Firefly
The first original novel tying into the critically acclaimed and much-missed Firefly series from creator Joss Whedon.The Battle of Serenity Valley was the turning point that led the Independents to their defeat at the hands of the Alliance. Yet the Browncoats had held the valley for weeks against all odds, before being ordered to lay down their arms. Command stated they refused to send in airpower because the ground war was "too hot." But the soldiers who were there insist that was not true...While picking up a new cargo on Persephone, Captain Malcolm Reynolds is kidnapped by a bunch of embittered veteran Browncoats who suspect him of sabotaging the Independents during the war. As the rest of the crew struggle to locate him, Mal is placed on trial for his life, fighting compelling evidence that someone did indeed betray them to the Alliance all those years ago. As old comrades and old rivals crawl out of the woodwork, Mal must prove his innocence, but his captors are desperate and destitute, and will settle for nothing less than the culprit's blood.

Firefly Details

TitleFirefly
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseNov 20th, 2018
PublisherTitan Books
ISBN-139781785658266
Rating
GenreScience Fiction, Fiction, Adult

Firefly Review

  • David - proud Gleeman in Branwen's adventuring party
    January 1, 1970
    "You can't take the sky from me."
  • Pippa DaCosta
    January 1, 1970
    Seriously, that rating? Who one-stars a new Firefly novel?!
  • Nina
    January 1, 1970
    I never ever rate books I haven't read, let alone those that haven't been released, but some purple-belly gave this one star and I will not have that, no sir.That said, holy shit! More Firefly? More of the best dysfunctional space family? Yeeeees!!
  • Molly Mortensen
    January 1, 1970
    A new Firefly novel?
  • Kaleena ★ Reader Voracious
    January 1, 1970
    tfw you want a book so badly that you accidentally pre-order it twice
  • Rea K
    January 1, 1970
    Now the question for me is this: Are these going to be hit and miss like the Torchwood and Doctor Who books (Yeah, I read a couple of the Torchwood books. So sue me. I have a deep adoration for Ianto Jones and Jack Harkness) or national treasures that capture the essence of the original series? (Oh, stop. I know how Serenity ended. In ugly sobbing and a month of 'what do I do now?' Don't remind me. I know we can't reverse some probably executive decisions, but I do hope we can deepen the River s Now the question for me is this: Are these going to be hit and miss like the Torchwood and Doctor Who books (Yeah, I read a couple of the Torchwood books. So sue me. I have a deep adoration for Ianto Jones and Jack Harkness) or national treasures that capture the essence of the original series? (Oh, stop. I know how Serenity ended. In ugly sobbing and a month of 'what do I do now?' Don't remind me. I know we can't reverse some probably executive decisions, but I do hope we can deepen the River storyline AND THE GLORIOUS SHIPS.) Time will tell. And I'll probably read this in six years, at my current going rate for books. I'll revisit this review when I finally manage to snag a copy and see whether my hopes and dreams have been crushed or raised.
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  • Meital
    January 1, 1970
    There's no place, I can be, Since I've found Serenity.
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