eric olafson-captain black velvet

Review of ‘Eric Olafson: Captain Black Velvet’

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Eric Olafson has been assigned an important mission, rid Freespace, a buffer zone between the Big Four Allies and their minions, and those who want to remain independent, of pirates. He’s undercover as a female pirate known as Captain Black Velvet, which, when added to the danger he faces should his cover be blown, causes him some personal anxiety and problems with his self-image.

The main enemies he must vanquish are the Kermac, a race with a voracious appetite for conquest. For Olafson, this is a do or die mission – quite literally. Little does he know, though, that his mission is not quite so simple. He finds himself in the middle of a battle that spans the cosmos, and it will take all of his wiles to survive.

Eric Olafson: Captain Black Velvet by Vanessa Ravencroft continues the adventures of Eric Olafson, a freebooter and adventurer with a Viking heritage, and a Viking mentality. An eclectic cast of characters of all species are melded together into a starship crew that makes Star Trek look like a commuter ride on the Washington, DC Metro system.

I received an advanced review copy of this book, and thoroughly enjoyed reading it.

I give it five stars.

 

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