➬ CassaStorm Read ➵ Author Alex J. Cavanaugh – Thegreatwallonline.us

CassaStorm From The Best Selling Series A Storm Gathers Across The Galaxy Byron Thought He D Put The Days Of Battle Behind Him Commanding The Cassan Base On Tgren, His Only Struggles Are Occasional Rogue Pirate Raids And Endless Government Bureaucracies As A Galaxy Wide War Encroaches Upon The Desert Planet, Byron S Ideal Life Is Threatened And He S Caught Between The Tgrens And The Cassans.After Enemy Ships Attack The Desert Planet, Byron Discovers Another Battle Within His Own Family The Declaration Of War Between All Ten Races Triggers Nightmares In His Son, Shaking Bassan To The Core And Threatening To Destroy The Boy S Mind.Meanwhile The Ancient Alien Ship Is Transmitting A Code That Might Signal The End Of All Life In The Galaxy And The Mysterious Probe That Almost Destroyed Tgren Twenty Years Ago Could Be On Its Way Back As His World Begins To Crumble, Byron Suspects A Connection The Storm Is About To Break, And Byron Is Caught In The Middle

➬ CassaStorm  Read ➵ Author Alex J. Cavanaugh – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 268 pages
  • CassaStorm
  • Alex J. Cavanaugh
  • English
  • 20 April 2017
  • 1939844002

10 thoughts on “CassaStorm


  1. says:

    4.5 starsSet 20 years after the events of CassaFire, CassaStorm is aptly named with the story opening with war encroaching on Byron s peace Byron is now commanding the Cassan base on Tgen Cavanaugh s space operas are first and foremost about the characters and this gives his stories realism, relatability and heart CassaStorm is no different, despite the ambitious plot including war between ten races across the galaxy.The book is seen through three different points of view The first is, of co 4.5 starsSet 20 years after the events of CassaFire, CassaStorm is aptly named with the story opening with war encroaching on Byron s peace Byron is now commanding the Cassan base on Tgen Cavanaugh s space operas are first and foremost about the characters and this gives his stories realism, relatability and heart CassaStorm is no different, despite the ambitious plot including war between ten races across the galaxy.The book is seen through three different points of view The first is, of course, Byron He s still the Bryon we remember from the previous books, though slightly softened by age and experience He s exceptionally ...


  2. says:

    The first and most obvious thing to be said about CassaStorm is that it s an obvious effort by the author, Alex Cavanaugh, to expand the universe he established in the previous two books We find out that Tgren does, indeed, havethan one city on it and even get a peek at the other races only hinted at previously And the end provides an explanation for some of the things that haven t made the most sense in the series overall, like the significantly low populations of the races.There are wa The first and most obvious thing to be said about CassaStorm is that it s an obvious effort by the author, Alex Cavanaugh, to expand the universe he established in the previous two books We find out that Tgren does, indeed, havethan one city on it and even get a peek at the other races only hinted at previously And the end provides an explanation for some of the things that haven t made the most sense in the series overall, like the signif...


  3. says:

    Cavanaugh makes world building on the galactic scale look easy He knows how to build on the conflict from the first two books in the series and raise the stakes even higher The stakes affect the entire known universe, but Cavanaugh also makes it very personal Byron is still just as stubborn and private as ever, but he s learned to let those he loves into his mind In this story he s got twolessons to learn, and the last one s a doosey One of the things I appreciate about Cavanaugh s wr Cavanaugh makes world building on the galactic scale look easy He knows how to build on the conflict from the first two books in the series and raise the stakes even higher The stakes affect the entire known universe, but Cavanaugh also makes it very personal Byron is still just as stubborn and private as ever, but he s learned to let those he loves into his mind In this story he s got twolessons to learn, and the last one s a doosey One of the things I appreciate about Cavanaugh s writing style is the fact you could read any one of the books in this series independently of the other and enjoy a good book However, I can promise you that if you invest the time to read CassaStar and CassaFire first, the emotional impact and payoff of CassaStorm will be much higher I can t say enough about the world building in this series Th...


  4. says:

    I have been lucky to get a review copy BEFORE the publishing date.This is thethan worthy end to the Cassa trilogy with an unexpectred revelation at the end.My review will be online on 17th of September 2013 which is the official publishing date.UPDATE 2015 09 02In my review I will answer the question if CassaStorM is the cream on the cherry on the cake or not.All of you, who would like to read the extensive, three parted description the present characters setting please follow THIS L I have been lucky to get a review copy BEFORE the publishing date.This is thethan worthy end to the Cassa trilogy with an unexpectred revelation at the end.My review will be online on 17th of September 2013 which is the official publishing date.UPDATE 2015 09 02In my review I will answer the question if CassaStorM is the cream on the cherry on the cake or not.All of you, who would like to read the extensive, three parted description the present characters setting please follow THIS LINK.All of you who have second thoughts to read the third book in a trilogy without knowing the two previous books should drop their doubts.It is possible to read CassaStorM without knowing CassaStaR and CassaFirE.B U Tyou will definitely miss a lot regarding character development and you will miss entertaining hours with two excellent books.Leap ...


  5. says:

    Alex J Cavanaugh s previous novels, CassaStar and CassaFire, have been compared to the militaristic sci fi novels of Heinlein and with good reason There is definitely a pulp feel to his work in that it s straightforward in the telling, a linear sort of adventure story that hasn t forgotten the wonder and the joy of imagining the future.That same feeling is embraced in CassaStorm but, as an avid genre fan of Alex s generation, I think it s safe to say there are other influences at work as w Alex J Cavanaugh s previous novels, CassaStar and CassaFire, have been compared to the militaristic sci fi novels of Heinlein and with good reason There is definitely a pulp feel to his work in that it s straightforward in the telling, a linear sort of adventure story that hasn t forgotten the wonder and the joy of imagining the future.That same feeling is embraced in CassaStorm but, as an avid genre fan of Alex s generation, I think it s safe to say there are other influences at work as well In terms of story, setting, and spacecraft, there s a flavor of the original Battlestar Galactica series here, as well as something reminiscent of the Buck Rodgers television series with Gil Gerard In terms of people and...


  6. says:

    Alex J Cavanaugh s third installment in the Cassa series soars to new and greater heights, but while it is set in space, the theme is both universal and intimate, that coexistence is essential for survival Since I don t often foray into space opera, it s hard for me to say how this story compares to others within the genre What I can say, having read Cavanaugh s other novels, is that the genre doesn t really matter It s the story that counts, and just like the author s other works, CassaStor Alex J Cavanaugh s third installment in the Cassa series soars to new and greater heights, but while it is set in space, the theme is both universal and intimate, that coexistence is essential for survival Since I don t often foray into space opera, it s hard for me to say how this story compares to others within t...


  7. says:

    I ll be honest I was nervous picking up CASSASTORM to read because I haven t read an adult book in almost ten years and was worried I don t like them any And I wasn t sure I would understand enough of the story since I haven t read the first two books I m happy to say that I was totally engrossed in the story within the first few pages Alex did a great job bringing the reader up to speed on what s been happening And I loved th...


  8. says:

    CassaStorM is everything which a reader could ask for in a science fiction action adventure, and .To portray humanity in all its grandness and in all its frailty is a very difficult task To accomplish this on such a vast a scale is very rare Although I have not read the first two parts of this trilogy, I have become intrigued and involved enough to return to the past two stories of this series.Incorporating and featuring believeable and unique, previously unheard of civilizations and races CassaStorM is everything which a reader could ask for in a science fiction action adventure, and .To portray humanity in all its grandness and in all its frailty is a very difficult task To accomplish this on such a vast a scale is very rare Although I have not read the first two parts of this trilogy, I have become intrigued and involved enough to return to the past two stories of this series.Incorporating and featuring believeable and unique, previously unheard of civilizations and races, which in our world don t truly exist, takes a master author.The author must have a comprehensive understanding of what drives the nature of his characters whether they are human o...


  9. says:

    Seems to me almost like a combination between Prometheus and Ender s Game, insofar as the character who s most interesting is a little boy who ends up helping to solve a civilization s greatest mysteries about its origins.This is the third of Alex Cavanaugh s Byron trilogy, begun with CassaStar featuring the lead character as he enters military service and continued with CassaFire in which Byron meets his future bride and ushers the true start of this particular installment I haven t read t Seems to me almost like a combination between Prometheus and Ender s Game, insofar as the character who s most interesting is a little boy who ends up helping to solve a civilization s greatest mysteries about its origins.This is the third of Alex Cavanaugh s Byron trilogy, begun with CassaStar featuring the lead character as he enters military service and continued with CassaFire in which Byron meets his future bride and ushers the true start of this particular installment I haven t read the previous two volumes, but it s easy enough to figure out wh...


  10. says:

    I m glad I was able to read all three books in the series I enjoyed them immensely If Mr Cavanaugh s books are indicative of the Space Opera genre, I ll definitely be readingof them.Forty years earlier, Byron helped end the Vindicarn War and became a hero in the process But it wasn t without sacrifice and grea...

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