If you like strong characters, a well developed story and plot, adventure and a good villain, I highly recommend this book!

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Jane was in uncharted territory. It had never even occurred to her that she would get to make a choice about her future. She could do anything she wanted to do—be anything she wanted to be—but what?

Her breathing slowed and she had stopped sweating. She was calm, looking away from Adam and back out the window at the terrifying awesomeness of space. Then she knew. It was obvious. Speaking almost to herself, she said, “I am an explorer.”

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A bullheaded billion-heiress will risk her life to rescue her good-to-a-fault brother from the slum he’s desperate to save.

All Jane wants is to leave unnoticed. To escape the crumbling ruins of Earth with her family and start a new life as a colonist. But bullheadedness runs heavy in Jane’s family. Her brother, Tate, won’t budge. He refuses to leave, and Jane refuses to leave without him.

Her plan is simple. Sneak away from her father’s compound. Travel to the industrial slum Tate calls home. Appeal to his older-brotherliness, and if he doesn’t come quietly, she’ll make big brother wish he had listened to reason. But things get complicated when Jane’s father humiliates the one man ruthless and resourceful enough to stop them, just days before their shuttles are set to leave.

Jane is desperate. The days she thought she had are now just hours. Determined to save her brother, she must find him and return to the compound before any of them are caught, because capture means prison, and prison means DF-23, a prison camp where the residents pray for death long before it ever comes.

Jane and the Exodus book 1 of 4 in the Stargazer series.

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