Rift in the Races

Rift in the Races

John Daulton / Nov 22, 2019

Rift in the Races Rift in the Races Book of The Galactic Mage series follows the continuing story of powerful Prosperion sorcerer Altin Meade and feisty Earth fleet officer Orli Pewter in the fight against the myster

  • Title: Rift in the Races
  • Author: John Daulton
  • ISBN: 9780984945757
  • Page: 333
  • Format: Paperback
  • Rift in the Races Book 2 of The Galactic Mage series follows the continuing story of powerful Prosperion sorcerer Altin Meade and feisty Earth fleet officer Orli Pewter in the fight against the mysterious alien Hostiles.The Earth fleet is now moving to take advantage of its recent victory With better combat strategies and Prosperion wizards only a blink away, the time hRift in the Races Book 2 of The Galactic Mage series follows the continuing story of powerful Prosperion sorcerer Altin Meade and feisty Earth fleet officer Orli Pewter in the fight against the mysterious alien Hostiles.The Earth fleet is now moving to take advantage of its recent victory With better combat strategies and Prosperion wizards only a blink away, the time has come to finish the job they set out to do destroying the Hostiles But complications arise.Altin s discovery of space traveling humans from distant Earth has threatened ancient and foundational beliefs for the people of his world The shockwaves from this revelation begin to unravel a long standing but precarious balance of power With her eyes to the sky and all its galactic possibilities, Prosperion s War Queen soon finds her realm on the brink of chaos.Together, Altin and Orli must once again find a way to mediate the forces of pride, frustration and fear between their two peoples, or both planets will be destroyed What ensues is an action packed, laser blasting magic ride through space, war, romance and conspiracy a thrilling tale of alliances and alien hostility Sometimes alien hostility is a matter of perspective.

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    1. I realize this is my book, and in being that, this review is rendered almost useless to a reader shopping for a book. However, I am a human, and I do get the option of reviewing it here on this site, and I am not lying when I say I love it. So, there you have it.


    2. I don't have much good to say about this book. I loved the first one for many reasons. And my expectations probably ruined this second book. I saw a lot of potential and some pitfalls in the first book. The potential was wasted, and the author managed to hit every single pitfall there was. I mean.Orli is an irritating character, so.lets give her more space to irritate us! Asad is a useless irritant that only creates tension, but isn't useful to the plot.let's give him a prominent position and pu [...]



    3. Have been trying to force myself to finish the book but i only got past the 6 first hours of the audiobook. Dont know if it was the performance from David Bodtcher, but i just could not get myself to continue. With all the whining from Orli making her seem like a 2 year old, she's never content with the situation (view spoiler)[First book she kept on with how she never wanted to be in space, here in the 2nd book when she finaly was on the ground on a planet she was whining about how she wanted t [...]


    4. The first book in this series was fun and somewhat light-hearted. I enjoyed it a lot. This book, however, took a decidedly darker and more serious turnd I loved it. I no longer felt like the characters were somewhat fluffy and unbelievable. These are real people with real agendas and feelings. I couldn't stop reading. Talk about a huge leap in writing skill between his first and second bookswow. Good work, Mr. Daulton. Except for the cliffhanger ending. Shame on you. And hurry up with the next b [...]


    5. That book is awesome, starting slow and Bam action is coming and I sited like a fool looking for a tome 3 who come this year lol xD



    6. Started off a little slow for a 2nd book in the series, but it quickly got me back in. Now i have to wait for book 3, sighd he left a good clift hanger.


    7. This is a significantly inferior book than the first one. I feel most of the roadblocks the author puts in front of the characters are contrived or forced.


    8. I didn't enjoy this story as much as I did Galactic Mage. I found myself very bored at time and skipping pages of material just trying to get on with the story. The whole Orli saga with the capture / zoo / love potion wasn't interesting for me and didn't seem overly useful to the story as a whole. I find myself irritated by how powerless the technology side of is. I would think the military capabilities would be a little more advanced. Nothing like technology to enable axing ways to wage war. Be [...]


    9. I loved this book and wanted to throw it several times while reading it. At various times, I was on the edge of my seat. I look forward to reading the next book. I had actually re-read the Galactic Mage just before reading Rift just to get myself back onto Prosperion. Now that I'm done, it may be a few days for the book "hangover" to pass. Hurry up and get book 3 out!!


    10. I liked it, but not as much as the first one.It was definitely darker, not as lighthearted.It had a long slow start. I found it harder to get into.Asad was too irritating.Altin lost his naive joy in the discovery and exploration of the world around him.The alien intelligence was somewhat incomprehensible.That kind of cliffhanger ending is annoying.


    11. I liked the Galactic Mage books very much, but this one has perhaps the worst cliffhanger of any book I have read.Don't start it unless you immediately plan to go on to Hostiles, the next in the series. I read the two straight through over two days.And Hostiles wraps up nicely (though the series continues),


    12. Deceit,betrayal,intrigue and Blue FireWhat a novel keeps you guessing through every twist and turn. Magic and science fighting together but their mutual enemy is not what it appears. So many twistsSo many plans what will happen????? Can't wait for next book to read.


    13. The first half of this book crawled. And worse, I didn't like Orli at all. She was so petty and selfish and whiny. I actually stopped reading for a while. But I'm glad I picked it back up. The second half was wonderful. The ending, in particular, was brilliant.





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