Anna nearly dies, along with all her family, at age four from the deadly Cacao virus. But she survives, thanks to a poisonous red-headed krait. The medical community is excited since there is no known cure for the virus, but Anna and her snake, Red, have a symbiotic relationship - containment, not cure. If she is ever separated from Red, she will die.
Anna struggles through foster homes. As her krait becomes known and valuable throughout the three star empires as one of only a handful of such snakes, she fights off attempts to kill her and snatch Red. She even comes to wonder if her brilliance in school and eventually at deciphering code is somehow connected to her constant companion.
When the Naval Intelligence Agency, the NIA, recruits her, her adventures grow beyond fending off thieves and killers to tracking down interstellar smugglers as part of an elite team, but the smuggling cartel are quick to fight back. In the midst of space battles and well-placed assassins, Anna is convinced that Red's presence may make the difference in survival or death, not just for her but her entire NIA team.
©2017 Skyboat Media, Inc. (P)2017 Skyboat Media, Inc.
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By M. Eglestone on 13-12-17

Fantastic Story Telling

The Red Angle Series is fantastic. I have listened to all three of the books so many times that the recordings are starting to fray at the edges. All three books are above and beyond story telling. I will not go into the details of the stories because you will have to judge them for yourself.

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By Susannah on 21-11-17

Good Book One; Good narration

Interesting cross between space opera and YA coming of age. Story a bit repetitious at times; for example, same scene told aain after we just went through that scene. Narration very good, and I think helped the writing. I'm onto the second in the series noow. Easy listening.

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