Voyages of the White Skull

Title:  Voyages of the White Skull

Author:  Jason Jones

Synopsis: Imagine a future where the fate of humanity is ruled by the vile and unforgiving government. Executions of the poor become daily occurences in order to make more room for the wealthy and the children of a new generation. A questionable agenda has been given to a dark, unforeseeable future and the hope of the people rests in unsure success of a starship named Horizon. The search for humanity’s new home has begun. Enter the White Skull, a drug addicted pirate, who has given up on his own life could be the only hope humanity has left. With the help of an eclectic group of misfits including an eccentric homosexual colleague, an obsessed ex-girlfriend, and a mysterious female assassin bent on revenge and infatuated with diamonds, will this group of misguided adventurers be able to see past the darkness in their own hearts to find a better future for humanity? Find out in the first White Skull adventure.

 

Star Rating: 5 of 5

 

Review: So I have finally found the time to finish this book. First I would like to say that this is one of the most original and interesting stories I have read in such a long time. The writing is crisp and to the point, there’s no extraneous words, everything serves a purpose. I specifically loved the quotes at the beginnings of each chapter. But on to the meat and potatoes so to speak.
Jesse is the reluctant hero, and I love that he is flawed. I think the excitement the writer shows in his writing comes through and makes the story that much better. The story is strong and well written, and I loved it.

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  1. I loved this novel. A friend recommended it to me. I was skeptical at first since I don’t care for sci fi. However I fell in love with the complex characters that each had real world issues. There were a lot of twist and turns which I didn’t expect. It seemed to be written as a movie. I wouldn’t mind seeing Voyages of the White Skull on the big screen.

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      I agree completely. I think it’s one of the best sci-fi works I’ve seen in a very long time. I think it SHOULD be made into a movie, but I think I’d prefer it on the small screen, possibly as an on-going series, that way we would get more of it.

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