Aftermath (2020)

Aftermath During the war against murderous flesh eating aliens grimspace jumper Sirantha Jax decided to go it alone The cost of her actions the destruction of modern interstellar travel and the lives of six h
  • Title: Aftermath
  • Author: Ann Aguirre
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  • Page: 430
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  • During the war against murderous, flesh eating aliens, grimspace jumper Sirantha Jax decided to go it alone The cost of her actions the destruction of modern interstellar travel and the lives of six hundred Conglomerate soldiers Now she s on trial for dereliction of duty, desertion, mass murder, high treason and her life.
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    1. Because there s no stopping Shelly, Jaime and I at this point WELCOME TO MY DESCENT INTO INSANITY COURTESY OF ANN AGUIRRE I m updating this review as my rage grows Lots of cursing to be expected March 27, 2015 1 AM I can t do this I don t know what I m feeling any I cried I fucking cried while reading a book Sirantha Jax, you ve done the impossible Updated March 27, 2015 8 AM okay so I ve slept on this I feel hungover I m still an emotional wreck And I m still rating this 5 stars Because this bo [...]

    2. Imagine yourself chasing something It s so close, you ve almost got it So wonderful.You missed it But it s okay You laugh and realize it was kind of fun No, it was a LOT of fun So you keep chasing Running, running, along for the rideSuddenly, you start to slow down, and start thinking Wait, why am I running again What am I chasing Oh yeah Ok I remember So you make the effort and soldier on because you think it s worth it, only to finally realize there has really been no point and all the running [...]

    3. 4.5 starsGrimspace is a bitch mistress who carries unearthly delight in one hand and a crop in the other We bear the latter to receive the former From Killbox Nobody builds worlds better than Ann Aguirre Nobody destroys them quite like her either At the end of Killbox, Jax did the only thing she thought could save the worlds threatened by the Morgut In doing so, she betrayed the Conglomerate, the Armada, but most of all March both as her lover and as her commanding officer She now has to face co [...]

    4. Originally posted at WickedLilPixie ReviewsThis is a spoiler free review.I have had to allow myself 24 hours to digest Aftermath, the stunning fifth book in Ann Aguirre s Sirantha Jax series, before writing up my review I will give my usual disclaimer I provide in my reviews of Jax books I am not a huge Science Fiction fan nor am I an expert of the genre I picked this series up at the strong recommendation of Mandi from Smexybooks, and could kiss her for it What I think makes the series so incre [...]

    5. The Sirantha Jax series feels like it s changed so much from those first, frenetic, action packed books, but I know that s not wholly accurate Jax s world is as messy and political and fraught with peril as ever, but my relationship with the characters has deepened to the point where they are almost all I see any Though not in an urban fantasy setting, fans will find the species and technologies in this world are written as accessibly as any magic, and the romance and action portrayed definitely [...]

    6. Definitely of a 3.5 But, I m bumping it up because I m a nice guy There are two very good reasons why I marked this low But I m not saying Yet Because Spoiler free 3 days and counting.

    7. One thing that I really love about this series is the slow silent triumph of Vel He s my favourite and I m not sure Jax deserves his partnership Um, anyway Another instalment down, only one left

    8. I am such a complete and utter wretched mess after reading this book, I barely even know where to begin I feel conflicted The journey I have taken with these characters has brought me to places I could have never expected and they are not all places I wanted to go Things don t feel the same But they re not supposed to It s kind of the point But I loved what it was before and change is hard Especially if it breaks your heart.The book is aptly titled It s all about the aftermath of Jax s actions a [...]

    9. 4.5 stars Emotional, surprising heart breaking This book takes a very different turn to the others and I loved it Sirantha must deal with the fallout of her actions both emotionally and judicially She altered the grimspace beacons to prevent an invasion but it was at the cost of 600 soldier s lives As well as being subjected the public s ire and condemnation, she must face trial for her life and defend her actions Dead women get monuments live ones get trialsShe is haunted by their deaths and th [...]

    10. As soon as this book hit my Kindle at 2am in the morning, I was reading I fell asleep at some point, woke up a few hours later and kept reading until the end I completely jacked up my sleep schedule, but it was worth it to read the new installment of the Sirantha Jax series I love this series so much that I actually reread all the books to be ready for this newest installment.So what do I have to say This book was perfect So good in every way Even the parts with March I don t like him at all wer [...]

    11. I ve probably said this in every Sirantha Jax review I ve written, but I ll say it again I don t read a lot of Sci Fi The thought of Sci Fi just doesn t appeal to me It s like one step too far past paranormal and I don t have interest But long ago, someone recommended Grimspace by Ann Aguirre, and I picked it up And I loved it I can t help but to compare Sirantha Jax to Kate Daniels from Ilona Andrews series They are both so unselfish, honorable, loyal to their friends individuals They get crap [...]

    12. I will say this The covers of this series are absolutely the best I love this artist, whoever it is INSTANTLY makes me want to pick up a book So, I LOVE this series so much, I think I feel mixed about it because it doesn t go the way I PERSONALLY would want it to go It s a really well done book that ties up a bunch of loose ends in the lead character Sirantha s life I just am confused about why the path is what it is, considering the arc of the series thus far.There is a LOT of trauma and drama [...]

    13. WARNING This is of a rant than a review, and contains some parts that people might consider SPOILERS I must admit that, as much as I have been relentlessly plowing through this series, I was pretty nervous to start reading Aftermath Based on the plot summary, I knew that this book was going to be like Doubleblind my least favorite book in the series than the action centric books.I wish I could say that this book proved my fears to be unfounded, but, in truth it didn t.I think the worst part a [...]

    14. This book, this whole series, is so incredibly hard to read And I mean that in the very best of ways I just finished Aftermath moments ago, and I am crying my eyes out.There are so many things to say about this book This is the book where Jax ties up loose ends All of the dangling bits from the reckless, selfish person that she used to be, all the promises she made to herself and others, all the things weighting down her soul that is what is handled here It feels like a ritual cleansing A step b [...]

    15. It s taken me a long time to write a review of Aftermath, probably because I still can t quite decide what I think of everything that happened in it and I m kind of torn at this point over whether I even want to read the final book in the series On one hand I want to know how it ends but on the other I m pretty nervous because I m not sure I like where the series is going Anyway, let s focus on Aftermath for now and leave fears of Endgame until this review is finished I knew that the aftermath o [...]

    16. First of all I have to say that I m never reading a book like this 10 days what the hell And postponing it made me forget certain things thoughts so eventually I ended up giving it the neutral score three.I m not sure if the book was good for you guys but it was strange for me Whenever I d start reading Aftermath something would happen Vampires Suck playing on HBO, my PC needing to be formatted or moving to another freakin country true story So of course I had to postpone reading in order to fix [...]

    17. Yep, 5 stars I love where this is going I ve got to sit on it for a bit longer, but hell, I cried like a damn baby But Sirantha has been through A LOT Direct jumping, arrest, trial, Baby Z, tons And March has his own agenda They are both self starters Its no surprise that he can t wait around for her while she s in prison I don t think this is a love triangle I think she has enough room in her heart to love multiple people I have a backstory that aligns with this, so sue me She states that she [...]

    18. It must have been love, but it s over now.I wanted to punch Jax in the face during this novel, repeatedly This series was so damn good when it started Now i see it should have ended a long time ago One thing I have to ask is this why does Jax, a jumper, a rebel, a fighter, and over all such a badass constantly find problems when it comes to something so simple as her relationship with March Seriously, just why even bother It s not like the sex is any good And him This woman repeatedly fucks him [...]

    19. This review contains spoilers.Sirantha Jax may have saved New Earth and its allied planets from a war they cannot win against the flesh eating Morgut, but it came at the cost of six hundred Conglomerate soldiers Returning to Venice Minor after changing the beacons in grimspace to prevent most of the vast Morgut fleet from jumping to their part of the universe, Jax quietly lets herself be taken into custody by her best friend and commander of the Ithtorian fleet, Vel, and taken to New Earth for h [...]

    20. Wow I have waited for this book all year and it was worth it I set my alarm for 3 am, to go to bed, so I would not remain awake all night reading I snuck the book into work and though I was never able to crack it open, I thought about it all day and continued reading the second I arrived home Aguirre is such an amazing writer I am in awe of the world she has built, how skillfully she sucked me in, how deeply I care for her characters This book was beautiful and had everything I could possibly wa [...]

    21. I ll write up my review later on or tomorrow 1.5 Stars.This is already not starting out good I m 5% into it right now, and I have highlighted several things already that annoy me We re brought in where the last one left off, which is Jax going into Grimspace to change the frequency of the jump beacons Then she ll say she has no idea how long she was out for, followed by a little later referring to her long time in Grimspace The planet is being attacked, and she sends a message to Tarn about not [...]

    22. Regrettably I just can t finish this book, I am utterly heartbroken at what has become of one of my favorite series of all times I went ahead and read Sarah and Shelly s reviews for Aftermath and Engame view spoiler A fucking love triangle with Vel, and she moves in with him, I mean c mon hide spoiler and because of that, decided I needed to remember Sirantha and March as they were and not what they do or become in the last two books of this series I am so saddened at the direction Mrs Aguirre w [...]

    23. Probably 3.5 stars because I missed March I have to say, though, Ann Aguirre knows how to make her characters and readers suffer This was a painful book from the first chapter.This remains one of my favorite series I hope Jax gets her happy ending in the next book, but I hope it doesn t come after eight years I want to hook March up with some nanites so they can slowly grow old together

    24. I am speechless Ann Aguirre is a very brave writer 5 stars for the last 40%, 3 stars for the first 40% I may adjust later, I need to think about this book and review.

    25. Mostly it was great I really like the woman Jax has grown up the be, that part of the long story arc is terrific What she did should have consequences, even if it was justified, and I agree that it was If she was the type of person who could do that and not care then she wouldn t be the type of person that we ve all fallen in love with, so exploring that was interesting And I ve always loved Aguirre s storytelling And Vel, this book is full of Vel, which is wonderful Everything Vel is wonderful [...]

    26. It s really hard for me to even put thoughts down about this book.I feel like all the growth I saw in Sirantha in the previous book was nullified here I hated her decision at the end of Killbox, and though with thought I would have agreed with it, she didn t give it that thought She made it rashly, without concern for all the consequences, and thought to die there Only coming back because she didn t have the forethought to warn March that no one should jump.I didn t think about the consequences [...]

    27. Posted on Under the CoversOpening line Dying isn t like living it requires no effort at all.Ann Aguirre started this series with a heroine who was strong and kickass, but in the fifth book, AFTERMATH readers come to realize just how much growth Sirantha Jax has done since the first book Jax makes a decision that results in the death of 600 soldiers In life, that s an obscenely large amount of souls lost But in war, that s a lot of manpower gone As people burst out in outrage, Jax must do what sh [...]

    28. The Sirantha Jax series feels like it s changed so much from those first, frenetic, action packed books, but I know that s not wholly accurate Jax s world is as messy and political and fraught with peril as ever, but my relationship with the characters has deepened to the point where they are almost all I see any The friendship between Vel and Jax grows and beautiful by the day, and Jax s love life is continually running afoul of her and March s greater responsibilities.It is those responsibil [...]

    29. Aftermath got off to a promising start, what with Jax on trial against the Conglomerate, but it quickly became apparent that Book 5 of the Sirantha Jax Series was very much a and I hate to use this word filler novel Essentially, nothing much happens Jax isn t acting as a diplomat to a foreign planet, she isn t off fighting a war, and nor is she doing much jumping Aftermath fills in the gaps that we ve forgotten about since Doublebind burst onto the page and, as such, it isn t a favorite of mine [...]

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