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It wasn't easy for Molly being the only girl in Flight Academy, but getting expelled was even worse. Abandoned by her family when she was young and now tossed from the only home she's ever known, her future looks bleak.

But then Molly hears that her father's old starship has turned up halfway across the galaxy. Setting off to retrieve the old craft, she hopes it will hold clues to his disappearance. Accompanying her as a chaperone is Cole, her old flight partner from the Academy.

Molly can't believe it. She's now the proud owner of her own starship. Her Spring Break is going to be spent traveling across the galaxy with a cute boy. Could things possibly get any better?

Little does Molly know, they are about to get much, much worse . . .


Series reading order:

1. Molly Fyde and the Parsona Rescue
2. Molly Fyde and the Land of Light
3. Molly Fyde and the Blood of Billions
4. Molly Fyde and the Fight for Peace

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Molly Fyde and the Parsona Rescue (Book 1 of the Bern Saga)
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Book Tries Hard, Almost Succeeds
February 21st, 2015
It's hard to find the motivations of this book's characters. I feel strongly that the author simply knew what scenes he wanted to write and found ways to get the characters into them. Detail and foreshadowing are both sacrificed for the sheer number of adventures backed into this book. This book could have been great; it could have actually been three or four great books. It's still worth a glance on a bored night if you can't find an Atwood or a Hobb.
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January 21st, 2015
Off the sender by the sender by reply and then you can have any of attachments may are not sure if we I can have any to be able in a bit more information about it this message and the
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Fine space opera
October 20th, 2014
The story spins out of control with many typical twists and flips. A few spots where we had to suspend our normal reality for the sake of the story. That said, I'm off to buy the next book in the series.
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OK, I'll bite.
June 16th, 2014
Not as engrossing as the Shift series, but I'll check book #2, just in case. I found this a little bit juvenile and some of the details tedious at times.
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1 review
Good story line but ...
January 28th, 2014
Did not like the heroine. Had no sympathy for her.
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1 review
January 24th, 2014
I Have Thoroughly Enjoyed Each Of The Novels I The Bern Saga. IT Is A Unique And Interesting Setting Full Of Great Characters! The Interplay Between Them Isn't Always Typical Of The Standard Group OF Heroes, There Are Often Times When You Want To Reach Into The Pages And Slap Someone And Tell Them "You Are All Suppose To Get Along, Don't You Know What's At Stake!?" The Events Unfold In a Way That Will Keep You The Events Unfold In A Way That Will Keep You Wanting To Know What Happens
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1 review
Light reading, nice story
June 24th, 2013
It's an action packed book, that doesn't linger too much on detailed descriptions or deep character exploration. This isn't too bad given the nice flow of the story. It gets a bit problematic with the psychological part of the story which really has to push the point of internal struggle (as opposed to letting the reader figure that out for themselves). All in all an ejoyable read that nicely touches a wide range of conflicts and technology.
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