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Glynn Stewart
Glynn Stewart is the author of the Castle Federation and Starship's Mage space opera series.Writing managed to liberate him from being an accountant before he lost all personality, and he now lives in Calgary, Alberta with his wife and their demanding cats. show more



Glynn Stewart is the author of the Castle Federation and Starship's Mage space opera series.Writing managed to liberate him from being an accountant before he lost all personality, and he now lives in Calgary, Alberta with his wife and their demanding cats.

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Tami
Tami rated it 1 month ago
I have read the fantasy space adventures written by this author with great enjoyment. This book was also a very good story with a likable main character. The strength of it certainly came from the storytelling.The thrown in romance was unnecessary and didn't add at all to the story imho. The w...
Tami
Tami rated it 2 months ago
I nearly DNFed. This was incredibly boring. I started to dislike the protag as well. Again: leave the romance out - that is not helping the story! This is not something those authors do well at all. Brad Madrid's journey for revenge is losing its appeal. It felt lackluster and boring, I skippe...
Tami
Tami rated it 2 months ago
Great read - no romance or too much character story, just flat out space battles and intrigues and all that. It was very enjoyable and I read it nearly in one go.
Tami
Tami rated it 3 months ago
I truly hope to read some more about Damian Montgomery in the future, but this will nicely tide me over ;) I was drawn into the story, loved it! I didn't love the author's other books/worlds as much as the starship mage/mageking of mars universe. They just didn't klick with me the same way. I...
Tami
Tami rated it 11 months ago
I absolutly loved this author's Mage of Mars series. This one - not so much. It felt quite unoriginal and I skimmed a lot. It never really got me pulled into the story. PS: Another little niggle is the way the (unnecessary) emphasize is on US, explained with how many personnel the Agency h...
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