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Interstellar Mage (Starship's Mage: Red Falcon) Paperback – October 15, 2017
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Mars drafted his Mage — for the good of humanity!
He should have known that wouldn’t be the end of it…
Captain David Rice has a new ship, a new crew, and a new set of Jump Mages to carry him between the stars. All he wants is to haul cargo, make money and keep his head down.
His past, however, is not so willing to let him go. An old enemy is reaching out from beyond the grave to destroy any chance of peace or life for Captain Rice—and old friends are only making things more complicated!
All he wants is to be a businessman, but as the death toll mounts he must decide what is more important: his quiet life or the peace humanity has enjoyed for centuries…
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In the science fantasy universe of Starship’s Mage, humanity never cracked the lightspeed barrier with technology. Instead, elite Jump Mages and their magic are the literal engine that moves starships and powers the expansion of humanity.
Starship’s Mage was originally released as a serialized space fantasy adventure in the style of the pulp magazines of old, then compiled as book 1. The series continues over three distinct arcs, with stories that dive deeper into Glynn Stewart’s unique world of science and magic.
Explore the Protectorate of Humanity, overseen by the roving warrior judges of the Mage-King of Mars—as their worlds crack at the seams.
Starship's Mage Universe
Starship’s Mage (Books 1-5)
Start the journey with Damien Montgomery in this five book series. Damien begins as a novice Jump Mage in a galaxy where his abilities put him at risk—and take him to a place beyond his wildest expectations.
UnArcana Rebellion (Books 6-9)
Roslyn Chambers and Damien Montgomery both serve the Protectorate as tensions with the Republic of Faith and Reason hit a breaking point.
Mage-Officer of Mars (Books 10+)
The adventure continues with Mage Roslyn Chambers as she hunts spies and averts disaster in the aftermath of a devastating war. But the people who stoked the fire of war are still out there...
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- Publisher : Glynn Stewart (October 15, 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 347 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1988035635
- ISBN-13 : 978-1988035635
- Item Weight : 1.03 pounds
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.87 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #908,566 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Captain David Rice, who we remember as the captain from the first Starship's Mage book, has a new ship given to him after the destruction of the ship Blue Jay, by order of the Mage King of Mars. The ship comes along with an agenda and a new crew, plus a few old friends. Old enemies are out for Rice's head and he needs to figure out who he can trust.
As I was reading, I did see some typos and inconsistencies that needed correction. However, just as I started the last couple of chapters, I got a message from Amazon indicating that the eBook had undergone revision. So it could be that the problems I noticed were fixed. There were also some gratuitous f-bombs that definitely could have been removed, but probably weren't.
I read a lot of science fiction and this series is one I will continue to read.
Frankly, I didn't read a Glynn Stewart book I did not enjoy, and this one is oh so good, also. No surprise.
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Note: I received a free electronic copy in exchange for an unbiased review (but liked it enough to buy a copy anyway)
This series should be read before the 5 books of the Starship series as this seems like a bit of an anti climax.
This will teach me to check publishing order.
However still a good read for the sci fi aficionado.
A good book with a steady pace and some nice twists. If you have enjoyed the starship mage series then definitely recommend this.