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Galactic Warriors (1985)

by David Bischoff

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Another fun space opera romp. These books should definitely be read in order, but they're quick, fun reads, so that's no problem. ( )
  jimmaclachlan | Aug 18, 2014 |
I'm in a special position to write a review because it was my privilege to work with David Bischoff and help him republish this as an eBook with Hotspur Publishing.Book #2 in the series, GALACTIC WARRIORS, is a lot of fun. It's classic space opera, with a kick-ass heroin named Laura Shemzak. She's not only a cyborg, with incredible strength and agility, but she's absolutely drop-dead gorgeous. There is a love interest between her and her brother, Cal Shemzak, but don't get too grossed out by that. Cal and Laura are siblings because they were born from the same Federation cloning vats. Or were they? As the adventure unfolds, you'll need to decide what's true and what's not.Then there's captain Tars Northern, a strapping Space Pirate who is smitten by Laura's beauty and courage. But his first allegiance is to his starship (The Starbow) and his loyal crew. Will love prevail as Tars and Laura fight treacherous forces lurking in both the Galactic Federation and the enemy Jaxdron empire? You'll have to read all the book's in the series to find out.I found it an absolute blast to not only read this book and the others in the series, but to work with David and re-edit the book for today's readers. We made sure all the technologically dependent scenes have been updated, so that after almost three decades out of print, you'll find the ebook version as fresh and fun as ever. It's also fun to read the old paper versions too, just gloss over the parts that don't take your iPad/iTouch/Android wireless world into account :) ( )
  sgarnell | Jul 10, 2012 |
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