Chasing Nonconformity

Chasing Nonconformity Still reeling from accidentally marrying an exiled alien prince named Varrin and from almost getting her head blown off by a six armed lizard man with anger management issues seventeen year old Eris

  • Title: Chasing Nonconformity
  • Author: Michelle Proulx
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Still reeling from accidentally marrying an exiled alien prince named Varrin, and from almost getting her head blown off by a six armed lizard man with anger management issues, seventeen year old Eris Miller is ready for a vacation But Varrin is desperate to rescue his beloved spaceship, the Nonconformity, from the clutches of the galactic government, so her vacation willStill reeling from accidentally marrying an exiled alien prince named Varrin, and from almost getting her head blown off by a six armed lizard man with anger management issues, seventeen year old Eris Miller is ready for a vacation But Varrin is desperate to rescue his beloved spaceship, the Nonconformity, from the clutches of the galactic government, so her vacation will just have to wait.While Eris and Varrin chase after the stolen ship, they re unaware that trouble is brewing on the other side of the galaxy The villainous Emperor of Rakor has assembled a task force, led by the commander of the deadly Skin Slicers, to hunt Varrin down With enemies closing in and the Nonconformity slipping further and further from their grasp, Eris must ask herself how much is she willing to sacrifice to ensure her happily ever after

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    1. Chasing Nonconformity was EXACTLY the sequel that I wanted to Imminent Danger. It was clear that Michelle found her groove from the first book and stayed in it to write the second--full of the same wacky space references, snappy sarcasm, weird aliens and drama as the first. (And a visit from one of Varrin's famed personas, mentioned in book 1!) Speaking of Varrin, you get to see him again, which was worth the wait--just as sexy and charismatic and complicated as before. But don't worry! This boo [...]

    2. Balancing an eye for the absurd with actual danger, Proulx creates a science-fiction tale that is light and fast without being shallow or cloying.This novel is the second in the Imminent Danger series. Thus, ‘spoilers, darling’.Still annoyed after the revelation that Varrin’s thoughtful gift was actually a marriage contract, Eris Miller wants a vacation more than ever. However, Varrin’s ship, the Nonconformity, is in the clutches of the annoyingly benevolent galactic government, and Varr [...]

    3. Originally posted on A Keyboard and an Open Mind:This is the sequel to Imminent Danger (and How to Fly Straight Into It), which I reviewed back in February. It picks up pretty much exactly where book 1 finished up and was exactly the sort of sequel I had been hoping for.First up, we are treated to some delightful new characters, in the form of Prince Trystan, Varrin’s younger brother, and his bodyguard, Sebara. Trystan needs a lot of hugs, and someone to appreciate his poetry. Sebara does not [...]

    4. Ok so where do i start This book is good , the author being fairly new has still room to improve in many areas and i wont flatter the author by saying that i loved the book or am crazy behind it. But if you are planning to buy this book (the kindle edition ) i would say GO for it if you liked the first book story line(as far as the price go its fairly decent) .I would just like to mention the whole story is on the title of the page but there is fun and a lot of action in this book which keeps yo [...]

    5. I was amazed that the second book in the Imminent Danger series was even better than the first one! The characters have evolved and changed so much by the end of the story that you really feel like you've been on an amazing journey with them. Rather than just retread familiar ground, the author takes a daring (and wildly successful) risk introducing new characters and settings that really help the series' universe expand. The new characters have incredible depth and I'm really excited to see mor [...]

    6. I devoured this book as soon as it loaded on my kindle. It was awesomely epic!! I freaking LOVE Varrin and Eris. There was a lot of adventure as in the first book. I couldn't put it down, seriouslyriously I went from my Kindle to my Kindle app. I just had to finish. Now that I have I can't wait to see what's next. I definitely saw character growth and development. I enjoyed the new characters as well. I HIGHLY recommend this series to anyone looking for an adventure!!

    7. Another fantastic book by Michelle Proulx. Adored revisiting with Erin and Varin and the rest and can't wait to see what happens next.

    8. LOVED IT!!!!!!! NEED MORE!!!!!!!I loved it sooo much I need MORE!!!!!!I recommend this book to anyone and everyone. And it should be a Newberry prize winner.

    9. A satisfying sequel While staying true to characters the story continues where the last book left off. Plays the field of emotions and broadened my appreciation of what Science fiction literature is capable of. Highly enjoyable emotional roller coaster.

    10. After reading Proulx's first book, I was surprised to find it so enjoyable. I'm hardly a romance reader, and it had been the sci-fi elements that had first attracted me to it.Then, I found myself rooting for that crazy Eris, even as I was getting flashes of Douglas Adams wincing up on a cloud.So, when Proulx released her second installment, I was curious to see if it would hold the same interest. To my surprise, it did, and I read it in a single day. The - already pretty great - writing is even [...]

    11. As always after reading the first book in a series, I was worried that the second one wouldn't be able to live up to its predecessor. I shouldn't have worried. Chasing Nonconformity was just as exciting and fun as the first book, possibly more so.The first jump to Trystan and Sebara had me concerned because that can sometimes break up the action for me and I lose interest. But Trystan was so adorable that I didn't even mind, and the action still flowed besides. The relatively short chapters kept [...]

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