Book Review: Peacemaker (The Dali Tamareia Missions Book 2) by E.M. Hamill

Now part of a special team, Dali has been going on missions, hoping it will one day bring them closer to finding who was responsible for their partners' deaths. But then they get assigned to negotatiate with Shontavians, an alien species created for violence, and it may be their most dangerous and interesting mission yet.

Book Cover - Peacemaker by E.M. Hamill
Title: Peacemaker
Book Number: Book 2
Pages: 292
My Rating: 4 Stars
More Info: Goodreads // Amazon


Another great book! I pretty much feel the same way about this one as I do about the first. The world-building was great. I love how serious and real everything feels in these books. I love how unpredictable things always feel. Dali’s empath powers make things more interesting.

While I was reading this book specifically, two of my notes were:

Dali is attracted to everyone, and I’m here for it.


There are three maybe sorta love interests, and I just want Dali to end up with all of them.

Also, I sort of loved the Shontavians. (The big, hulking being on the cover.) I was fascinated by them and felt for them. They were created to be violent beasts, but they were trying to be more than that, better. There really is so much thought put into the different alien species in this series.

Anyway, read my review of Book 1 if you want more of my thoughts. Otherwise, if you liked the first book, keep reading because the second book is just as good, if not better!

*Rating: 4 Stars // Read Date: 2022 // Format: Ebook via TTS*


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