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Serrano Legacy
3 : Winning Colors (1 of 2)

by Elizabeth Moon
Sep 1, 2008
5 Hours
Ages 13+
Restored to her former state of health (and determination) Lady Cecelia goes in search of fresh bloodstock-she's had enough of politics. But once again she manages to put herself-and Heris Serrano-at the point where lightning will strike. This time it's invasion from the neighboring empire: The Benignity of the Compassionate Hand. Heris is only a civilian now, with a space yacht-what can she do in the face of a full-scale fleet of warships? But she is also a Serrano-born to lead.

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Director & Cast

Director Nanette Savard
Starring Nanette Savard, Colleen Delany, David Coyne, Tess Rohan, Michael John Casey, Terence Aselford, Sunny Lasskey, M.B. Van Dorn, Michael Glenn, James Konicek, Dylan Lynch, Thomas Penny, Peter Stray, Lily Beacon, Richard Rohan, Elisabeth Demery, Andy Clemence, Ken Jackson and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Wilson T. Farrier
Dialogue Editors Chris Rohan
Sound Designers Chris Rohan
Additional Original Music Chris Rohan
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


Space-Ace by Sheriff Scarlett (Posted on 11/15/2016)
This the third of the seven volume seems the 'spaceyest' of the lot. It feels more sci-fi than the rest. where the story knuckles down to the order of universe missioning.
I keep reverting to the opinion this series has a 'young-girl with an interest in sci-fi' feeling.
Forgive me but a kind of 'my little Pony with a phase pistol and ceramic body armour' sentiment constantly lurks in the back ground. Make no mistake, this volume certainly holds it's own. Each volume is rather particular in it's content so overall I gave the Serrano Legacy series a 4/5. Thanks again eMoon and G/A...
Ready, Aim, Aim. by Catdaddy (Posted on 5/12/2015)
Remember that the end of book 2 got very political indeed?

The set up in Book 3 is similar to the previous two: children of nobility wind up gallivanting with Capt. Serano, and learning a few realities. Here, however, the intrigue begins to extend to Serrano's family.

But it does get chatty. Here we find lengthy discussions about the social implications of not looking one's age, of whether to date when one knows a relationship cannot be permanent, of the ethics of longevity (which are more complicated the more one thinks about them – and this drama does). It is deep in the third hour before any real action, briefly, takes place (with some truly appalling synthesized bagpipes).

It's tough to review this half-book on its own, however one must, as it is a separate purchase (such as your ticket to, say "Mockingjay, Part One”). But this is only half a story, and one that does not stand well on its own. Ultimately this program is all strategy and set up, with little pay-off. Here's hoping the second half of the book makes the wait worthwhile. (Spoiler alert? It does.)

With the action saved for Book 3 part 2, this drama is a straight PG for its adult themes. No strong language, little sensuality. Be advised that Part 2 hits a PG-13, and the halves do not work independently.

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