Suffering from neural degeneration, Thea is fading away in an asylum with no hope of ever leaving it.
When Captain Law offers her an opportunity to board his ship in return for her help, the astrophysicist is faced with having to learn to trust them or end up in another asylum with slim chance for recovery. And then her secret will be lost.
With a contract that they are desperate to obtain and a rogue asteroid in enemy territory, Captain Law and his crew must keep Thea free from harm, but a missing crew member and a band of misfits thwart their efforts and send them on a mission no one was prepared for.
Can Thea and Captain Law learn to work together for one goal or will long-held secrets and mistrust shake their resolve and destroy their efforts?
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
Point of Origin is the sequel to No Port to Land (Review here) and continues Law’s adventures through space. This story features his crew, those we know from No Port to Land and new characters that didn’t appear in this book.
Thea, held in an asylum for six months, is getting weaker as the time passes and she has lost the ability to use her legs. Law finds her and recruits her for for a job. It’s Thea’s means of escaping and getting back to some semblance of a normal life.
I loved this story and I’m pretty sure I liked it more than the first book. I just want to find out more about Law and want to know what other adventure he and his crew go on. Also, Vee and Del are adorable. Vee is the AI of the ship and Del is a robot that was hired by Law.
This saga is great so far. I still wish that it could’ve lasted a bit longer. Great writing all the same and amazing characters and plot.
Read: 12 October 2015
Publication Date: 15 December 2015
Link to Author’s Goodreads Page: Ioana Visan