking away from everyone she loves to keep them safe After all, some things are important than a name.
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    About A.C.Williams


    1. A.C Williams also writes under the pen name Kimberly McNeil for a young adult audience.


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    1. Nameless was a fascinating science fiction dystopian tale It drew me in and kept me turning pages, intrigued with the story of this nameless girl who can t remember anything She s called Xander, and works in a saloon on one of Jupiter s moons She s repulsed by the depravity and animalistic behaviors around her but can t remember exactly why she thinks they re so wrong.A.C Williams is a talented writer and this story is a gripping one The world is well crafted and the characters real to the point [...]

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    2. I m a converted geek, drawn into a puzzling universe of aliens and space travel and scientific inventions by virtue of complex plots and compelling characters, and this book is exactly the kind of story that made me fall in love with space opera to begin with Think Joss Whedon s Firefly and throw in a girl with lost memories, a hot and deadly ex assassin, and a whole new universe of worlds and even life questions A.C Williams keeps the story moving with lots of action and a whole cast of unique [...]

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    3. This book is a really gripping sci fi, though not an easy read at times see content warning It follows a young girl who goes by Xander She has no memory of who she is and is struggling to survive on a harsh moon colony It s Christian at its core with Xander remembering that she is a Christian about halfway through the book Before she remembers, she is doing her best to live a moral lifestyle in a society that has no knowledge of God I found it to be a really interesting concept, following Xander [...]

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    4. This book is the first in a series It sets up the story world, introduces the characters and leaves you begging for .It reads like a television pilot Like the pilot for the best show ever, a gritty western set in space that features kick butt women and sharp shooting men, that will develop a cult following after Fox cancels it after one season.Okay, so maybe Nameless by A.C Williams isn t exactly Firefly but it will appeal to fans of the late scifi classic Nameless follows a young woman who has [...]

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    5. An intriguing story and colorful characters that leave you wishing for Looking forward to the next installment.

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    6. Just entertainment, romance than scifi or fantasyThis is one of those books where I feel vaguely disquieted after reading it It s not because I m a prude or naive And it s not really that this is a thinly disguised romance in scifi clothing It s because it s promoted as Christian fiction.The main character is Christian, I think But there s little evidence.It is entertaining But, that s no longer enough for me.

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    7. First, I m going to get out of the way what I didn t like, because there s so little of it, yet it may be important for some readers.There s quite a bit of swearing in this book It s all mild swear words, no f bombs Which is going to set me off on a rabbit trail, so if you re in a hurry, skip ahead a few lines Anyway, sex in the book on that later is referred to as tumble or tumbling On the one hand, I like this, as it gives some setting to the book However, every time you see the word tumble y [...]

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    8. Upon reading the synopsis, I was excited to dive into the universe of Nameless I was not put off by the fact that this book was apart of a trilogy as an avid reader, I was excited to be captivated by the book s The author does a great job of bringing the worlds to life That fact, in itself, was the one of the few things that encouraged me to keep reading Though the book was very easy to read, contained few grammatical errors, and supplied swoon enticing chemistry between the hero and the protago [...]

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    9. I began reading Nameless fully expecting to enjoy it Overall, my expectations were met Nameless combines strong characterization with an action filled plot, set in a universe with a similar atmosphere to Joss Whedon s Firefly In this quasi future, mankind has conquered the stars, but brought along the same issues and problems Races and cultures are re imagined in condensed, terraformed locales with evocative names like NuChungWo Asiatic and NuSaxony British It s effective world building that all [...]

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    10. Wonderful start for this new trilogy I have to say that I actually surprised myself with this one because this genre isn t typically one that appeals to me However, the author did such a nice job of developing the characters and making me care for their stories that when I looked down and realized that I had less than 5% remaining in the book, I was actually disappointed to know that it was about to end It definitely left me wanting , so I ll be looking forward to the next installment

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    11. If you love character driven plots with witty and fast dialogue then this is the book for you The main character is resilient and vulnerable, honorable and naive She s an easy character to root for while you also want to yell from the sidelines trying to warn her The side characters in this novel are well rounded and delightful The technology and ships in this book are fantastically drawn and imaginative I had to buy the sequel immediately

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    12. This is very well written space opera It s also Firefly fanfic I lost interest once I figured that out, but lots of other people will love it Very funny, witty banter, memorable characters, but not for me.

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