- File Size: 3183 KB
- Print Length: 287 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: MuseItUp Publishing; 1 edition (January 10, 2017)
- Publication Date: January 10, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MXW1RFM
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,046,002 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Conqueror of the Stars: Book 4: Inspector of the Cross Series Kindle Edition
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In Kingdom of the Jax, Turtan's adventures continued. He faced a no-win situation, forced to confront an emperor with a terrible secret.
In Defender of the Flame, Turtan decided to use his thousands of years of experience to train recruits at the First Cross Academy.
In the eagerly awaited fourth installment, Conqueror of the Stars, Turtan returns. He’s an Inspector of the Cross, trying to win a war for thousands of years.
John Rosenman's Conqueror of the Stars is further proof that Mr. Rosenman’s imagination is boundless. Doc is one of my favorite characters, thanks to the Idiom file. I also like the Radiants.
Mr. Rosenman has also proven his versatility with books like Killers. The time-travel story is geared toward younger viewers, but I loved it.
Rosenman makes no secret of where the story is going, although he adds twists and surprises along the way. I made the [correct] assumption that the hero, Turtan, survives everything Rosenman throws at him, but was fascinated to see exactly how Rosenman makes it happen. If you like "literary fiction," you will turn your nose up at this swashbuckling tale, but if you yearn for the "good old days of classic science fiction," you will love this tale (although you will get more out of it if you read the Trilogy first).
I could ask, Why Mercontera? Why ezelene? But these questions don't really matter, since they are simply the backdrop for Turtan's heroics. Let's face it, these events take place 4,000 or so years from now. Who knows what science and technology will have developed. So, suspend your disbelief and enjoy a thoroughly delightful semi-hard science fiction tale from a fine writer