• Title: Korval's Game
  • Author: Sharon Lee Steve Miller
  • ISBN: 9781439134399
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
  • Korval s Game The Liaden Universe R series has enthralled thousands of readers and now two of its most exciting space adventure novels are combined in one popularly priced Omni trade volume Plan B Val Con yos Phel
    The Liaden Universe R series has enthralled thousands of readers, and now two of its most exciting space adventure novels are combined in one popularly priced Omni trade volume Plan B Val Con yos Phelium is a fugitive The heir of Clan Korval is wanted by the covert Liaden agency known as the Department of the Interior, whose rulers have declared unofficial war againstThe Liaden Universe R series has enthralled thousands of readers, and now two of its most exciting space adventure novels are combined in one popularly priced Omni trade volume Plan B Val Con yos Phelium is a fugitive The heir of Clan Korval is wanted by the covert Liaden agency known as the Department of the Interior, whose rulers have declared unofficial war against the entire clan With only his love, Miri Robertson, by his side, Val Con plans a desperate gamble by forming an alliance with Clan Erob on the planet where Miri was born But Val Con s cousin, Shan yos Galan, can t wait for help that may never arrive With enemy agents closing in, he invokes Plan B setting in motion a series of events that will have dire consequences, not only for him and his life mate, Priscilla Mendoza, but all of Liad I Dare On the run from the agents of the Department of the Interior, Val Con has been separated from Miri Shan, Val Con s cousin, and Shan s life mate Priscilla, continue to search for him, believing that he s the Clan s last hope for survival But the DOI is attacking Clan Korval in a subtle fashion Pat Rin yos Phelium Val s ne er do well, nearly identical cousin, gambler and shooter is offered control of the clan The DOI believes they can manipulate him into serving their agenda They re wrong I rarely rave on and on about stories, but I am devoted to Lee and Miller novels and stories Anne McCaffrey

    One Reply to “Korval's Game”

    1. [April 2015] Re-read. A complete delight, as usual; especially I Dare, in which so many long-running, independent subplots at last merge into an extremely satisfying whole.[June 2014] This omnibus contains two excellent novels, both of which end on rather exciting cliffhangers. The first, Plan B, is the apex of the "Agent of Change" sequence; it's a very military book, packed with epic land and space battles and terrific feats of derring-do. Continuing the long-running theme of 'turning stranger [...]

    2. This is two books, Plan B and I Dare. Korval' s Game was the only edition of I Dare that I could find at my local library. I Dare is a continuation of the story from Plan B. I've already reviewed Plan B so this review is for I Dare.Up until now Pat Rin has been portrayed as a playboy with no useful occupation or interests. The Department of the Interior makes this assumption and is surprised to find it has awakened his innate administrative abilities and strong family ties that drive him to seek [...]

    3. Plan B 29.6.2014 Wow. No rest for the wicked. Amazing, wonderful, intricate, fascinating, mind-blowing continuation of the story. Love! 5 starsI Dare 29-30.6.2014 Exquisite worldbuilding, exciting adventure, fantastic character growth, satisfying relationships, absolutely wonderful to read. 5 stars

    4. Another excellent set of books in this omnibus furthering the core story of the Korval line. Lots of action and warfare in these two books, pitting the Department of the Interior against the House Korval and their honor-bound duty to protect the various clans on Liad, despite their short-sightedness and political wranglings.

    5. Plan B. Now that was fun reading.I Dare. Fills in all the gaps I had by starting with the Theo books.I hate that I am up to date with this storyline. At least I have the first vol. of short stories on hand.

    6. Two-book volume. Earned a 5-star rating for the first book, even before beginning the second! AMAZING.

    7. A rollicing good read! Could not put it down. Lee & Miller do such a great job developing characters.

    8. I love these books. The characterization and worldbuilding are fantastic. I think it's time for a re-read.

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