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War and Lies

War and Lies

4 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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PART TWO – CITADEL 7: EARTH’S SECRET TRILOGY

by Yuan Jur

In the second book of the Citadel 7 Superverse saga, war is brewing on the violent world of Tora. But beyond this local struggle, a greater inter-cosmos conflict is about to erupt with control of all existence at stake. Superverse wardens Uniss and Dogg have fought such a war before, but this time they know that their human charge, Ben, is somehow the crux of the impending conflict.
As unseen forces push Tora’s war to its flashpoint, Ben’s own ominous secret stirs, and it’s clearly the key to either victory or complete oblivion for the Superverse.

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Book Information

Book Information

Edition Paperback
ISBN 978-1-987857-08-5
Book Size 6X9
Number of pages 336
Published Date 05-2016
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Reviews (2)

2 reviews for War and Lies

  1. 4 out of 5

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    Interesting and intricate Superverse contains so many possibilities and differences one could never get enough. For a true sci-fi fan, this book has everything one can expect and wish for and a lot more. One problem for me was that it took me quite long to get into the story and get a steady pace in reading. The complicated world establishment, complex characters, tangled relationships and branched plot made me occasionally confused when I took a break in reading for even a day or two.
    One truly interesting point about the book is that you feel like a participant, a character in the story and the storyteller speaks directly to you and telling you about what you have seen and experienced as a protagonist. Unique experience when reading a book.
    Otherwise, very well written and full of adventures and characters’ development. Recommended to all sci-fi fans.

    – Lene, Goodreads Reviewer

  2. 4 out of 5

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    Imagine if the universe that our scientists tell us about was itself a mere quadrant in an impossibly vast realm of existence known as the Superverse.

    – US Reviews of Books

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