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The Cagliostro Chronicles

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In the year 2089 man's first faster than light space flight is about to begin, but where it ends will be filled with action, adventure and the unknown!
The Cagliostro is an experimental space craft which is destined to begin mans first faster than light voyage beyond his solar system and into a greater universe filled with dangerous adversaries, intrigue and a deadly conspiracy set to tear humanity apart!
Join Mark Johnson and his crew of ...
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Overview

In the year 2089 man's first faster than light space flight is about to begin, but where it ends will be filled with action, adventure and the unknown!
The Cagliostro is an experimental space craft which is destined to begin mans first faster than light voyage beyond his solar system and into a greater universe filled with dangerous adversaries, intrigue and a deadly conspiracy set to tear humanity apart!
Join Mark Johnson and his crew of adventurers as they travel beyond our wildest dreams and into a universe fraught with mystery, action and danger!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615854427
  • Publisher: Cosmic Comet Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/22/2013
  • Pages: 282
  • Sales rank: 1,125,341
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.64 (d)

Meet the Author

Ralph L. Angelo, Jr. has written both fiction and non-fiction books, as well as articles for major magazines. His novels include the best selling fantasy novel 'Redemption of the Sorcerer, The Crystalon Saga, Book One', and the sword and sorcery epic 'Torahg the Warrior, Sword of Vengeance.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2014

    The Cagliostro Chronicles is an unabashed hybrid space opera: pa

    The Cagliostro Chronicles is an unabashed hybrid space opera: part Heinleinesque romp; part pulp fiction; part classic
     comic tall tale, with a bit of E.E. Smith thrown in: rich-super-hero-inventor makes his own faster-than-light magnetic drive
     ship, thumbs his nose at dumb government and saves our bacon. The story reads more like a movie than a book, once it
     gets going, having told us what special powers and strengths are present in the crew of this spaceship. The action is very fast.

     The characters are larger-than-life, the style experimental.

     The author knows his strong suit, and plays to it: this maverick, intrepid crew gladdens his heart,
    and this shows in every line. Our hero seems to be the sole owner, or at least driving force, of an
     engineering firm bearing his name. This company can afford to do whatever he may decide, and do
     it better and cheaper that the vast military-industrial complex. Simple story, yes. But you find yourself caring
     that the protagonists succeed, at least in the book's terms. And they do. This is an unpretentious space adventure,
     bristling with the sort of weaponry and prototypes and stereotypes that many sci-fi fans have come to love.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted February 22, 2014

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