Dutchman's Curse

Dutchman s Curse By the year Genny Hopman has been a ship s captain as well as the chosen of a being that has inhabited her vessel for hundreds of years The captain her crew and ship a legendary Dutch Man o Wa

  • Title: Dutchman's Curse
  • Author: Gates Watson
  • ISBN: 9781311190710
  • Page: 176
  • Format: ebook
  • By the year 3160, Genny Hopman has been a ship s captain as well as the chosen of a being that has inhabited her vessel for hundreds of years The captain, her crew and ship, a legendary Dutch Man o War, quickly come to the attention of the trade clans when forced into a confrontation that will decide the fate of two younglings they have sworn to protect.Genny, her ship anBy the year 3160, Genny Hopman has been a ship s captain as well as the chosen of a being that has inhabited her vessel for hundreds of years The captain, her crew and ship, a legendary Dutch Man o War, quickly come to the attention of the trade clans when forced into a confrontation that will decide the fate of two younglings they have sworn to protect.Genny, her ship and crew must take on the challenge of protecting not only the children, but all they hold dear Fighting against the clans and an old nemesis, the captain must determine if she should sacrifice the honor of her crew or the ship itself.

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    1. I laughed my ass off while I read this book. It's fucking hilarious. But somehow, I don't think the author intended it to be so goddamn funny. I think he meant it to be a serious, epic space opera.And it is an epic space opera, in a way. I mean, there's huge space battles, and such. But it's hard to take it seriously, when one of the main characters is a 12-year-old boy named 'Tom Clancy'. Seriously? Out of all the fucking names you could have chosen, you chose Tom Motherfucking Clancy? Really?S [...]

    2. Dutchman's Curse is an intergalactic pirate science-fiction fantasy of epic proportions! The author creates an entire galaxy filled with descriptive details of ships and planets spanning the ages, as well as, interesting characters be they aliens, seers, holographs, killers, clan leaders, ship captains, ancient sentient beings and mutinous crewmen. The fact that there are several POVs made it a little difficult to follow at times and I had to backtrack, but overall the story drew me in and I fou [...]

    3. Full Disclosure: This book was written by a very dear friend of mine, I have read this book from its original seed of an idea to its final copy and assisted with editing and digital formatting. My opinions are completely biased but also completely honest as Gates Watson would expect nothing less from me. Dutchman’s Curse is an intergalactic sci-fi adventure told from multiple perspectives. The story initially appears to be about two young children but within the first couple of chapters quickl [...]

    4. An intergalactic tale of political family ties, revenge, betrayal and position, set almost exclusively on board different space vessels. The cast of characters/species/worlds/ships is impressive, but their various relationships and alliances are something the reader has to concentrate on, especially as they go back several generations.Character development looses out to world building on occasion, but it is a difficult balancing act when you're are trying to describe a whole new galaxy. I enjoye [...]

    5. The story idea for this book sprung from the old legend of the cursed ship, The Flying Dutchmen. Only this story takes play in space rather at sea. It’s a fun and original tale that read more like fantasy than science fiction with a Dutch Man-of-War flying through space (with no scientific explanation of how a ship can travel all over the galaxy at unbelievable speeds), a vessel inhabited by an ethereal being and a main characters who’s lived for hundreds of years. The author is to be commen [...]

    6. Dutchman’s curse takes the reader far into the future but then answers one of the world’s great mysteries. The Flying Dutchman turns out to be one of a sentient being called the Kraill. The Kraill are few and have wandered the universe in search for the one person they can communicate with. Having found that person in Earths early history, Dutch refuses to let her go. Now so many years later the Dutchman flies through space and they are mixed up in a very complex fight between the clans and [...]

    7. Spaceavel.ntureat's what the author tries to deliver. Emotions need to add solidly to the characters. There are too many sophisticated stuff in the story which can be the strong point and the weak point as the same time. I believe the author has done a great job in combining her knowledge in the specific topic with the imagination. But what I learned from writing sci-fi is that sometimes you don't need to be so detail to avoid confusion from readers, unless this book is only for specific group o [...]

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