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Peace Warriors of the Galaxy: Journey to Lyrica: Book 1 (Volume 1) Paperback – October 23, 2015
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An avid reader of Science-Fiction fantasy all her life, Tessie Jayme has written a story which takes place in the late 21st century on a planet peopled by mental telepaths. She weaves romance, fantasy and adventure into a suspenseful story where four young agents gifted with extrasensory abilities are tasked with the challenge of saving Planet Earth. Her personal library contains hundreds of Sci-Fi books, as well as dozens of research material investigating parapsychological and UFO phenomena. She is an avid supporter of the ideologies conveyed in the “Ancient Alien” TV series. A strong believer in self-education, she has studied the metaphysical sciences of Numerology, Astrology, I-Ching, Palm-Reading, Face-Reading, and the Native-American lore of power animals. Her library also contains a collection of over a dozen different versions of the Tarot Cards, including one she herself has created. Tessie has participated in seminars exploring ESP abilities as well as alternative healing modalities. She is a Master/Teacher Reiki practitioner and a Universal Life Minister. Currently, she lives in Arizona with her four cats, who support her interests and hobbies, including her favorite passion of writing novels.
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Peace Warriors of the Galaxy: Journey to Lyrica explores an unusual slant on the sci-fi staple of psionic abilities, where Dwylla’s ability to block another’s telepathy is one of the rarest talents. This book is very clearly the first book in a series, with a number of romantic and plot arcs opened, but where the resolutions for almost all of them are held for the second or even the third book. I did feel that the Ryndell character was damaged somewhat by his transformation into the kind of martinet leader who sets edicts, disobeys them, and then demands obeisance from his inferiors. Overall, I found the story to be a pleasant read, although the pacing was impacted by the sheer volume of adjectives that embroidered the many of the descriptions of persons and scenes. The development of Lyrica and the Lyricans also added some interesting touches.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.