Deadly creatures, hostile climate, and that is just the scenery.
For many years, mysterious things have happened on the ice world of Tamer, but when a scientist goes missing from Barresh thought to be on Tamer, Cory is forced to take the issue by the horns.
Problem is, he is dealing with unexpected side effects of his fertility treatment, and, like his Coldi companions, he’s lost much of his night vision, and has trouble tolerating low temperatures.
Trouble is, a recent addition to his team has sent shockwaves through his group of loyal companions and things are still sorting themselves out.
Not his healthy self, under-resourced, frozen and half-blind, that’s not the best preparation to visit a world where humans are not at the top of the food chain, let alone dealing with enemies who will go to any lengths to hide their activities.
Praise for Ambassador 8: The Alabaster Army
“I really enjoy this book and the entire series. Well written with lots of twists and turns and new characters from different worlds and societies that Cory has decided to enfold into his association.–Amazon reviewer”
“Another great adventure in the series. Well written and interesting, with great characters. I always enjoy the linguistic, cultural and anthropological issues in the Ambassador books. Few authors put this much thought into their stories. The story feels very real with various uncertainties that the characters face and the fact that not all things turn out as desired. While the book is part of a series and many references only make sense when one has read previous books, it can easily be read on its own without any loss in pleasure.–Amazon reviewer”