Publish date: September 17th 2013
Publisher: Dancing Lemur Press, L.L.C.
Pages no: 268
Edition language: English
Series: Cassastar (#3)
I really liked the first book in the Cassastar series. The second was also good reading and I have been looking forward to this one, the third in the series. This is also a good book but it went off in a direction that I was not so happy with. Although there are some skirmishes this is not exactly a...
Alex J. Cavanaugh's previous novels, CassaStar and CassaFire, have been compared to the militaristic sci-fi novels of Heinlein - and with good reason. There is definitely a 'pulp' feel to his work in that it's straightforward in the telling, a linear sort of adventure story that hasn't forgotten the...
Cavanaugh makes world building on the galactic scale look easy. He knows how to build on the conflict from the first two books in the series and raise the stakes even higher. The stakes affect the entire known universe, but Cavanaugh also makes it very personal. Byron is still just as stubborn and p...