Dance of Destinies

Dance of Destinies

by John Daulton

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Dance of Destinies by John Daulton

The next chapter in the wildly popular Galactic Mage Series has arrived. The adventures of Altin, Orli, Roberto, Pernie and all the rest continue as sentient races from across the stars come together in a Dance of Destinies.

Pernie Grayborn presses on in her march toward becoming an assassin and the instrument of the elves. But that process forces her onto another world, one where she is the alien. Worse, the distance threatens to destroy her chance of realizing her heart's true desire: the death of Orli Pewter and, with it, the chance to marry Sir Altin Meade.

But fate may be helping her with that.

Altin and Orli are in trouble. The newlyweds are trapped on an alien spacecraft in which the laws of nature seemed to have abandoned them�and the laws of magic, too! If they can't escape on their own, it will be up to Roberto and the purple-corseted crew of the Glistening Lady to attempt a rescue. But what can the stalwart Spaniard and a handful of hot chicks do against spaceships that are thirty miles long?

Besides, Roberto has problems of his own. The War Queen has drafted him to do her inter-planetary dirty work, and he finds himself immersed in a universe where the lust for power is rampant and underworld villains plot against seemingly everyone. Greed spans an entire galaxy.

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Dance of Destinies is the fifth book in the Galactic Mage Series. Book six is expected in 2015.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149874019
Publisher: Daulton Books
Publication date: 12/08/2014
Series: The Galactic Mage Series , #5
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 432
Sales rank: 360,968
File size: 6 MB

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Dance of Destinies 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ending something unexpected, a little bit unsatisfying. Just an opinion though.