Review: The Emperor's Fist: A Blackhawk Novel

Aug 16, 2019

The Emperor's Fist: A Blackhawk Novel The Emperor's Fist: A Blackhawk Novel by Jay Allan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Thank you very much to Christina at Harper Collins for reaching out to me to review this book.

It has been a dream to work with Harper Collins. Christina you are the best!!!!

I highly enjoyed this book! I was very surprised because I don't normally read this type of book but it was very fast paced and full of on my seat wanting to know what happens moments. The plot of the story took some building but I really enjoyed this because I got to know the story behind the book and what was really going on. The character building was great. I wasn't able to read the first books in this series because of the deadline approaching for this ARC but I wanted to check it out and I was able to still understand and know what was going on. It was an honor to work with Harper Collins on this and so glad they reached out to me. I really hope I get to work with them again.

I would recommend giving this series a chance. You may just enjoy it.

Goodreads Synopsis:

In this thrilling new installment in the Far Stars saga, a reluctant hero with a bloody past must reunite with an old love to battle an evil emperor willing to destroy all their worlds if he cannot control them.

When the Far Stars came under imperial attack, Astra Lucerne—the daughter and successor of the Far Stars’ greatest conqueror—Marshal Augustin Lucerne—rallied her father’s confederation forces to defend their worlds. They were joined in the fight by former imperial general Arkarin Blackhawk, a warrior whose skills and brutality made him infamous, and who has, for two decades, sought the redemption he knows is unreachable.

Now, with the imperial foothold in the sector eliminated, the Far Stars is free and almost united. While Astra’s forces continue to depose local tyrants and warlords, Ark and his crew have slipped back into the shadows. Though his heart belongs to Astra, Ark cannot get too close. His imperial conditioning remains under control, but it is still volatile, and the temptation of power threatens to unleash the dark compulsions that made him the most merciless of the emperor’s servants. He cannot risk allowing Astra to see the darkness inside him.

But while the battle has been won, the war may not be over. A petty smuggler makes a discovery that can enable the emperor to strike back and crush the resistance—unless Ark and Astra join forces again to stop him.

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