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Tarizon: Civil War

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  • Posted January 6, 2014

    Civil war has broken out on Tarizon between the Purists and the

    Civil war has broken out on Tarizon between the Purists and the Loyalists. Each side fights for dominance of various cities, islands, and continents. Political and romantic intrigues are also interspersed throughout.

    This can be read as a stand alone tale, but the first book does help with character development and plot background.

    The narrative is complex and highly detailed with flawed and complicated characters present. Scenery and activities are also detailed giving a unique flair to the atmosphere of this reality.

    Overall, an intriguing read.

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  • Posted July 8, 2009

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    satirical adventures of the exiled Leek on Tarizon

    Seventeen year old Leek Lanzia has found life on Tarizon dangerous yet rewarding after being exiled from his birth planet earth. He is the orb's savior if one can believe an ancient prophecy. In that role, Lanzia leads the mutant Loyalists and their allies against the superior forces of the Tarizon Global Army especially their hovertanks.

    However, various races who have been divided in the past and encouraged to remain split by the ruling elite have rallied around the savior. Soon the Loyalist side has air power that almost matches their foe. Meanwhile still a teen at heart and in other parts of his anatomy Leek tries to rescue his mate, Lucinda.

    The sequel to THE LIBERATOR continues the unlikely but entertaining and satirical adventures of the exiled Leek on Tarizon. He now leads a growing force of mutants and other species n a civil war, but still has issues with raging hormones (though I would like to see more of his raging hormones interfering with his duties and responsibilities) that call for a time out so he can rescue his girlfriend. Once again the underlying message of this fun young adult military science fiction remains at a minimum tolerance for all while the preferable choice would be consensus.

    Harriet Klausner

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