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Starpilot's GraveVe When one of these derelict craft appears in the Net the artificial barrier zone separating the Republic from the Mageworlds the. 75 Did read this and part #3 on Hawaii trip at least to my recollection However did believe I didn't finish it Hence reread in Sept 2019 Like the story lines and am interested how they conclude Brewing conflict between two types of magic Magelords will attack star galaxy but limited strength hence need to beat galaxy in smaller pieces Long term attempt to bring stability a peace

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A broken and drifting ship its long dead captain still strapped in the command seal that's what free spacers call a starpilot's gra. Continuing the story from Book I The Price of the Stars Beka Rosselin Metadi is searching for the man who arranged her mother's murder And she is gathering information about the MageWorlds intentionThere is adventures battles and much intrigue in this second book One addition is the addition of 'mystical' aspects The 'sorcery' of the Mages is pitted against the 'mental powers' of the Galcen Republic's Adepts GuildThere are also flashbacks as the authros plant hints and puzzles which will be resolved in Book IIIOne gripping scene occurs when a group of Galcen Force members discover a derelict floating ship It is a Mage ship but not from the war thirty years ago It is incredibly old Who set adrift near the Net that protects the Galcen Republic and why And Llannat Hyfid who is with the group is also a member of the Adept's Guild And she finds a message written in the control room of this incredibly ancient ship Adept of the forest world Find the Domina tell her what thou hast seen At first Llannat disregards that the Domina was murdered on the Senate floor then she realizes that her old ally fromm Book I Beka was now Domina of Lost EntiborThen the plan becomes clear The inner and outer Nets electronic devies and patrolling ships that seperate the Galcen Republic from the Mageworlds go down and Mage warships starting pouring through The second Mage War has begunAn excellent seuel to the first book exsciting and fast paced The characters from the first book aided by a few new additions give a good accoun of themselves in this volume Again recommended for science fiction fans but highly recommended if adventure SF is the type you crave

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review Starpilot's Grave ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub µ A broken and drifting ship its long dead captain still strapped in the command seal that's what free spacers call a starpilot's grave When one of these derelict craft appears in the Net the artificial barrier zone separating the Republic from the Mageworlds the discovery is Discovery is no accident It's a sign a warning that the Mageworlds have not forgotten the Republic and the Magelords make long plan. There was about a month and a half gap between when I finished book 1 and started reading this book During that time I gradually forgot how much I'd enjoyed the first book and let myself be fooled by the cover of book two into thinking this would be just an alright book so I didn't pick it up with much enthusiasm However it didn't take long for me to remember just how enjoyable the last book was and that this book was just as good We have a few new POV characters added to the mix in this book while all of the original POV characters are back as well The plot becomes delightfully complicated as we follow everyone through the beginning of the second Mage Wars There was some time in the middle when I had a little trouble staying immersed in the story but toward the end everything really picked up Beka and Owen especially took some steps in their lives that will be interesting to follow in the next book I'm especially eager to see where Llannat's storyline goes as she's become the most interesting character for me over the two book so far There were a few times where it almost seemed like characters just coincidentally managed to wind up in the right place at the right time but in each case there actually was a good reason for them to be where they were which made the story enjoyable There were a few characters who's actions made me uestion not so much what side they're on as what their goals are I look forward to learning what they were up to in the next book