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Fantasy/Sci-fi fusion in the tradition of Dune.Marooned pilot navigates his damaged craft to a regressed planet to find a world of magic and intrigue that has implications too vast to imagine.Armed only with a sense of duty and the advantages of whatever he can salvage from the wreck of his ship, he must somehow avert the repeat of an atrocity that has shaken up his life.MFantasy/Sci-fi fusion in the tradition of Dune.Marooned pilot navigates his damaged craft to a regressed planet to find a world of magic and intrigue that has implications too vast to imagine.Armed only with a sense of duty and the advantages of whatever he can salvage from the wreck of his ship, he must somehow avert the repeat of an atrocity that has shaken up his life.Meanwhile a young girl struggles with the burden of her father. He sits and paints all day trying to recapture the memory of his lost wife, working and re-working his portrait of her, trying to conjure life in the slow brush-strokes - yet ignorant to how his fragile state is affecting his daughter. When his hidden past comes roaring back the tracks of destiny are shifted and all hangs in the balance....

Title : Skylords Return
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ISBN : 17866385
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 275 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Skylords Return Reviews

  • Human Voices Wake Us
    2019-02-27 02:30

    My favourite line from the book so far:"On the day that Raulin first met him, Tolan drank with the flair and determination of a man robbed of his own violent end."There is depth to the novel often missing in this genre. It is oblique, layered and makes demands of its readers - which I enjoy. The characters are interesting and varied and don't fall into the pre-set moulds that abound, like the default settings on an RPG game. They struggle and writhe against being pinned down.The action is quick and loud and fast and reminiscent of Eriksson. The questions asked are fundamental and poignant.My only real criticism is that there are interesting stories and characters that are touched on then left, like a tease of novels yet to come. Sequels and Prequels are required.