Spooky Action at a Distance by Felicia Watson (Book Review #690)

Spooky action at a distance is a traditional science fiction/space opera written in the vein of Gene Roddenberry-Esque storytelling. Even though this is a sequel to last years We Have met the Enemy; the two are self-contained complete stories.

Lt. Naiche is at peace. She is happy where she is living. Her father is with her, and they are on a ship where he is commanding. They are on a mission to look for a scientific expedition. However, things take a turn.


I had not read the first book, and so was wondering if that was going to matter. I was pleasantly surprised to see that the story stood with its single form; yet, kept its connectivity to the previous book.


The literature was standard. It was what you would expect from a sci-fi story. I particularly enjoyed the relationship between father and daughter: that added texture and a different source of love to the story.


I would recommend this book to anyone that likes to read sci-fi and space ship stories.


Written by Jeyran Main

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