[[ BOOKS ]] ✸ CassaStar Author Alex J. Cavanaugh – Thegreatwallonline.us

CassaStar To Pilot The Fleet S Finest Ship Few Options Remain For Byron A Talented But Stubborn Young Man With A Troubled Past And Rebellious Attitude, His Cockpit Skills Are His Only Hope Slated To Train As A Cosbolt Fighter Pilot, Byron Is Determined To Prove His Worth And Begin A New Life As He Sets Off For The Moon Base Of Guaard Much To Byron S Chagrin The Toughest Instructor In The Fleet Takes Notice Of The Young Pilot Haunted By A Past Tragedy, Bassa Eventually Sees Through Byron S Tough Exterior And Insolence When A Secret Talent Is Revealed During Training, Bassa Feels Compelled To Help Byron Achieve His Full Potential As War Brews On The Edge Of Space, Time Is Running Short Byron Requires A Navigator Of Exceptional Quality To Survive, And Bassa Must Make A Decision That Could Well Decide The Fate Of Both Men Will Their Skills Be Enough As They Embark On A Mission That May Stretch Their Abilities To The Limit

[[ BOOKS ]] ✸ CassaStar  Author Alex J. Cavanaugh – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 246 pages
  • CassaStar
  • Alex J. Cavanaugh
  • English
  • 14 July 2018
  • 0981621066

10 thoughts on “CassaStar


  1. says:

    I m really glad Alex J Cavanaugh contacted me to review his book, CassaStar.This was a fun tale of friendship and overcoming the odds that I flew through pretty fast With this in mind, it wasn t a perfect book and that s why this review will be divided into The Good and The Bad Very creative I know.The GoodAt first I was really annoyed with the main character, Byron and he, in turn, is annoyed at almost everyone he meets Byron gives off a surly attitude mixed with a cockiness, which quickly I m really glad Alex J Cavanaugh contacted me to review his book, CassaStar.This was a fun tale of friendship and overcoming the odds that I flew through pretty fast With this in mind, it wasn t a perfect book and that s why this review will be divided into The Good and The Bad Very creative I know.The GoodAt first I was really annoyed with the main character, Byron and he, in turn, is annoyed at almost everyone he meets Byron gives off a surly attitude mixed with a cockiness, which quickly becomes understandable to my satisfaction and even relatable as you come to learn about his motives and past.Byron and all characters in CassaStar are from Cassa and Cassans have an innate ability...


  2. says:

    This is a book about friendship set in science fiction world including space battles It contains some unexpected turns and is well done for a debut novel.UPDATE 2011 11 10 Full review including pics and links is available over at Edi s Book Lighthouse.And this is the text only version Today I have the pleasure to present you the review of a science fiction debut novel CassaStaR October 19th,2010 ISBN 13 978 0981621067 by Alex J Cavanaugh Thanks to Dancing Lemur Press for sending me an This is a book about friendship set in science fiction world including space battles It contains some unexpected turns and is well done for a debut novel.UPDATE 2011 11 10 Full review including pics and links is available over at Edi s Book Lighthouse.And this is the text only version Today I have the pleasure to present you the review of a science fiction debut novel CassaStaR October 19th,2010 ISBN 13 978 0981621067 by Alex J Cavanaugh Thanks to Dancing Lemur Press for sending me an unproofed review copy The review is based on this review Click here in case you want to read the official blurb.So...


  3. says:

    I saw that this book was pretty well reviewed on here so I decided to check it out, since I m always on the lookout for some new sci fi.I read almost exactly halfway through before I decided I didn t want to continue, so bear that in mind when reading this review.If I had to describe the novel in a single word I would go with hollow It feltlike reading an outline than a fully flushed out story The characters were one dimensional, boring, and completely unrelatable For instance, Byron, I saw that this book was pretty well reviewed on here so I decided to check it out, since I m always on the lookout for some new sci fi.I read almost exactly halfway through before I decided I didn t want to continue, so bear that in mind when reading this review.If I had to describe the novel in a single word I would go with hollow It feltlike reading an outline than a fully flushed out story The characters were one dimensional, boring, and completely unrelatable For instance, Byron, ...


  4. says:

    As usual, let s look at the technicals first This is easily one of the best edited small or independently published books I ve seen In the top 3, for sure I wouldn t knowspecifically than that without going through those three books and actually counting up the errors, and I m not going to spend the time doing that Although there are a fewtoward the end than in the beginning, except for one consistent misspelling of a word by substituting in a homophone for it, all of the mistakes As usual, let s look at the technicals first This is easily one of the ...


  5. says:

    I was a little intimidated by this book, mostly because I don t read sci fi Like ever But I d heard many good things about it, even from readers like me who don t know the genre, so I thought I d give it a try, knowing full well that I put down farbooks than I keep reading I was wary though, made so by a couple other reviews I guess I went in expecting, maybe even looking for those flaws, for lack of a better word But what I found was something completely different from what I expec I was a little intimidated by this book, mostly because I don t read sci fi Like ever But I d heard many good things about it, even from readers like me who don t know the genre, so I thought I d give it a try, knowing full well that I put down farbooks than I keep reading I was wary though, made so by a couple other reviews I guess I went in expecting, maybe even looking for those flaws, for lack of a better word But what I found was something completely different from what I expected CassaStar is not purely science fiction I suppose if it had been, I would have put it down I d been warned that it wasn t heavy on world building or technology as so many other books in this genre typically are Well, that s a good thing I just can t get into that sort of stuff I suppose that s due to the woman in me rather than the purist reader I want a story that has heart and soul, and CassaStar has both, in ...


  6. says:

    No Spoilers Part space opera, part adventure, and applicable to both young adult and adult readers, CassaStar is the thrilling debut novel by Alex J Cavanaugh, science fiction writer and blogger.Alex has a simple writing style with good flow I found myself quickly caught up in his prose CassaStar is written in multiple PoV, limited to the two ma...


  7. says:

    Alex J Cavanaugh s CASSASTAR is a moving portrayal of sacrifice and friendship set in outer space.Bassa, a senior officer on Guaard, waited for a chance to train a pilot like Byron, an arrogant but highly skilled pilot from the planet Cassa While Bassa keeps an eye on Byron s safety, Byron does everything he can to prove he s the best damn pilot in the fleet With war on the horizon, both men know they have to do their best But when Byron s secret leads Bassa and him to a new ship, they must Alex J Cavanaugh s CASSASTAR is a moving portrayal of sacrifice and friendship set in outer space.Bassa, a senior officer on Guaard, waited for a chance to train a pilot like Byron, an arrogant but high...


  8. says:

    I don t read much science fiction I read memoir, romance, commercial women s fiction, mystery, thrillers, suspense, the list could go on, but, well, not much sci fi Not my thing, whatever a thing is But I really liked CassaStar.Cavanaugh creates a fully developed world with believable characters You take our world and plop it down in the m...


  9. says:

    I liked this story, the characters, the world, the technology, the ships pretty much everything At some points, I felt the motivation behind Byron s and Cassa s actions was not shown adequately, or was not really adequate However, it is possible that a longer story would have been able to show the motivation better.My main issue with this book was tha...


  10. says:

    My Thoughts It wasn t what I expected Not that it was bad In fact, I loved it.Here s what I expected Dune Here s what I got Star Wars And I love Star Wars I haven t read Dune so maybe it s Dune like as well.Why do I like Star Wars Not for the Klingonsoh wait, I mean Wookies, but because of the relationships I wanted Luke Skywalker to get his training from funny speaking Yoda I wanted Leah and Hans Solo to get together Kiss Kiss Kiss And, I think those little Ewoks are so c My Thoughts It wasn t what I expected Not that it was bad In fact, I loved it.Here s what I expected Dune Here s what I got Star Wars And I love Star Wars I haven t read Dune so maybe it s Dune like as well.Why do I like Star Wars Not for the Klingonsoh wait, I mean Wookies, but because of the relationships I wanted Luke Skywalker to get his training from funny speaking Yoda I wanted Leah and Hans Solo to get together Kiss Kiss Kiss And, I think those lit...

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