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This might possibly be my favorite of The Wandering Star series. They are all amazing but this last one is filled with what I refer to as "ah-ha" moments. These are the times when you're reading and you discover that the scene you are experiencing directly ties into something you're familiar with. This work of art is filled with those moments, and those moments make for some of the best experiences as reader, in my opinion.
No one could have done this series better than Jason Tesar. It's not completely Jason's fault, but I now struggle to read anything other than his work. I often find myself downloading a book then tossing it aside before I even manage to get half way through it. Most books seem lackluster and unimaginative by these standards. It's probably not fair to the other authors, as their work is still quite good, but it just doesn't stack up and always seems to be missing something. I'm just waiting for the day when Jason's stories are turned into a TV series or movie collection.
Congratulations on finishing the series and I look forward to the next installment of The Awakened.
I read very quickly. I started reading and got through the first several chapters, only to stop, go back to the beginning and start again. I slowed it down and took notes - 4 double sided pages worth - to make sure that I understood the complexity of the 3 earths. This helped me tremendously and was worth the effort. I rarely did this at school, let alone for a work of fiction.
As is my usual practice, I start at the beginning and re-read the preceding books. This is not because I do not remember them, it is because I enjoy this story so much. As I get to places in Regeneration I start recognizing places and pieces are falling together rather nicely and I am getting really excited. Chapter 32 was brilliant! I actually let out a deep, huge and satisfied sigh after I had completed the books. I felt the threads of connection running between past events and future events, and I am so excited, I am going to re-read the Awakened series. Bravo Jason - what a wonderful job you did bringing Wondering Stars into the Awakened.
I never get tired of reading Jason's work. Each book completes and rounds out how epic this entire saga is, and I can only wonder at the depth of Jason's imagination. I am so glad that he has shared it with all of us!
Jason Tesar has masterfully woven the story of the "Wandering Stars" to the beginning of "The Awakened." "Wandering Stars" is a must read for anyone who has read "The Awakened." And if you haven't read "The Awakened" yet, finish this book and continue the journey through the eyes of the Awakened.
It's also was the final book in the Wandering Stars series which I loved. I am really looking forward to book seven in the Awakened series. Great work on all levels. Mr Tesar is in the top three of my favorite author's.