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Starfall (Stealing the Sun) (Volume 3) Paperback – January 9, 2017
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Ron Collins is an Amazon best-selling Dark Fantasy author who writes across the spectrum of speculative fiction. His fantasy series Saga of the God-Touched Mage reached #1 on Amazon’s bestselling dark fantasy list in the UK and #2 in the US. His short fiction has received a Writers of the Future prize and a CompuServe HOMer Award, and his short story “The White Game” was nominated for the Short Mystery Fiction Society’s 2016 Derringer Award. He has contributed a hundred or so short stories to Analog, Asimov’s, Fiction River Anthology Series, and several other professional magazines and anthologies. He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering, and has worked to develop avionics systems, electronics, and information technology before chucking it all to write full-time—which he now does from his home in the shadows of the Santa Catalina Mountains. Ron’s website is: www.typosphere.com Follow Ron on Twitter: @roncollins13 Sign up for his newsletter to get free stuff! http://www.typosphere.com/newsletter
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Mr. Collins has done a great job with this series.
This book brings us to yet another point if view. The aliens on the planet circling the sun affected by the star gates are brought to life. Collins has created a unique culture, well, more than one culture, dealing with the pod that crashed and the changes in their sun. They are believable and realistic.
Picking up shortly after the launch of the wormhole pods in book one, this story tells us the fate of one that was "accidentally" sent to the surface of a nearby planet.
Without giving away too much of the book, we find a civilization that's similar to the early ones of earth. They are just beginning the study of science, technology, and math, but they are still very dependent on natural resources and the two suns that influence much of their daily lives.
We find that in this book, even light years away, intelligent beings -- and the emotions they have -- are much more alike than different.