Review of Scout’s Honour by Peter Laurent

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Rating from TwistedSciFi ★★★½☆ 


In Scout’s Honour by Peter Laurent, Jayson is the pilot of the Machaera, one of the ships belonging to the Academy. He is sent out on what should have been a routine mission, to get supplies along with Matt and Zoe. But right from the start it is obvious that something more is happening here. The location off the coast of Hong Kong puts them in enemy territory. The team prepare for the worst, they armor up and pack some serious heat but nothing they do will make them ready for what they will face when they arrive.


This novella bridges the gap between book one and two of The Covert Academy series. It is fast paced and full of action. It was a quick, intense and enjoyable read. My only problem with it was that the dialogue had a tendency to get a bit clunky and wooden. This aside it is a must read for anyone who enjoyed the first book as I did.

We also reviewed Peter Laurent’s first book, The Covert Academy; click here to take a peek.

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About the Reviewer: Yvonne lives on the NSW/Victorian border in Australia so it is always boiling hot or freezing cold, in other words great reading weather. She reads across all genres with the exception of Westerns. During the day Yvonne works at a library and loves her job and can’t imagine doing anything else.

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