Multi-genre, multi-volume author, Garry J. Peterson introduces us to the newest book in his series, “Warriors of the Galaxy”:
EVERY GENERATION HAS A LEGEND . . . Sara didn't start out expecting to change the world. She inherited it from her dad and grandad. But she didn't expect it. For much of her early years, Sara thought her family was pretty weird, and there seemed to be plenty of evidence to prove it.
Her late grandfather Pete Stevenson, maybe the weirdest of all, was an automotive engineer whose hobby was trying to chase down proof of aliens and time-travel all over the world. Incidents through the years seemed to suggest that Grandad had indeed come across compelling evidence that alien presence was real. Informed speculation regarding alien presence had now become irrefutable fact.
For the longest time, Sara didn't think she'd inherited the weirdness gene, but boy, was she wrong. Now Sara Steele has become the Warrior Princess, and together with a strong team of outliers and overachievers, enters an unknown future built on a disruptive present following an inaccessible past.
Here we are, the third volume of a five-volume set. We are going places and fast! The action is really picking up and much of it is not on Earth.
I am loving this story more with each new volume. The dialogue continues to be delightful and the action is plentiful.
Science and scene setting are quite good also. I find no gaps in either. Disclaimer: I am not a rocket scientist or theoretical physicist, nor do I play one on TV.
The characters are really growing on me. Sara has yet to display all of her abilities and powers, there are hints that she has powers that are not fully known. The hints are wonderfully tantalizing.
I am very excited about this series and award five stars to “Warriors of the Galaxy”!
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Tags: science fiction, sci-fi, pyramids, stone henge, Easter Island, time travel, action, adventure, thriller, space, spacecraft, stargate
Here is the link to the review of the previous volumes in this series and we had a good interview also:
I have also reviewed Garry's book about business practices:
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