[Heidi Ruby Miller] Marked by Light Ambasadora #1 [cultural Book] Ebook – Kindle or Book


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  • Marked by Light Ambasadora #1
  • Heidi Ruby Miller
  • English
  • 14 May 2019
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10 thoughts on “Marked by Light Ambasadora #1

  1. says:

    I really loved this book Miller is an architect of a believable set of worlds The romantic elements are lovely and the characters are interesting This is one of those rare books that spans the genres of science fiction and romance and does it really well I would advise however reading the preuel Greenshift before embarking on the Ambasadora journeyYou will love both books so why not start there? Greenshift introduces all the majo

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    Book Info Genre Romantic science fiction Reading Level AdultMy Thoughts My friend Coral over at Alchemy of Scrawl blog recently posted a review of this book and I realized I’d had a free copy since last summer She made it sound so enticing I decided to give it a uick read right away I’m not generally a fan of romance but I figured in a science fiction setting I might find it bearable And I was right – in fact the romance was

  3. says:

    Eual parts action sci fi and romance Ambasadora isn't uite like anything I've read before Now I should say that I haven't read much contemporary sci fi but I love that authors like Miller are bringing new perspectives and tropes to the genre I was impressed with the depth and range of the characters The romantic

  4. says:

    Heidi Ruby Miller marries science fiction and romance together in her novel Ambasadora via an enormity of world building far future te

  5. says:

    I was curious going into this book as I lean towards PNR than sci fi in my tastes but this book exceeded my expectations and made me re think my genre bias Ms Miller has done a stellar job creating a world of complex ideologies multiple exotic settings and cool technology for both her “real” and “virtual” worlds I found myself reading slower in the first uarter of the book because the descriptions were so rich w

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    I don't normally read sci fi romance but I was pleasantly surprised with Ambasadora Set in a future world where love is considered an emotional fallacy and society is based on a polygamous caste system where continuing the family line is everything and having an unpolluted genetic pool is considered the epitome of success to the p

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    In a society where breeding and caste are sacrosanct can you find true love? Heidi Ruby Miller proves you can—in a world with six moons that provides all the imaginative richness a sci fi milieu can muster The setting is f

  8. says:

    I love this book What you need to know about me I don't like sci fi at all I sat through every episode of Star Trek the Next Generation because I fell in love with a man that loved it For me it was a snooze fest with a capital S So the fact that this book was so thoroughly enjoyable threw me for a loopThe story is fast paced and exciting I was amazed at how thorough the author was in creating an entire alternate universe

  9. says:

    I love this book What you need to know about me I don't like sci fi at all I sat through every episode of Star Trek the Nex

  10. says:

    This book was a pleasant surprise overall I loved it The characters were deep and easy to care about The tortures were believable and brutal The love story was great and the sex was good The worlds were well defined The writing style was exc

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Marked by Light Ambasadora #1

MARKED BY LIGHT is the first book in the Ambasadora science fiction adventure series This space thriller contains elements of space opera science fiction romance cyberpunk military science fiction a galactic empire anthropological science fiction and dystopian society If everyone told you love wasn't real would you still be willing to die for itSara Mendoza and Sean Cryer areIn their multi partner caste ruled society love and jealousy are considered emotional fallacies nothing than fleeting moods and sentiments biased by hormones Relationships and conceptions in this world obsessed with celebrity beauty and. I really loved this book Miller is an architect of a believable set of worlds The romantic elements are lovely and the characters are interesting This is one of those rare books that spans the genres of science fiction and romance and does it really well I would advise however reading the preuel Greenshift before embarking on the Ambasadora journeyYou will love both books so why not start there Greenshift introduces all the major characters as well as the interesting terra formed landscape of the solar system they inhabit It s a lovely novella I am guessing that they were originally written together as one book but the author was probably given the advice to separate them because Ambassadora already had two plot lines running concurrently I personally wouldn t have had a problem with this it is a style sometimes used in Space Opera to have a large cast of characters and they are all present and accounted for except for the Sara in Greenshift And actually in Greenshift I believe some elements of the society and worlds are thoroughly explainedThis author s many strengths include complex world building complex societal structure complex technology The plot was well crafted as well The story unfolded in such a way that I wasn t ever sure where we were headed next and each new scene brought an interesting setting That is a great compliment to the author because I generally feel like I can see what is coming next and here I just couldn t put it down I had to know what Sean and Sara were going to do nextI had a little trouble connecting with Sara at first the only real flaw I can find in this book The author didn t give us a lot to go on I would have liked internal dialogue and of what makes Sara tick in those first chapters at first she just seems like a selfish Socialite girl and I didn t really feel that sorry for her but after a few chapters I started rooting for her I also could have used fleshing out of the world in those first few chapters the stuff that is present in Greenshift but scarce here Sean I identified with right away and I actually was left wanting to see of Sean his life and backstory He is a really wonderfully complex character very well drawn I hope he figures in some of Miller s future works I loved this look at a future dystopian society that had forgotten its roots and had a whole new series of problems that we don t face I thought the complex societal structure was really amazing and a believable human reaction to a very real threat A polygamy cast system developed in response to widespread fertility problems and the human race nearly dying out I could actually see that happeningDialogue was good descriptions interesting but not overdone There are no info dumps in this book The author deftly keeps you informed just what you need to know at any given moment and lets your imagination do the rest Some of the descriptions given in Greenshift bear repeating in Ambasadora though Just a teeny info dump would have helped those first chapters for meA great start for an indie author I m glad I happened across this book I was incredibly sad when I finished it I look forward to seuels

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Power are based on DNA and lineagesor should be But not everyone believes in the ruling traditions of the all powerful Embassy A uiet rebellion prowls the dark underground of this shiny world where techno militants calling themselves fraggers grow in numbers and bravado The Embassy intends to silence the fragger movement before the heresy of euality spreads throughout the system Sara Mendoza is part of the Embassy's plan Captured tortured and falsely accused of treason she is given a chance to win back her freedom She only needs to charm information from one of the fragger leaders then kill him But by the ti. Heidi Ruby Miller marries science fiction and romance together in her novel Ambasadora via an enormity of world building far future technology systems and a love triangle that will keep readers uickly turning pages The intricacies of court politics in an intra brazial society show Miller s ability to stick to detail and create a realistic and fascinating other world but it s her ability to build character relationships and explore the human spirit that marks her as a stand out in the genre

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Me she figures out the Embassy's intel is flawed and that Sean Cryer is her true mark she's already in love with him Sean knows why Sara is on his ship from the start but as a lonely anti social doser he doesn't value his life only his ideology within the fragger organization Against his better judgment he becomes her protector each day caring about a future he was always afraid to hope forAlso read GREENSHIFT From the World of Ambasadora the first book in a new Science Fiction Romance series set in the same universeComing 2014 STARRIE From the World of AmbasadoraComing 2015 Ambasadora BOOK 2 SCARRED BY LIGH. I love this book What you need to know about me I don t like sci fi at all I sat through every episode of Star Trek the Next Generation because I fell in love with a man that loved it For me it was a snooze fest with a capital S So the fact that this book was so thoroughly enjoyable threw me for a loopThe story is fast paced and exciting I was amazed at how thorough the author was in creating an entire alternate universe Her attention to detail really sucked me in That and the relationship between Sara Mendoza Ranier and Sean The torture scenes were brutal the love scenes were hot and the entire message of societyvalues left me awestruck I highly recommend you give this title a shot It will blow you away And when you re done you ll be able to pass it along to the sci fi fan in your life Just think you ll be able to talk Fragger speak with the best of them at the Nebula awards


About the Author: Heidi Ruby Miller

Heidi Ruby Miller uses research for her stories as an excuse to roam the globe With degrees in Anthropology Geography Foreign Languages and Writing she knew early that penning fast paced exotic adventures would be her life She's put her experiences and studies to paper in her far future AMBASADORA series and her two new thriller seriesIn between trips Heidi teaches creative writing at Set