[Read] ➲ CassaFire ➮ Alex J. Cavanaugh – Thegreatwallonline.us

CassaFire From The Best Selling Author CassaStar Was Just The Beginning The Vindicarn War Is A Distant Memory And Byron S Days Of Piloting Cosbolt Fighters Are Over He Has Kept The Promise He Made To His Fallen Mentor And Friend To Probe Space On An Exploration Vessel Shuttle Work Is Dull, But It S A Free And Solitary Existence The Senior Officer Is Content With His Life Aboard The Rennather The Detection Of Alien Ruins Sends The Exploration Ship To The Distant Planet Of Tgren If Their Scientists Can Decipher The Language, They Can Unlock The Secrets Of This Device Is It A Key To The Tgren S Civilization Or A Weapon Of Unimaginable Power Tensions Mount As Their New Allies Are Suspicious Of The Cassan S Technology And Strange Mental Abilities To Complicate Matters, The Tgrens Are Showing Signs Of Mental Powers Themselves The Strongest Of Which Belongs To A Pilot Named Athee, A Woman Whose Skills Rival Byron S Unique Abilities Forced To Train Her Mind And Further Develop Her Flying Aptitude, He Finds His Patience Strained Add A Reluctant Friendship With A Young Scientist, And He Feels Invaded On Every Level All Byron Wanted Was His Privacy

[Read] ➲ CassaFire  ➮ Alex J. Cavanaugh – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • CassaFire
  • Alex J. Cavanaugh
  • English
  • 16 April 2018
  • 0982713940

10 thoughts on “CassaFire


  1. says:

    An enjoyable read with well drawn leads that takes a while to suck you in but ultimately rises above its faults to provide a compelling and enjoyable read I have not read book 1 in this series So let me say some of my quibbles with it may well not be shared by those who have.The action was well written and Cavanaugh uses some invented SFnal ideas here, including mental powers for two races, one limited to men, the other expanded by the entry of women The developing relationship between the hu An enjoyable read with well drawn leads that takes a while to suck you in but ultimately rises above its faults to provide a compelling and enjoyable read I have not read book 1 in this series So let me say some of my quibbles with it may well not be sha...


  2. says:

    I had a serious issue with this book that somewhat ruined it for me see below , and that was probably exacerbated by what was going on in the news at the time I listened to it.I did really like the parts regarding Byron s friendship with the young scientist Mevine I would rather have read a book that focusedon that, the situation with the local population, and what the scientists were doing.My main problems were with the central romance which I couldn t connect with and therefore wasn I had a serious issue with this book that somewhat ruined it for me see below , and that was probably exacerbated by what was going on in the news at the time I listened to it.I did really like the parts regarding Byron s friendship with the young scientist Mevine I would rather have read a book that focusedon that, the situation with the local population, and what the scientists were doing.My main problems were with the central romance which I couldn t connect with and therefore wasn t interested in , and which I found very problematic Issues of consent in regards to phys...


  3. says:

    I ve been meaning to get to this book for a while, but I haven t had much time to read lately I zipped through it in a couple sittings I don t often read science fiction, but a lot of people I know have been recommending this book, and I m glad I gave it a go.It s actually the second in a series, the first being CassaStar This one picks up twenty years later There s a lot of suspense, action, and some romance Also of note, there is well paced humor here and there which I always enjoy in a n I ve been meaning to get to this book for a while, but I haven t had much time to read lately I zipped through it in a couple sittings I don t often read science fiction, but a lot of people I know have been recommending this book, and I m glad I gave it a go.It s actually the second in a series, the first being CassaStar T...


  4. says:

    Before you ask why I own a copy of a book which will be published next year let me tell you that I received a review copy.Finally I gave five stars My full review will be up in calendar week 51.hen I will explain my rating in detail.For me CassaFirE is definitely the cherry I expected Great characters who are far beyond to be over the top A main character who develop in depth The great idea with mirroring themes the well dosed mixed of action and dialogue Science which does not overstrain Before you ask why I own a copy of a book which will be published next year let me tell you that I received a review copy.Finally I gave five stars My full review will be up in calendar week 51.hen I will explain my rating in detail.For me CassaFirE is definitely the cherry I expected Great characters who are far beyond to be over the top A main character who develop in depth The great idea with mirroring themes the well dosed mixed of action and dialogue Science which does not overstrain...


  5. says:

    If you love stories like Star Trek and Battlestar Galatica, you re going to enjoy CassaFireCassaFire is the second book of the adventures Cassan s pilot Byron, the first book is CassaStar I haven t read the first but I intend to now and this one can be read as a stand alone.CassaFire, for me, was reminiscent of the best things I loved about Star Trek Exploration of new worlds and cultures and the adventures that the characters went on to solve the mystery they were faced with.In Cassafire, If you love stories like Star Trek and Battlestar Galatica, you re going to enjoy CassaFireCassaFire is the second book of the adventures Cassan s pilot Byron, the first book is CassaStar I haven t read the first but I intend to now and this one can be read as a stand alone.CassaFire, for me, was reminiscent of the best things I loved about Star Trek Exploration of new worlds and cultures and the adventures that the characters went on to solve the mystery they were faced with.In Cassafire, reclusive war hero, Byron, has kept his promise to...


  6. says:

    I ve got high expectations about this book The Cassastar s sequel was great as I wanted to before read If you liked the first book of the author you ll love this one too If you didn t read the first book of his, then go and read it Are you still there OK, you can read the Cassafire without any knowledge from the Cass...


  7. says:

    CassaFire is set 20 years after the events of Alex J Cavanaugh s first book, CassaStar Essentially this is a story about friendships and healing as Byron slowly learns to open himself up to others after a terrible hurt Oh, and it s set in a world with space travel, fighter pilots, exploration ships and mental abilities that include telepathy among other things.I immediately fell in love with Byron s passion for flying and his mischievous nature born from a pilot skilled at what he does The ot CassaFire is set 20 years after the events of Alex J Cavanaugh s first book, CassaStar Essentially this is a story about frien...


  8. says:

    Cassa Fire, the second book in the series by Alex Cavanaugh, sees the main character Byron, involved in an exploration of ancient artifacts, found on a planet, whose inhabitants are not yet capable of space flight.The Cassans are surprised to find some of the inhabitants possess the stronger mental abilities than they first thought and begin testing to f...


  9. says:

    Everyone loves a good adventure, and CassaFire by Alex J Cavanaugh delivers on many levels Spaceflight, mental telepathy, alien invasion, scientific discovery, and romance are just a few of the areas explored.The writing is exemplary, the charac...


  10. says:

    I was impressed with this read Mr Cavanaugh s writing is impeccable, his characters fleshed out nicely, and the storyline moves along well I noticed no typographical or grammatical errors in the text.Byron, the MC main character , is a Cassan and former Cosbolt fighter pilot and Vindicarn War hero Now, twenty years later, he transfers passengers cargo via shuttle from an Explorer ship called the Rennather He is emotionally distant, content to do his job and ke...

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