Best Read [ Shockball (Stardoc, #4)] by [ S.L. Viehl ] – wildweaves.co.uk

Shockball (Stardoc, #4) Cherijo Grey Veil and her husband, Duncan, search for a place where she ll be safe from the demented man who created her But Joseph Grey Veil never gives up Now the newlyweds are living underground with the help of a renegade band of alien human half breeds Cherijo soon finds that she can t just run away from her past she must destroy it. New Download [ Shockball (Stardoc, #4) ] Author [ S.L. Viehl ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – wildweaves.co.uk

Best Read [ Shockball (Stardoc, #4)] by [ S.L. Viehl ] – wildweaves.co.uk

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  1. Shockball A Stardoc Novel by S.L ViehlShockball is the forth in the series and has the most reveals for the ongoing threads There still seem to be some loose threads and I haven t gotten far enough through the series to say yes or no to the rest being solved This novel deals with Cherijo s dysfunctional family and probably the reason she has such a strange way of handling her relationships.In this one while trying to stay away from her father Duncan and Cherijo end up using the ship that was Shockball A Stardoc Novel by S.L ViehlShockball is the forth in the series and has the most reveals for the ongoing threads There still seem ...

  2. Cherijo and Duncan, I like them togetherandThey get kidnapped and sent back to Earth and her psycho dad She finds out dad made her not just for his kid, but for his wife sicko He experiments on her and when they try to free themselves, they re rescued by a group of people who have been living in the mountains She and Duncan try to figure out how to get out of this new situation because it does...

  3. This series is completely mad I love it.

  4. It has been quite a while since I last read a book in the Stardoc series Maybe that was a good thing because I totally enjoyed this one Wrapped up a lot concerning Cherijo s creation and ongoing problems with her father as well as solidifying her relationship with Duncan Love the new characters that were introduced as well as some old ones who returned Looki...

  5. These are starting to get boring The author appears to be taking advantage of this series to write whatever ideas cross her mind, rather than having a neat series planned out ahead of time On top of that the repetitive plots are getting old, as is the increase i...

  6. I liked the ending the best I liked the beginning and bits of the middle but the ending was the best for the nail biting ending Will everything finally be ok I liked knowing what was going to be next for the characters I was glad in how the boo...

  7. I liked this book, but not as much as I liked the other books in the series The first three were faster paced andto do with science fiction, which I liked This fourth book seemed to slow down the action with Cherijo and her husband stuck in a single underground community for most of the book.

  8. Not as good as i thought it would be.but pretty mesmerizing nontheless. i still love Duncan dindt like that all the action happen in Terra.i like discovering other planets, what ive loved on the other books.cant wait to see what happens with Marel..XDi totally recomend this series Not as good as i thought it would be.but pretty mesmerizing nontheless. i still love Duncan din...

  9. Really good Loved the ending, not at all what I expected 3 and wtf Made me hate her creator eventhan I thought possible We got to see her Native American background and the family plot twist Wow just wow And the relationship struggles between her and Duncan. ...

  10. These books are addicting I absolutely loved it and couldn t put it down Then, had to pick up the next one because I loved the worlds and the characters, especially Cherijo.She may be new favorite fictional doctor And I love Who, House, and Doolittle I work...